September Weather Averages for Playa del Carmen, Mexico

What's the Weather like in Playa Del Carmen in September 

Temperature

Temperatures remain extremely warm in September in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Summer is still in full swing with soaring temperatures, oodles of sunshine, and countless things to see and do around the resort. Playa del Carmen's tropical climate also means that September falls into the rainy season, so there is an increased chance of rainfall at this time of year. Regardless, September is a popular time t...

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    • Temperature Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 32°C 89°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 173 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 3 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 28°C 82°F

    Playa del Carmen Weather for September 2019

    What's the Weather like in Playa Del Carmen in September 

    Temperature

    Temperatures remain extremely warm in September in Playa del CarmenMexico. Summer is still in full swing with soaring temperatures, oodles of sunshine, and countless things to see and do around the resort. Playa del Carmen's tropical climate also means that September falls into the rainy season, so there is an increased chance of rainfall at this time of year. Regardless, September is a popular time to visit the resort to enjoy the last of the summer weather on the pristine beaches.

    Average temperatures at this time of year are around 28°C, but can often rise even higher to 32°C and above during the hotter parts of the day. Thanks to its positioning so close to the equator, Playa del Carmen never sees cold evenings and nights in September, with average low temperatures hardly ever dropping below 24°C. If you are visiting the resort at this time of year, be sure to pack lots of cool, lightweight clothing like t-shirts, shorts, and swimwear, as well as plenty of sun cream, as the Mexican sun is extremely fierce. It is unlikely that you'll need warmer layers, but you can always a thin jumper into your luggage just to be on the safe side.

    Rain

    Playa del Carmen's tropical climate provides the resort with a dry season and a rainy season. Although September marks the end of the summer months and is still extremely warm, there is an increased chance of rainfall. On average, around 173mm falls throughout the month over about 3 days. This means that although there is quite a lot of rain, there is only a small chance that you'll get caught in it. The tropical climate also ensures that when it does rain, it happens in short sharp bursts and leaves glorious sunshine in its wake. It might be a good idea to pack an umbrella and some waterproofs anyway, though, just to stay on the safe side.

    Sunshine Hours 

    As September nears the winter months the hours of sunshine start to diminish. But, thanks to the resort's positioning near the equator, it doesn't decrease by much. In September there are around 9 hours of sunshine per day – loads of time to get out and experience all the cultural attractions and beaches.

    Average Sea Temperatu

    The sea temperatures are still extremely warm in September, languishing at around 28°C – the perfect temperature for swimming, snorkelling, splashing around, and exploring the colourful underwater world that Mexico is so famous for.

    September is a great time to visit Playa del Carmen if you are looking for warm weather, beautiful beaches, and plenty of cultural attractions.

    The Aqualuna Hotel is located slap-bang in the middle of Playa del Carmen, just a stone's throw from the bustling Quinta Avenida. It is surrounded by lush, tropical gardens and boasts a simple, Mexican décor. Rooms are spacious and light, with typical tiled floors, abstract Mexican wall-hangings and artwork, and dark-wood furniture. What's more, the Aqualuna is one of the only pet friendly resorts in Playa del Carmen, which means you don't have to part ways with your furry friend. Guests can enjoy the central swimming pool and tuck into hearty meals at the poolside grill bar, plus there is a relaxing spa area that is dedicated to holistic therapies and therapeutic massages.

    Playa Del Carmen Hotels in September 

    Reef Coco Beach Resort is a luxurious all-inclusive hotel option situated right on the pristine shores of the Caribbean Sea. It is close to the vibrant Fifth Avenue which boasts a range of great eateries, bars, and shops, plus there is a large, free-form pool for guests to cool off in. Rooms offer a garden or beach view, with private balconies that overlook the surrounding scenery, and they are simply decorated in splashes of bright colours, dark wood furniture, and typical, Mexican tiled floors. There are a total of seven bars and restaurants on-site, from upmarket, sophisticated dining experiences to a discotheque and a lobby bar, but all feature amazing views across the beach and beyond.

    The Hotel Eclipse is a rustic hotel set in the heart of Playa del Carmen. Its surroundings of coconut trees and royal palms provide a laidback island atmosphere, and the tropical gardens offer a number of secluded spots to sit and soak up the ambience. The rooms are cosy and comfortable, with tiled floors, colourful bedding, and a selection of Mexican-inspired ornaments. In addition, each room has its own kitchen and dining area, as well as a small lounge space and a balcony with spectacular views. Guests can also enjoy the intimate hotel bar and the exclusive beach club. 

    The Hotel Playa del Karma provides a Mexican-inspired atmosphere with an Italian touch. It defines itself as an ethno-boutique hotel and is situated in the heart of Playa del Carmen, just moments from the popular Quinta Avenida. It prides itself on elegant tranquillity, and the rooms reflect this with their serene, simple design – whitewashed walls, dark-wood furniture and art adorning the walls. Each room has its own private balcony with views over the surrounding scenery, plus there is a secluded free-form swimming pool and a quirky, relaxing lounge area.

    Playa Del Carmen Beach for September 

    Paraiso beach is situated close to the Tulum Ruins, and has been rated as one of the best beaches in Mexico. It is a firm favourite with locals, but is also popular with tourists so it can get quite busy. However, the pristine sands and the crystal clear waters make it worthwhile. There is an unusual bohemian vibe that hums along this part of the coastline, and there are a number of cool, quirky cafés and restaurants in the vicinity, as well as several arty hotspots and craft stalls.

    Punta Allen beach lies to the south of Playa del Carmen on a sliver of land that stretches out into the Caribbean Sea. Punta Allen itself is a small fishing village that basks in the traditional, Mexican way of life and offers a tranquil contrast to the bustling streets and beaches of Playa del Carmen. If you are looking for a peaceful hotspot with long sprawling white sands and shimmering blue waters, then this is the place. The unspoiled scenery is perfect for taking leisurely late summer strolls in, whilst the reef breaks are great for diving and snorkelling. In addition, September marks the migration of the toucans and several colourful parrot species, and Punta Allen is one of the best birdwatching spots in the region.

    Bars and Restaurants 

    La Penita de Jaltemba is an upmarket seafood restaurant located in the heart of Playa del Carmen. The wooden long-tables and laidback atmosphere provide a relaxed, intimate dining experience, plus there is usually a DJ or a live band playing to get everyone in the party mood. Meals begin with a plate of chips and dips, and the menu boasts a delicious selection of fresh seafood, from shrimp stuffed jalapenos and octopus appetisers to marlin in a chipotle sauce.

    If you are looking for a traditional Mexican restaurant then grab a table at Old Burrito, an intimate, rustic foray into the spicy flavours of Mexican food. The cosy interior boasts a design of terracotta colours, lush greenery, and a flurry of handmade crafts and art adorning the walls. The friendly atmosphere is perfect for a relaxed evening, and the menu serves up a collection of sumptuous Mexican favourites, including burritos, beans, tortillas, and shredded pork. 

    The Little Teapot is a small, quirky café centrally located on the main Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen. With over 150 different types of tea on offer and, with flavours like almond cookie, there is something for every taste. The heady scents of tea float around the high-ceilinged, retro interior, and guests can sit outside on the small terrace and watch the world go by. It is not all teas at the Little Teapot, though – the café also serves a selection of other hot and cold drinks, as well as a range of snacks including wraps, sandwiches, and salads.  

    Things to do in Playa Del Carmen in September 

    Animal and nature lovers should visit the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, which is situated close to the famous Mayan ruins in Tulum. The reserve operates under ecologically responsible technologies, and offers visitors the chance to learn about sustainable development in the area as well as sensitive tropical ecosystems. There are a number of on-site activities, including eco-friendly fishing, educational outreach programmes, and a number of short walks and hikes.

    The area surrounding Playa del Carmen is known for its abundance of old Mayan sites and ancient relics. The ancient city of Coba is one of the most popular archaeological sites in the region, showcasing over 6,000 structures and community remains. The grounds are peaceful and historic, plus the surrounding jungle landscape is alive with numerous plant, bird, and animal species that can be explored on an early morning walk.

    Dive enthusiasts and nature lovers might want to visit the famous Great Maya Reef, a tropical and colourful underwater eco-system that is filled with vibrant sea creatures and amazing plant life. The reef forms a picturesque, natural barrier to the coastline, and visitors can venture out to it and explore it via snorkelling or diving, with the chance to get up close and personal with sea turtles, molluscs, fish, and crustaceans.

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