The Idea of “Rainy Season” for many conjures up unending days of torrential rain. While we can definitely have torrential rains they are typically short lived and far apart. A typical rainy season day is bright sun filled mornings with some clouds building up into the afternoon. Sometimes it will rain late in the afternoon or in the evening. It is an incredibly nice time to be here. It is slightly cooler, much greener and fewer people. The jungle is alive with wild life and it is wonderfully peaceful. We do get big rains but they are hard to predict and usually are a result of major weather such as hurricanes in the gulf. While we do not get hit by hurricanes on the Osa, we can definitely get hit by the rains that are associated. Generally this happens two or three times a year, when it happens is anybody’s guess.