Find out about the Punta Cana weather forecast here before you decide to travel and visit. Isn’t it frustrating to prepare so much and end up getting your vacation spoiled by a bad weather? You have saved money for some months and slimmed down to wear your sexiest bikini only to get caught in a hurricane during your holiday break. How cool is that?
The best time to be in Punta Cana is from March to May when the peak season seeps away from the city. It’s a pocket-friendly time for vacationers with a tight budget. I don’t want to put a hole on my pocket, so I've decided to visit Punta Cana next March.
You know that the Dominican Republic is suffering from the upshots of the hurricane season as well as other countries in the Caribbean. The tale of such a disturbing condition runs from June to November. If you don’t want to end up battling with serious tropical storms dropping 40 inches of rain, put aside the country’s rainy season.
Don’t apply for a vacation leave and travel to Punta Cana during the months December to February. Lots of tourists come from North America during that time, which means that accommodation is quite expensive. However, if you insist and want to celebrate Christmas and New Year there and you’ve got enough funds to shoulder the pricey destination, book your tickets now and get ready to fly.
To save a little, it pays to make reservations at least six months before the desired travel date. The Punta Cana weather is expected to be warm during February. It’s a perfect time to witness the Carnival and participate in the Master of the Ocean event.
During the months, March to May, there will be lesser crowds. Special deals on accommodations are plentiful. This is an ideal time to quit wearing thick coats, and leave bulky jackets behind. Take a break from the cold weather. Experience sunshine by coming to Punta Cana. Fly in March to catch up with the Santo Domingo Music Festival.
Watch out for the months of June to November, where the hurricane season falls.
But for a risk-taker like me, the terrible Punta Cana weather cannot get in the way. Take a trip and come to Punta Cana! There are actually two festivals to be held within those months. One is the Merengue Festival that will last from July to August. The other is the Dominican Republic Jazz Festival that happens in November.