Caracol, Belize: What to pack, what to wear, and when to go [2022]

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Traveling to Caracol, Belize? If you're planning to go to Caracol, we've got some important information about when to go, what to wear, and what to pack.

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About your travel guide

Hi! I'm Dev. I've traveled all over the world and in my travels, I have made many packing lists. In this series, my team and I have compiled the most useful information, as well as things we couldn't live without, to help you plan your trip.


When to go to Caracol, Belize

Based on the climate and weather in Caracol, the best time to go is February. See below for details.

Important essentials for Caracol, Belize

Here are some general tips on what to wear in Caracol, as well as several items to remember to pack when traveling there.

IMPORTANT COVID-19 ESSENTIALS

Other health necessities


  • Emergency water purifier

    Some areas may have potentially unsafe tap water, so it's useful to bring an emergency water purifier like this one.


  • Travel first aid kit

    This one is a great kit.


  • Emergency rapid COVID-19 test

    U.S. residents can get them free here. Otherwise, you can buy them here.


  • Emergency motion sickness relief

Don't forget these

Activities for Caracol, Belize

Here are some activity recommendations and activity-specific packing tips for Caracol.

What to wear/what to pack for Caracol, Belize by month

Already know when you're traveling?

January

If you go to Caracol in January, you will notice that it is a perfect temperature. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the high 60s F (low 20s C).

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February

February for Caracol is warm. Temperatures average in the low 60s F (low 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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March

If you are traveling to Caracol in March, you will notice that it is pretty consistently hot. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the low 70s F (low 20s C).

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April

April in this region is hot. Temperatures average in the 70s F (mid 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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May

Traveling to Caracol in May, you will notice that it is extremely hot. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the high 70s F (mid 20s C).

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June

June here is pretty consistently hot. Temperatures average in the high 70s F (mid 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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July

July in this region is hot. Temperatures average in the 70s F (mid 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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August

Traveling to Caracol in August, you will notice that it is pretty consistently hot. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the 70s F (mid 20s C).

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September

September for Caracol is pretty consistently hot. Temperatures average in the 70s F (mid 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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October

October for Caracol is hot. Temperatures average in the low 70s F (low 20s C), with daytime temperatures significantly higher.

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November

Traveling to Caracol in November, you will notice that it is warm. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the low 70s F (low 20s C).

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December

If you are traveling to Caracol in December, you will notice that it is a perfect temperature. Average temperatures (including nighttime) are in the low 60s F (low 20s C).

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