Cumanacoa, Venezuela: What to pack, what to wear, and when to go [2022]

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Traveling to Cumanacoa, Venezuela? If you're planning to go to Cumanacoa, I have 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 Cumanacoa, Venezuela

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

Important essentials for Cumanacoa, Venezuela

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

COVID-19 ESSENTIALS FOR 2022


  • Travel insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage

    Cases are climbing again, and areas are returning to lockdown. If you or a companion get COVID-19, you may be stuck with no way home -- but travel insurance can protect you. Learn more about COVID-19 and travel insurance


  • Kids' KN95 masks

    N95 masks are not available for kids. These are a good alternative (and can also be used by adults if N95 masks are not available).


  • Touchless thermometer

    A touchless thermometer is important to have.

  • (U.S. Residents) Telehealth COVID-19 test for entry to U.S.

    U.S. residents still need a certified COVID-19 test to return home, but it can now be via Zoom. Learn more


  • A vaccine card protector

    Vaccine cards frequently become worn. An unreadable card can cause severe consequences. This vaccine card protector helps avoid that.


  • N95 masks

    These N95 masks provide the best level of protection available.


  • Travel disinfecting wipes

    Use these to sanitize plane and hotel surfaces.


  • Hand sanitizer

    This hand sanitizer is a good plane-friendly choice.

General health necessities


  • Emergency water purifier

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


  • Travel first aid kit

    This one is a good value.


  • Emergency motion sickness relief

Don't forget these

What to wear/what to pack for Cumanacoa, Venezuela by month

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January

January for Cumanacoa is pretty consistently hot, very hazy and dry with little rain. Temperatures average in the low 80s F (high 20s C) during the day.

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February

Traveling to Cumanacoa in February, you will notice that it is extremely warm, somewhat hazy and dry with little rain. Expect it to rain sometimes. Daytime temperatures are in the low 80s F (high 20s C).

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March

March in Cumanacoa can be very hot, very hazy and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures average in the 80s F (low 30s C) during the day.

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April

If you visit Cumanacoa during April, you are likely to see that it can be sweltering, extremely hazy and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures tend to hover around the 80s F (low 30s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the high 70s F (mid 20s C). Humidity is generally between 70 and 80% during the day.

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May

If you visit Cumanacoa during May, you may see that it is constantly hot and somewhat hazy. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 80s F (low 30s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the high 70s F (mid 20s C). Humidity is generally between 70 and 80% during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain occasionally.

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June

In June, Cumanacoa is extremely hot, somewhat rainy, somewhat stormy and somewhat hazy. Temperatures routinely are in the 80s F (low 30s C) range. At night, lows are in the high 70s F (mid 20s C). This is also a rainy time for Cumanacoa, with several of the days of the month having rain. In June, humidity reaches as high as 80%.

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July

July in Cumanacoa can be sweltering, somewhat rainy, somewhat stormy and somewhat hazy. Temperatures average in the 80s F (low 30s C) during the day. It rains regularly.

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August

In August, Cumanacoa can be very hot, somewhat rainy and very stormy. Temperatures routinely are in the 80s F (low 30s C) range. At night, lows are in the 70s F (mid 20s C). This is also a rainy time for Cumanacoa, with several of the days of the month having rain. In August, humidity reaches as high as 80%.

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September

In September, Cumanacoa is extremely hot, somewhat rainy and very stormy. Temperatures routinely are in the high 80s F (low 30s C) range. At night, lows are in the 70s F (mid 20s C). This is also a rainy time for Cumanacoa, with several of the days of the month having rain. In September, humidity reaches as high as 80%.

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October

If you vacation in Cumanacoa during October, you may see that it is consistently hot and very stormy. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 80s F (low 30s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the low 70s F (low 20s C). Humidity is generally between 70 and 80% during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain regularly.

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November

November for Cumanacoa is consistently hot, somewhat rainy and somewhat stormy. Temperatures average in the 80s F (low 30s C) during the day. It rains 5-10 days this month.

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December

December in this region is hot and somewhat hazy. Temperatures average in the low 80s F (high 20s C) during the day. It rains 5-10 days this month.

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