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You like it hot? Then you will love the weather in Nicaragua. Like in most tropical countries, the Nicaraguan climate is divided into a dry season and a rainy season. Temperatures in the lowlands are high throughout the year, and a bit cooler in the mountains of the north.
The Ecuador climate boasts a multitude of micro-climates across four distinct zones. And while Ecuador doesn't have seasons in the traditional meaning of the word, you can still experience all of them in one day. Find out why in our overview.
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