Situated at any altitude, unless you’re coming from an elevated place, you’re bound to feel a little dizzy on arrival. Give yourself a day or two to get acclimatized and then dive into any strenuous sight-seeing you might have planned. The weather in Bogota doesn’t swing into the extremes since it’s at an altitude.
December-March: The dry season of Bogota is also the peak season for tourists. The rain Gods are kind and all the tourist attractions are in business in full swing. Book in advance though and brace yourself for the sheer crowds that you’ll encounter.
July-August: The months of July and August see light spells of shower, not enough to dampen any holiday plans. The crowds are a lot less during these months and the prices are a lot more reasonable.
April & October: It is when the rain comes lashing down, halting life for days on end; definitely not an advisable time to visit Bogota.