The climate of the Department of Quindío is very varied, mainly due to factors such as latitude, altitude, orientation of the mountainous reliefs, winds, etc. The distribution of the rains is conditioned to the displacements of the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), the relief and the atmospheric circulation. The months of maximum amount of rain occurs in two seasons between March to May and September to November, the periods of lowest rainfall are January to February and June to August. The average temperature ranges between 18º and 21º C suitable for the growth of coffee in all its phases. The lands are included in the flat terms temperate, cold and bioclimatic páramo.