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Uvita during green/rainy season - should we go??

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Has anyone been to Uvita at the very end of July/ beginning of August? We were planning to go but have heard from a few people to avoid it during rainy season. Costa Rica is supposed to have a mini-dry season during those weeks but I'm not sure if it's in some places more than others. From what I understand all of Costa Rica will be a mix of sun and tropical showers so I'm not sure if Uvita will be any diffferent.
Can anyone comment from experience?
Thanks!

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