Costa Rica is a natural gem, celebrated not just for its rich biodiversity and lush landscapes, but also for the astonishing climatic diversity found within its microclimates. Throughout the year, the country experiences two primary tropical climate seasons: the dry season (December-April) and the rainy season (May-November).

Furthermore, across the nation, various microclimates provide different experiences within short distances. This diversity allows every visitor the opportunity to discover an ideal place to stay in this beautiful country.

What are the microclimates?

Microclimates are specific localized areas with unique climate conditions, differing from their surrounding environment. These differences are influenced by factors like topography, vegetation, proximity to water bodies, urbanization, and other geographical and environmental elements.

Microclimates can exhibit variations in temperature, humidity, wind speed, and other climatic parameters in comparison to the general climate of the surrounding region. Understanding these factors is crucial for grasping the complexities of various microclimates.

Explore the microclimates in every Nativu area!

As we have seen, each area has something special to offer. Knowing this in advance can be a determining factor when investing in a property. If you are interested in buying, selling, or renting properties in Costa Rica, please do not hesitate to contact us.