When winter arrives in North America, summer springs upon Jacó. This dry season runs from January through April. Average monthly temperatures in Jaco reach their lowest point in October, around 79 F degrees, and their highest in March at 83 F.
September and October are the rainiest, most humid months. The mountainous jungles surrounding the town can be as much as 10 degrees cooler than the beaches.
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This beautiful Costa Rica resort is nestled between the warm waters of the Pacific and a 1,100 acre tropical rainforest.
There are more than 100 restaurants in Jacó, offering authentic local cuisine, international fare including Indian, Argentinian, Japanese and Italian, vegan and vegetarian menus plus unique wine bars and pop-up supper clubs. There are new spots springing up all the time as additional chefs head for the sunny hills of easy-going Jacó.
The country’s rugged beauty and spectacular natural wonders provide the perfect setting for rejuvenating health and wellness retreats. Visitors will find a splendid array of yoga, meditation and surfing retreats throughout the year in Jacó and other breathtaking Costa Rican towns.
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