Most of the countries on our itineraries offer warm, sunny days and cool nights. Rainfall generally occurs during summer (November through March), although in the southwest, around Cape Town, rainfall occurs in winter (June to August).
Kruger, Mozambique, Vic Falls, Chobe, Namibia and Tanzania offer an extremely pleasant climate for most of the year. With almost all year-round sunshine, it can get rather hot in the summer months (October to March) averaging 95ºF.
The lowveld is less forgiving in the swelter of summer afternoons, with towns such as Phalaborwa are known to reach 113ºF. Generally, however, visitors to the Kruger National Park area can expect temperatures around 95ºF in summer.
Winter is typical of the interior highveld plateau. A sunny season of chilly, early mornings (50ºF), warm middays (75ºF), dry afternoons and cool to cold nights (50ºF).
In general, the weather of Africa will greet you with a hospitable display of sunshine and reserve.
On our main page you will find the current weather at our lodge.