Summer in Namibia (November to January)
Daytime temperatures in December and January (the hottest months) reaching 40°c and higher.
If self-driving, take care when crossing riverbeds at this time of year as rains can cause flash floods.
Temperatures are cooler on the coast.
Autumn in Namibia (February to April)
Slightly cooler and there is still the chance of rain, especially in inland regions.
The weeks after the March rains are good for bird watching.
Winter in Namibia (May to September)
Days are warm but nights are cold.
Temperatures can often be as low as freezing at dawn and you'll need warm clothes.
May and June are good months for wildlife viewing, as the bush is sparser and the dry weather encourages animals to gather at waterholes.
On the coast the weather is cool and often foggy from late afternoon to early morning.
Spring in Namibia (September to October)
Trees and plants come into leaf and the days are much warmer.
Mornings and evenings can still be cool.
In October there are often warm, sunny days with mild evenings.
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