Climate in Tambopata in January
If you want to make a trip to the wonderful destination of Tambopata it is important that you know some relevant data about the climate that you will find in this place, as you may already know this destination belongs to the Peruvian Amazon region of Madre de Dios, This Amazon region is well known for having frequent rains throughout the year but with slight variations within the rainfall throughout the month you can distinguish a slight variation that is considered within the annual cycle as the rainy season and dry season, depending on the season in which you decide to travel you may find a variety of animals to observe during your visit, so take into account the season in which you plan your trip.
In this article we will discuss the climatic conditions that you will find in this destination month by month, very important data such as temperature or wind speed, your experience will not be greatly influenced by the weather you will find on your visit but these characteristics will be of greater relevance to decide what to pack and take on your trip to the Tambopata National Reserve.
Tambopata weather in January.
What is the average temperature in January?
The average temperature you will find in Tambopata National Reserve during the month of January for an average day ranges from a high of 28°C (82°F) to a low of 23°C (73°F). This climate is commonly described as pleasantly warm, humid but cool.
How much does it rain in January?
In Tambopata National Reserve during the month of January, there is an 83% chance of rain on any given day. And on the average day that it does rain, you will have 0.52 in (13.1 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms some would describe it as moderate rain.
How cloudy is Tambopata National Reserve during January?
The average time that the sky is clear and sunny, considering the partly cloudy skies in January is 4.4 hours (18% of the day).
When does the sun rise and set during January?
The average day in Tambopata National Reserve during January has 12.8 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 6:21 AM and sunset at 7:09 PM.
How humid is January?
In January, Tambopata National Reserve is very humid with an average of 93% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool.
What is the wind speed during January?
Historically, the wind in Tambopata National Reserve during January blows at an average speed of 7.7 km/h (4.8 mph).
What should I bring if I travel in January?
With an average high of 82°F (28°C) and a low of 73°F (23°C), it usually feels pleasantly warm, humid but cool. There can also be a good chance of rain.
With this in mind, most people decide to dress in something very light, such as a sleeveless shirt, and complement it with a raincoat or poncho and boots for walking in the mud.
something very light, such as a sleeveless shirt, and complement it with a rain jacket or rain poncho and boots for walking in the mud.
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