This page is the weather resource you need to plan you Nuevo Vallarta trip. We have included average high temperatures and average low temperatures for each month as well as average rainfall in inches. If you want rainfall comparison, Grand Rapids, Michigan has around 3 inches of rainfall per month and San Diego, California averages 1.7 inches in the winter months and .1 to .2 inches in summer months.
The Nuevo Vallarta area is a very popular place for a beach vacation or golf vacation or reading vacation or... you get the idea. Investigate the weather tables we have prepared for you and you will understand why. There are over 300 days of sun each year. There is a lot of rain in August and September, but it tends to come in big dumps, not the perpetually gray skies that we are used to in Michigan. For the other ten months of the year you are nearly guaranteed good weather. And no, you can't get your money back if it rains :-) You just need to find a palapas, have a pina colada or a Miami Vice (pina colada and strawberry daquiri half and half) and by the time you finish it's back to sunshine. Another bonus is being on the Pacific side where hurricanes are quite rare. We rent to hundreds of people in June , July and October because there is less rain and a really small chance of a hurricane. So whether you want to sit by the pool with a book or explore all the Puerto and Nuevo Vallarta have to offer, the weather Vallarta makes it likely to be absolutely perfect.
* Temperatures in Farenheit, Rainfall in inches
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Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta en Español