Playacar Weather August Averages, Mexico

    Playacar Weather for August 2022

    What's the Weather like in Playacar in August

    Playacar, a luxury resort located in Mexico, enjoys all the attractions and nightlife of the Playa del Carmen area, most of which is within walking distance. But, it prides itself on being a quieter and more luxurious setting, with many adult-only accommodations. The weather in August is hot to put it mildly, just like most of the Riviera Maya area. The average daily temperature goes up to 28°C (around 82°F).

    The lows for this area drop to 25°C (about 77°F), still warm for the evening and overnight hours. The average high temperature rises to a hot 32°C (about 90°F), making for some steamy days when combined with the higher humidity. Bring along the summer clothes, including short-sleeve shirts and shorts, to stay cool. Also pack some high-SPF sunscreen to protect your skin from the blistering sun and opt for accommodation with air-conditioning included.

    The sun shines around 10 hours a day during the month with an 8 percent chance of a sunny day. The chance of a windy day is only 3 percent, so those high temperatures and humidity won't be helped much by ocean breezes.

    The summer rains continue, and will do so until the end of the rainy season in November. August typically sees around 150 mm of rainfall, falling across 13 days. The chance of rain on any given day is 24 percent and the chance of a cloudy day is 16 percent. Bring that umbrella or poncho and if you forget, visit a local shop to find one.

    The ocean temperature rises even more this month, up one degree from July. The average sea temperature is 29°C (about 84°F), almost approaching feeling too warm if you want to cool off from the hot air. In between rain storms, take advantage of the warm water to swim, look for seashells or just relax on the sand.

    Playacar Hotels in August

    Riu Playacar

    The Riu Playacar has lots to offer families with three swimming pools, children's swimming pool with slides, access to free sun loungers and umbrellas, and kids' playground. All the rooms come with air-conditioning, minibar, satellite television and some of the rooms also have a private balcony or terrace. Upgrade to the Junior Suite and get a bathroom with bidet, living area with sofa bed and a separate dressing area.

    Sunset Fisherman Resort

    Located directly in the community of Playacar, the Sunset Fisherman Resort offers a private yacht club, swimming pool, gourmet dining options, tobacco and gift shop, and laundry, car rental and babysitting services. Daily activities to keep you entertained include yoga, aqua aerobics, watersports, cooking lessons, trivia contests and bicycle riding tours. With only 62 rooms, the resort is private and intimate. Room options include studio, one and two-bedroom suites.

    Playacar Palace

    If romance is on your itinerary, the Playacar Palace has 200 suites with double whirlpools and 24-hour room service so you won't ever have to leave your room. You'll want to though to enjoy the hot August weather and all the amazing amenities the hotel offers like outdoor pool with swim-up bar, solarium, spa, beach volleyball and non-motorized watersports. The all-inclusive package includes access to three restaurants and four bars for all your meals and snacks.

    Beach in Playacar for August

    Main Beach

    One of Playa del Carmen's most popular beaches, the main beach stretches from the southern ferry dock to the north pier. Go ahead and jump in the water, as the August ocean water averages 29°C (about 84°F), nice and warm for kids and adults alike. This is a popular beach for sand volleyball and soccer and also offers convenient access to a plethora of restaurants, bars and shopping options. 

    Bars and Restaurants

    La Vagabunda

    Serving what it calls "Mexican food with a twist", La Vagabunda invites guest to dine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The unique restaurant is made of grass huts and offers indoor and outdoor dining to enjoy the amazing Playacar weather. The menu includes scalloped beef or chicken, seafood enchiladas, fish and chips, barbeque, filet mignon, pork ribs and the fish of the day.

    100% Natural Restaurant

    Part of a chain of restaurants found throughout Mexico, 100% Natural Restaurant has a menu full of organic and all-natural breakfast, lunch and dinner choices. Catering to those with a gluten-intolerance, the restaurant also has gluten-free options. The extensive menu has sandwiches, salads, pastas, seafood, eggs, fruit and yogurt parfaits and desserts. You can even order a glass of wine, beer and beer cocktails.

    Nikkori Sushi

    Nikkori Sushi has a chic setting to enjoy handmade sushi. Throughout the week, you can take advantage of various specials like two-for-one sushi rolls and sushi combo platters. With its convenient, downtown Playa del Carmen location, Nikkori is a great choice for a romantic date night or fun night out with friends. 

    Things to do in Playacar in August


    Even if the weather is a little rainy, you can still enjoy a day trip to Tulum, a traditional Maya walled city located just 40 miles down the coastline. The fascinating history of the Maya civilization can be discovered here, and one of the most famous Maya structures still standing, El Castillo, is located here. Many tour operators in both Playacar and Playa del Carmen offer excursions, including Bambu Tours.

    Aqua Excursions

    Book a fishing trip with Aqua Excursions and catch your own dinner. The excursions include a trip on a 46-foot fisherman boat to catch barracuda, snapper, grouper, tuna, mahi mahi, mackerel, tuna and wahoo. The trips last anywhere from four to six hours. You also get access to all the fishing gear you need, including bait, and drinks. If you want to bring along your own food or drinks, that's fine too.

    Punta Venado Mountain Bike Park

    The more adventurous visitors to Playacar will love the Punta Venado Mountain Bike Park. Here, beginner and advanced riders will enjoy over 16 miles of groomed cross-country trails. The trials travel through jungles, along the beach and next to picturesque cenotes. If you want to check out the trails before you get there, the website has trail maps for you to plan out your routes.

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