This is Panamas dry season, and hence the optimum time to visit. Expect dry days, clear skies and unwavering comfortable temperatures.
This is Panamas second season, the wet one, where it rains once a day, every day, but for never more than an hour or two. That hardly impacts tourism, but hotels will be easier to find, and activities not so booked out.
The only month of the year when international tourism really eases off. Many national holidays in the month make this a busy time for locals who fill up hotels. Many operators take a break from their otherwise busy year and it can rain almost all day; a time best avoided, if possible.
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