The climate in the Sacred Valley of the Incas is variable because it includes altitudes ranging from 2200 – 2800 meters above sea level, which is why it has a climate that varies during the day between 20 ° C to 25 ° C and in the afternoon can vary between 8 ° C to 10 ° C. This climate is partially the same throughout the year.
The climate is divided into two seasons which are the winter season and rainy season, each with a duration of months that go as follows:
Winter season that goes from the month of May to August in this period that includes the mentioned months the daytime climate can vary between 20 °C to 25 °C arriving in afternoon schedules feeling cold sensations that can vary up to 8°C.
In this season is highly recommended a stay of tourism or visit to the Sacred Valley of the Inkas to present a pleasant climate of temperate climate and to be able to perform different entertainment activities and sports.
Rainy season or also called rainy season that goes from the month of November to March in this period that includes the mentioned months the weather during the day can vary between 20 ° C to 25 ° C arriving in the afternoon to feel cold sensations that can vary up to 10 ° C.
In this season there are rains that are typical of its season with rains that can last all day so it is recommended to all visitors to always have an umbrella, rain poncho or warm clothes for the rains that occur suddenly during their stay of tourism or visit to the Sacred Valley of the Inkas, but what you can see in this season is to see the entire Sacred Valley take a green color from its corn plantations to the mountains that form the Sacred Valley showing a green color that will leave you fascinated.
Recommendations about the climate in the Sacred Valley of the Incas
The climate of the Sacred Valley of the Incas has different altitudes and we recommend the use of sunscreen as well as the use of mosquito repellents to better enjoy your visit or your stay in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.