In Salinas, the wet season is warm and overcast; the dry season is comfortable, windy, and partly cloudy; and it is oppressive year round. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 62°F to 82°F and is rarely below 58°F or above 85°F.
What is the coldest city in Ecuador?
No one can prove you wrong. One thing we do know though, Mt Cayambe, near Quito, Ecuador is the most interesting cold place in South America, it has a daytime average of 2 degrees celsius and an overnight average of -10 C and lies almost directly on the equator.
What city in Ecuador has the best weather?
Situated directly on the equator, the country enjoys 12 hours of direct equatorial daylight 365 days a year. “The best weather in Ecuador is up in the mountains in towns and cities like Cuenca, Otavalo, Vilcabamba, and Quito,” says InternationalLiving.com’s special projects editor, Dan Prescher.
What is the weather like in Ecuador year round?
Average daytime high temperatures range from 84 to 91 °F (29 to 33 °C), while nighttime lows fall to between 68 and 75 °F (20 to 24 °C). As elevation increases, temperatures drop fairly predictably at a rate of about 9 to 11 °F (5 to 6 °C) for every 3,300 feet (1,000 metres).
Is Ecuador warm all year round?
Most of Ecuador has mild temperatures year-round. In the highlands of the Andes, the temperatures are usually cooler. The average temperature in Quito is in the mid-60s Fahrenheit (17 – 18 degrees Celsius).
Is Ecuador a poor country?
Ecuador is a middle-income country with an economy highly dependent on oil and export agriculture. Almost one quarter of the population in Ecuador lives in poverty, most of them in rural areas. The rural poverty rate, at 43 per cent in 2018 , is almost triple the urban rate (15,9).
Is it expensive to live in Ecuador?
Ecuador is one of the least expensive countries in the world in which to live. Everything from the price of real estate and rent to the cost of hiring a full-time maid and dinner out is lower. And you won’t have to forego First-World conveniences in major cities like Quito, Guayaquil, and Cuenca.