Average temperature: from 65 to 95 Fahrenheit degrees. The wet season is from January to April (in Esmeraldas) and from January to June (in Guyas and Manabi) with heavy rains (more than in the south) and humid heats. The dry season is from May to December (in Esmeraldas) and from July to December (in Guyas and Manabi).
Average temperature: from 60 to 85 Fahrenheit degrees. Wet and warm season: from December to April. Cold season or “Garua”: from September to November, fog, drizzle, Humboldt cold stream, wind.
Average temperature: 70 – 95 Fahrenheit degrees. The year is composed by rain periods and warm periods. The less rainy period is from October to December and the rainier period is from June to August.
Average temperature: 60 to 65 Fahrenheit degrees (up to 3000m) From October to May: wet and rainy season. From June to September and December: dry season. The better period to go climbing is from June, July and August (but windy)
Take spring-fall clothes, hat or cap, cup and gloves (for the mountains), swimsuit, beach towel, raincoat, pull or fleece jacket, walking shoes or sneakers, sandals, sun glasses, high protection sunscreen, mosquito repellent, eventually, binocular, camera, small backpack.
Synthetic or polypropylene clothes. Hat or cap, sun glasses, sporty sandals or snickers, light shirts and pants (which dry fast), pullover, rain gear, mosquito repellent, cream to cure bites, small waterproof backpack, flashlight, shorts, swimsuit, bath towel, vitamin B complex (which repel mosquitos), camera.
Take spring and summer clothes: sandals, snickers, camera (waterproof), swimsuit, bath towel, tee-shirts, shorts, sunscreen, long sleeves tee-shirts, sun glasses, small pullover for the night, hat or cap, wind coat, vitamin B complex