Colombia is a vast country of South America, crossed by the Equator in the southern part, and has different types of climate, although in the plains it is hot all year round, and everywhere there are small variations in temperature throughout the year. The main differences are due to the altitude, which affects the temperature, and also to the distribution and the amount of rainfall. In fact, there are arid and rainy areas, grasslands and forests, plains where the heat is stifling and plateaus with a mild climate, pristine coastlines with a warm sea and snow-capped peaks in the Andes. In the tierras calientes, from sea level to about 1,000 meters (3,300 feet), it’s hot all year round, while the tierras templadas at middle altitudes are pleasantly warm, and the tierras frías, above 2,000 meters (6,500 feet), are cool to cold. 


East of the coast, on the slopes at the foot of the Western Cordillera of the Andes, we find Quibdó, which is the rainiest city in Colombia as well as one of the rainiest in the world. Here, annual rainfall reaches as high as 8,000 mm, ie 8 meters (or 26 feet)! Heavy downpours occur almost daily, and cloudiness forms in late morning and persists in the afternoon, however, if you want to venture into this region you can choose February and March when it rains for “only” 22 days per month, with “only” 520 millimeters (20.5 in) of rain per month… otherwise, if you’re looking for strong emotions, you can choose August, when 840 mm (33 in) of rainfall, so it practically rains in a single month like it does in an average rainy city in an entire year. In fact, Quibdó is the rainiest city of a certain size in the world (in some mountainous areas of India, where it rains, even more, there are only villages and small towns).
Here is the average precipitation. 


The temperatures in Quibdó are high throughout the year, and the air is constantly moist. Here are the average temperatures. 

Min (°C)232323232323232323232323
Max (°C)303030313132313131303030
Min (°F)737373737373737373737373
Max (°F)868686888890888888868686



Look at Bahia Solano, then make a line to Nuqui in the south and a line to Jurado in the north. Then connect Jurado to Nuqui with an arch, compass, and draw a line. All the land in that area is available to grow Durian Fruit.