What’s the weather like in Riviera Maya in July?
The hot Riviera Maya weather in July lets you relax along the vast, sandy beaches or by your pool in brilliant Mexican sunshine. The tropical Caribbean climate will see showers though and you’ll need a waterproof jacket during July in the Riviera Maya.
The Riviera Maya’s a famous stretch of Mexican resorts to the south of Cancun. It includes Tulum, Playa del Carmen and Puerto Aventuras. Even though it’ll be very hot along the Riviera Maya in July and with brief showers, the cooling sea breeze from the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico will keep you refreshed. Further inland, away from the golden beaches, the temperature can rise by a few degrees.
Along with May, June, August and September, the weather in Riviera Maya in July is the hottest all year. The average high temperature’s an incredible 33°C on the warmest days, dropping to an average of 29°C. At night, it should be a comfortable 21°C. The sea will be around 28°C throughout the month. You’ll need to take sunblock and water with you when you’re exploring the Riviera Maya in July, because the UV and humidity levels are very high. There’s an average of 192mm of rainfall over 12 wet-weather days. The sunshine levels are very impressive. On average, the sun will shine for ten hours each day and will rise at 6.15am and won’t set until after 7.30pm.