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If you are planning a trip to Colombia then you need to take a few things into consideration. The weather in Colombia varies according to the region of the country that you are in. In the northern part of the country and along the coast you can expect warm temperatures and tropical conditions. You should also brace yourself for a rainy season between May and November. Generally the temperature does not vary that much throughout the country because Colombia is fairly close to the Equator, but you will find that there are variations according to altitude. In the upland regions and in the mountains it can be much cooler. Occasionally there will be nights when it is freezing here.
In the city of Bogota the conditions are like those of spring weather, where the days are a little cooler and the nights are slightly cooler still but when it is sunny the temperatures can rise quite a lot. If you are heading into the Amazon region be prepared for warm yet wet weather!
December to March and July and August are generally the driest months and are considered by most visitors to the country to be the best time to take a trip there. If you want to hire a car to tour the country then it is better to avoid the times when you might get caught in a storm as it can make driving conditions difficult in some parts of the country.
Unless you are going to be spending a lot of time at higher altitudes then you are never going to need heavy winter clothing here but waterproofs are a good idea, particularly if you are going to be hiking in the Amazon area.
You might also be wondering which language you should use when you visit. It is good to know that English is an official language of the country – if you are in the San Andrés or the Providence Islands - although most people in other areas use Spanish on a daily basis. There are some areas where it will be difficult to find English speakers so brushing up on a few basic Spanish phrases will be useful. If you are going to use your Colombian car rental to explore areas off the beaten track you need to be aware that there are more than 80 different languages and dialects in use so chances are you are going to hear one of these at some point.