The primarily dry season makes this a perfect time for a Mexico vacation. Even though technically it's mid-winter, the country enjoys gorgeous sunny days across the land. Whale-watching in Baja California peaks from January to March. Beach activity is at an all time high, on both coasts. Temperatures start to pick up April onwards, but it is still a great time to travel to the Yucatan, Mexico City and all the charming colonial towns.
May, June and July tend to get wet with regular showers, but they are mostly restricted to late afternoon, and hence do not pose a hindrance to travel. If you enjoy less clutter and crowds, better prices, and do not mind the humidity, these shoulder months can make for a perfectly good vacation.
Hot, stiflingly humid and mostly wet would describe this season. The Pacific Coast sees rainfall that is almost like a monsoon i.e perpetually rained out, and the Gulf Coast is going through its legendary hurricane season. Best avoided,
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