Best Time to Visit Loreto for Good Weather

Best Time to Visit Loreto for Good Weather

If you’re thinking about visiting Loreto, Mexico the weather is something to take into consideration. In Loreto, the summers can get quite hot, with temperatures reaching the high 90s with high humidity. However, the winters are comfortable; and it is dry and partly cloudy year-round. Typically, the hottest months in Loreto are July through September (however, these months are great for fishing).

The best time to visit Loreto is in October, when temperatures start dropping to the low 80s and the weather is not as humid as during the summer. Hotel accommodations are always very reasonably priced. In October, expect to pay around $100 per night for a mid-level hotel room in Loreto. Hotel prices peak in January – March at around $130 per night.

Winter is very popular in Loreto as far as tourism goes; the climate is temperate, relatively dry and sunny. If you really don’t like it when it’s crowded, avoid the holiday season, from mid December through early January.

Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 58°F to 95°F and is rarely below 53°F or above 99°F. For more on Loreto, Mexico, see our Best of Loreto report.

Thinking of moving to Loreto? Loreto boasts waterfront properties at a fraction of what they cost in North America. Thinking of moving to this beautiful seaside town? At our company, Momentum Realty, we sell Loreto properties as well as land parcels. Call us at 613-105-4397 or email me at [email protected].

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