Since Manaus is located in the Amazon Basin, the weather is humid for the better part of the year interspersed with rainfall; the afternoon showers in particular are a regular show! The average temperature of Manaus ranges between 97-81 degrees (Fahrenheit).
There’s hardly any winter as such in Manaus, so there are essential two seasons you need to worry about- the monsoon and the dry season. From December to June, the rain Gods are more than kind on this Amazon basin and the rain knows no bound. Considered to be the off-season for tourists, for those who want to exploit the reasonable rates and want a taste of some typical Amazonian weather, this is the ideal season for you.
The peak season is Manaus’s dry season, or their summer. From mid-June to December, the rains take a back seat and let the sun take the number one spot. Even though the summer is here, don’t step out without an umbrella. The dry season is perfect if you want to get the best of the Amazon in terms of sightseeing. The monsoon leaves in its wake, a trail of beautiful sceneries and lush green vegetation. Make your reservations early to avoid the peak season rates.