With such hot and humid weather throughout the year, people can be forgiven for slowing down in Belize. Temperatures hardly vary between the coolest part of the year (December to March) and the hottest (May to September). There are, however, distinct wet and dry seasons. The wet season runs from mid-May to November in the south and from mid-June to November in the north. November to February is a transitional period, with the year's coolest temperatures and a limited amount of rain. The true dry season is from February to April (which also brings an extra hour or two of sunshine) - highs hover around 30°C (86°F) and humidity is as thick as a Creole accent, so you might as well spend your days snorkeling.
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One-Bedroom Sea View Suite, Reduced rate
Ramon's Village is a sanctuary nestled in a tropical garden of royal palms, bougainvillea, lilies, hibiscus and dozens of other types of tropical flora.
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