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Amazon rainforest weather is characterized by a lot of rain annually, which allows for much of the green plant life and the diverse wildlife in the rainforest to thrive. The bio-diverse rainforest is spread out between four countries which are Brazil, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru.
The countries that host the Amazon rainforest in South America offer a unique perspective of this incredibly vast tropical rainforest. In addition, the weather conditions open up different ways to explore the Amazon jungle.
Brazil’s Amazon weather is often rainy, from halfway through December to halfway through May. During this high water season, heavy winds result in heavy rainfall around the central Amazon. This central Amazon region features the Black River (Rio Negro), which is the largest black river in the world situated in Manaus.
The lower water seasons run from June to December in the Brazilian Amazon. The average temperatures range between 85°F to 95°F (29°C to 35°C) during the day with temperatures cooling down as low as 75°F (23°C) at night.
Peru’s Amazon weather features microclimates in some areas of the jungle, with rain showers and sunshine in different parts of the jungle at the same time. The Peruvian Amazon has two distinct ecoregions separating it, which are the “Down Forest” (Selva Baja) and the “High Forest” (Selva Ata).
The Down Forest in the Amazon has a warm climate with temperatures that average at 82ºF (28ºC) and humidity levels of up to 75%. The High Forest is situated at higher altitudes along the eastern slopes of the Andes, ranging between 1300 ft and 3300 ft (400m and 1000m) in elevation. This elevated region experiences slightly cooler temperatures than the Down Forest.
The Amazon rainforest in Peru experiences the most precipitation from November through to April, with 80% of the region’s rainfall occurring during this period. The temperatures during the wetter season are relatively low and range between 62°F (17°C) to 90°F (32°C), dropping to as low as 45°F (7°C) on some occasions.
The wet and dry seasons of the Amazon rainforest allow for different activities. Rainforest lodges offer incredible tours, such as night canoe trips. These night-time trips provide an opportunity to discover nocturnal animals and other species. The large forest cover has much to explore at any time of the year.
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Why not explore the Amazon Rainforest with us? We offer a variety of tours that cater to all interests and budgets. Our experienced guides will take you on an unforgettable journey through one of the most biodiverse places on Earth.
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