the best time to travel to ITACARE

Itacare is a Bahian destination near Ilheus.

Its land distances are: 37 miles/60 Kms from Ilheus; 248 miles/400 Kms from Salvador da Bahia and 714 miles/1150 Kms from Rio de Janeiro.

Ilheus is a top tropical northeast beach destination. Itacare region comprises some of the world's best resort beaches.

Best time of the year to visit Itacare

Itacare is a tropical beach destination, with pleasant weather and beach activities all year round.  

December to March is the high season; entertainment opportunities and music are at their peak. Air temperature will be high, but it rains a lot less than in May, April or June, and humidity is a relatively low levels

The April to June period is generally humid and with high temperatures. That’s not the best time to go to Itacare.

Air temperatures in July, August and September will be lower, though pleasant enough: 73-82ºF/23º-28ºC. October and November are typically low season tourist months, but temperatures will increase (especially in November). Hotels prices will be lower than in the summer months (July and August may have higher hotel prices, associated with the arrival of many American and European tourists).

As to sea water temperatures, they will not be a problem whatever the month. They will be in the 77ºF (25º C) - 82ºF (28º C) range.

For more clues on humidity, rain and temperature, see Best time of the year to visit Salvador.


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Travel attractions: surfing, scuba diving, rafting, natural swimming pools, Atlantic rainforest.

Ilheus Airport (IOS), 2 miles/4 km away from Ilheus.

Nearby travel attractions
Salvador da Bahia, Porto Seguro, Morro de Sao Paulo, Ilheus, Comandatuba.

Itacare is known for its 5 stars hotels. Some of its best are Itacare Eco Resort and Blue Tree Village Itacare Villas de Sao Jose.

Ilheus Airport (IOS), 2 miles/4 km away from Ilheus and 39 miles/64 Kms away from Itacare.

For more information on Itacare and Bahian coastal travel attractions:
Brazilian tropical beaches with music and exoticism
Brazilian isolated tropical resorts