The most crowded period is the time
between Christmas and the first few days after Carnival. Therefore,
it is also the most expensive period. In July and August,
there is a European season, but it is not as crowded as January.
Long Brazilian holidays also tend to mean a larger influx
of tourists. From September to December, the weather is very
pleasant and there are few people on Morro
de São Paulo.
Hot and humid. Temperatures range between
The historical average in °C, from 1960 to 1990, month-to-month
The maximum temperature rarely exceeds 30° C (86ºF)
The minimum does not go lower than 21°C (70ºF)
It rains more often during the months from April to June (graph
It is also more clouded during the same season (in tenths)