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Thanks to Colombia’s location near the equator, the regional temperatures of most of the country remain stable and comfortable year round (it hovers around 75 degrees Fahrenheit).
With Cartagena’s proximity to the ocean, the average temperate is a balmy and humid 88 degrees, but it can dip into the high 60s and 70s at night. The coast brings some wind and rain during the rainy season, so it’s advised to always pack a light jacket.
The best times to visit are probably January through March, however, it’s also the most popular — so there will be more crowds to sort through.