Panama has a tropical climate. Temperatures are relatively high and vary little throughout the year. During the day in Panama City, temperatures range between 24° C (75.2 °F) and 29° C (84.2° F). In the Pacific, temperatures are usually lower than in the Caribbean. In the highlands and mountains, temperatures are usually lower. For example, in the highland towns of Chiriquí like Boquete and Volcán, temperatures reach 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Panama City: The weather is hot (31° C) ranging between 80 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
Highlands: The climate is cooler (23° C) staying between 65 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.
Beaches: The climate is hot (31° C) ranging between 80 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
The mild climate of the mountainous area is characteristic of the areas with highest elevations in the province, and can be fully enjoyed in Cerro Punta, Volcán and Boquete. In these areas the rainfall is abundant, raining almost nine months a year, which helps make the climate more pleasant in this region. The diversity of climates makes Chiriquí one of the most productive provinces of the country. The coffee and oranges grown in Boquete are considered among the best, along with strawberries from Cerro Punta.
The climate is tropical humid in the lower areas, and temperate and very humid in the mountainous regions.
The lowest average temperatures in the province are around 22 º C in the highlands of the Andes; whereas the highest average temperatures, around 27 ° C, are in the lower elevations.
Los Santos Province
The province of Los Santos has a tropical savanna climate A wi?. As such, on the coasts we can find premontane dry forest, premontane rain forest and tropical dry forest. However, this situation does not prevent microclimates from being established in the highlands that correspond to other environmental conditions, as can be seen in the cases of Canajagua and Cerro Hoya.
The climate in the province of Herrera is varied, and one can encounter humid or temperate climates. You will feel a more temperate climate in mountainous areas such as Cerro de Tijera, Cerro de Rock, Cerro Largo, Cerro del NUCO and La Loma.
Wetter weather will be felt when traveling across the plains of Santa María and Ocú, as well as in nearby areas by the coast such as the city of Chitré.
We will find a large lowland area in the relief of Cocles Province, which has an arid climate. The central mountain range of the isthmus extends towards the north of the province, where the climate is also arid in some places, and humid in others. Broad rivers cross these territories, whose waters originate from the mountains and on the south side of the knot of Anton Valley.
With a tropical humid climate and natural diversity of flora and fauna, this region is identified by the waters the Atlantic Ocean offers us to allow entry through the Panama Canal. A Duty Free Zone and port for cruise ships invite us to enjoy a tour of the crossroads of colonial landscapes on a summer afternoon.
Darién is a very wet and rainy region. This factor, along with a scant population, is crucial for the conservation of its fauna and flora; it is one of the most ecologically diverse regions of our entire planet.
Its jungle, declared a Biosphere Reserve and National Park, is also known as the Darién Gap or the Panamanian Amazon. This is the biggest park in Panamá and the second largest in Central America. In addition, it provides a biological corridor where typically tropical species can mix with northern Nearctic species.
Bocas del Toro Province
Climate:The climate of Bocas del Toro is hot and tropical with a typical temperature of between 30 to 35 degrees Celsius and a minimum temperature of 18 degrees. This very humid tropical climate extends across almost the entire province; however, in the highlands the climate is temperate