As you would expect for a resort in the Caribbean, the consistently warm average sea temperature means that you can go swimming, snorkeling or scuba diving at any time of the year. The sea temperature is at its coldest during the dry season, when it averages at 26°C during February and March. The sea temperature is at its warmest during the wet season, when it averages at 29°C between August and October.
Spring Weather in Punta Cana
April-May. The idea of seasons in Punta Cana’s does not really apply to the traditional spring, summer, autumn and winter known in many others cold countries. The weather in Punta Cana can be best described as falling into either the wet or dry season. However, similarly in the months we know as spring, the temperatures in Punta Cana also start to increase gradually. Between April and May the average temperatures begin to creep up to 27°C. The wet season also kicks in at this time when the average rainfall for these two months is between 71-85mm.
Summer Weather in Punta Cana
June-September. The wet season continues in June and all the way through to November in Punta Cana. As well as seeing most of the yearly rainfall. Temperatures during the wet season are the highest of the year. June to September sees an average temperature of 28°C, made up of daily highs of 32°C and nightly lows of 24°C. The highest temperature ever recorded in Punta Cana in the wet season is 39°C, which was registered in September. Since the rain falls in brief but heavy tropical downpours, you still get plenty of sunshine throughout the wet season.
Autumn Weather in Punta Cana
October-November. Average rainfall in these months is high at 110-116mm, but will offer relief from the blasting heat, with afternoon highs reaching 30-32°C. Average sea temperatures are particularly high at this time of year at 28-29°C.
Winter Weather in Punta Cana
December-March. The winter in the cold countries translates to Punta Cana’s dry season – in effect, their summer. The dry season lasts from December to the end of May and this is the most popular time to visit Punta Cana.
The start of this season arguably sees the best weather of the year, as temperatures are slightly cooler and more comfortable. Temperatures are at their lowest in January and February, with daily highs of around 29°C and daily lows of around 21°C, creating an overall average temperature of 25°C. The highest temperature registered in Punta Cana during the dry season is 36°C, which was recorded in both March and April. On the other hand, the lowest temperature registered in the resort during the dry season is 13°C, which was recorded in January. Located on the island’s east coast, Punta Cana is in a perfect location to benefit your once in a lifetime experience holiday, come to visit us.