What’s the weather like in Punta Cana in July?
Located on the eastern coast of the Dominican Republic, the Caribbean resort of Punta Cana has a tropical climate with warm weather all year round. In July the island’s especially hot and sunny, with the occasional downpour bringing relief from the daytime heat. At night temperatures dip slightly, but it’s still beautifully warm and ideal for exploring the resort, dining at the local restaurants, or enjoying a refreshing cocktail in a vibrant beachside bar.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Punta Cana is 28°C, reaching highs of 32°C in the afternoons. With such strong sunshine and hot weather, make sure you apply sun cream regularly, seek shade and stay hydrated. Around 90mm of rain is expected across four wet days in July, but showers are usually heavy and short-lived. The Caribbean waters are a balmy 28°C this month,
perfect for swimming, snorkelling or even scuba diving.