On the same latitude as the Hawaiian islands, Punta Mita offers a near-perfect climate – boasting more than 340 days of sunshine per year. The bay at Punta Mita creates a microclimate – featuring cooling breezes in the summer and shelter from harsh Pacific winds in the winter.
Summers are sunny, with an increase in humidity during the rainy season, between June and October. At that time, thunderstorms often make their way over the mountains from Puerto Vallarta, reaching Punta Mita in the late evening. The rain typically ends by early morning, permitting outdoor activities in the sun for the majority of the day.
Winter months are generally warm, sunny and dry, with comfortable nights.