Brilliant blue skies and gorgeous days mark these months, making it the perfect time to visit. Over Christmas, New Year and Easter, the crowds and prices may spike, so planning early is crucial. There may be intermittent rain, but nothing that will impact your holiday at all.
There is typically no transition from Peak to Low. Guatemala enjoys only two seasons. It's either one or the other.
Technically the rainy season, but most of Guatemala is still open for travel, at lower prices and with lesser crowds. Afternoon showers can be expected like clockwork, but lasting only a couple of hours. It is only in lowland areas around Lake Tikal that humidity spikes, and the rains are incessant enough to hinder travel because of washed out roads.
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