Colima has a tropical climate that is usually hot and moist. Rainfall is more prevalent in the summer months as compared to the winters and the average temperature is usually around 25 degree Celsius. There are hardly any major variations in the mercury throughout the year.
Dry Season: November to May is the dry season when Colima hardly gets any major precipitation. Most of the months are dry, although humidity is present.
Wet Season: Months of June to October receive the highest amount of rainfall with August getting the maximum precipitation.
The best time to visit Colima and its famed beaches is during the Dry Season months of November to May. Virtually no rainfall will ensure that your fun at the beach is not spoilt in between.