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La Paz

Subtropical high altitude climate fluctuating between 5ºC and 20ºC. The rainy season extends from December to March. During the rest of the year it is generally cold in La Paz and on the high plateau, dry and without appreciable precipitation. The subtropical “Los Yungas” area is hot.

Santa Cruz

The climate ranges, according to the geographic zones, from warm to cold in the west and warm to hot as one descends toward the tropical plains. The local climate is hot with relative humidity.

Cochabamba

It is cold in the mountains, temperate in the southern mountain valleys and from warm to hot in the eternal snows of the Andes, cold to temperate at the mountain fringe on the northern flank of the Andes; mild to hot in the northern Yungas (warm valleys), hot in the north and hot in the southeast. In the southeastern area, which enjoys the department’s lowest rainfall, it is dry and hot.

Chuquisaca

The temperature in the valleys to the north, center and southwest is mild, while in the northeast and east, it is hot.

Tarija

In the west, it is mild and cold, in the center, temperate, and in the south and east, hot.

Oruro

This department has a polar climate: cold and dry in the rough high Andean plateaus and cold in the high Bolivian plains.

Beni

This department has a moist tropical climate.

Pando

The entire department is tropical and hot.

Potosí

This department has a cold dry climate that is temperate in the valleys. One of the coldest areas is the Uyuni salt flat, where the temperature regularly drops to 20ºC below zero.

 


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