San Jose is located at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Baja California is part of the Sonora Desert area and San Jose's coast line is in between the Pacific Ocean and Gulf of California or Mar de Cortez. The combination of desert vegetation with the blue ocean and palm trees is unique and breathtaking.
Over the last years, with climate conditions changing everywhere in the world, May has become a great month to visit us, it's warm during the day and it cools down at night, sea temperature is great and the crowds from the high season can be avoided. Great hotel and airfare deals can be found during this month.
Rain season comes together with the hurricane season, from July through September thus most of the rain in the area is caused by hurricanes.
From January through April, Gray whales come to Baja to spend the winter and give birth. Whale watching is a great plus in winter time.
The coldest months of the year are January and February; temperatures can drop to 10Â°C (50Â°F) at night. During the day the sun shines and the sky is blue with temperatures that can go from 20Â°C to 24Â°C (68Â°F to 75Â°F).
While visiting San Jose in summer, wear light clothing and a hat, drink lots of water and use sunscreen. If you are trying to get a tan, do it gradually to avoid painful sun burning. Average summer temperatures are 30Â°c to 35Â°c c (85Â°f to 95Â°f) during the day, dropping to 20Â°c to 24Â°c c (68Â°f to 75Â°f) at night. From August through September temperatures may reach 40Â°c. c (104Â°f)
So if you don't mind the heat, take advantage on the good deals hotels offer in the low season and enjoy the more relaxed summer, and if you are looking for a bit of sunshine during a cold winter and love to be in the buzz, come in the winter and you may find yourself swimming with whales!
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