Quiet neighborhood, pool house, total freedom, 4km from the center with pto. Bus in front of house, 60km from the Chapada dos Guimarães and 40 for Patanal, TV (satellite) or MegaCubo (internet), parking, weekend can follow (Guide). I'm very open, especially with foreigners. We need to meet, share experiences and maybe hosting.
Under the Köppen climate classification, Cuiabá has a tropical wet and dry climate. Cuiabá is famous for its searing heat, although temperatures in winter can arrive sporadically at 10 degrees, indeed atypical, caused by cold fronts coming from the south, and that may only last one or two consecutive days, to then return to usual heat.
The average temperature in Cuiabá is around 22.5 °C. The climate is tropical and humid. Rainfall is concentrated from September to May, while the rest of the year the mass of dry air over the center of Brazil rainy inhibit the formations. The cold fronts when dissipate the heat associated with the smoke produced by fires set at the time, does the relative humidity drops to very low levels, sometimes below 15%, increasing cases of respiratory diseases.
The average annual rainfall is 1469.4 mm, with maximum intensity in January, February and March. The mean maximum temperature reaches 35 °C, but the absolute maximum can reach 40 °C in warmer months and muffled; on rainy days, the maximum temperature is only 28 degrees.