Punta Mita is warm all year, with tropical temperatures; however, evenings and early mornings in the winter can turn quite cool. Summers are sunny, with an increase in humidity during the rainy season, between May and October. Rains come almost every afternoon in June and July, and are usually brief but strong—just enough to cool off the air for evening activities. In September, heat and humidity are least comfortable and rains heaviest.
The Punta de Mita peninsula is generally about 5-10 degrees (F) cooler than the Puerto Vallarta area, and also less humid, due to the constant sea breezes across the peninsula.