Being somewhat covered by the Namib Desert, one of the world's driest deserts, Namibia's atmosphere is wonderful and dry lasting through the year. With around 300 days of sun for every year and various things to see and do depending upon the season, there is no ‘wrong’ time to visit Namibia. While choosing when the best an ideal opportunity to head out to Namibia is, you will need to take account of the nation's climate.

While environmental change is changing weather patterns all around the globe and no speculation of the weather will remain constant at all the times, there are still a few forecasts to be made. We set up a little guide for you to discover when the best an ideal opportunity to venture out to Namibia is, so you can begin dreaming about your future adventures in the in the spirit of Namibia.

High Season: July to October

The dry cold weather months are generally regarded as the ideal opportunity to travel to Namibia for game viewing. However you must know that as it is peak season, accommodation rates and visitor numbers will be higher.

Low Season: December to April

The wetter summer months are the ideal times to make a trip to Namibia for birding and to see infant creatures. As it is low season, rates and visitor numbers are lower during this time.

Shoulder Season: April/May and September/October

During shoulder season you may outwit the two universes: Lower costs, moderate temperatures, practically no precipitation, green scenes and a lot of creatures.

Winter (Dry Season): May to October

The dry cold weather from June to October are also an ideal opportunity to head out to Namibia for safaris. During the dry season, water sources are evaporating and creatures need to go to the excess waterholes, making wild life simpler to spot. Particularly Etosha and Sossusvlei get a great deal of guests during Namibian winter. Fortunately, the nation is huge. A few parks can, in any case, feel somewhat crowded during high season.

Want to see some staggering night skies? Then this might be the best time to explore/travel to Namibia. The skies are clear, there is essentially no downpour and it's sunny. Moreover, the danger of malaria is at its lowest during the dry season. In any case, you will feel that it is winter in Namibia: It gets very cold around evening time and in the mornings. Henceforth, it is fitting to pack some comfortable garments for your initial morning game drives when you travel to Namibia during June, July, and August. You ought to plan for higher number of explorers at well known sights, and furthermore consider that rates may be higher as it is top season from July to October.

Summer (Wet Season): October to April

Summer in Namibia can get extremely hot, particularly in the months from November to February. During the hot Namibian summer months, beach front towns like Swakopmund are famous objections. Here you can cool off in the sea and watch states of flamingos.

Wet season isn't the best an ideal opportunity to go to Namibia for game review as wild life now find water everywhere and spread around the parks, making it  hard to spot natural life. This is the best an ideal opportunity to go to Namibia in the event that you need to see the nation's view flawlessly green and blossoming. Namibia's downpours are generally short, limited showers in the early evening. Typically, the skies immediately after.

Our tip: The best time to travel to Namibia or go on an adventure if already in the country is during ‘shoulder season’

Our favorite time to travel to Namibia is the 'shoulder season'. During April and May, when the late spring temperatures are beginning to cool down and the scene is green from the downpour/rain, you can encounter Namibia's wonder without crowds. Etosha is green and grassy, and you may even now discover wildflowers on the desert ridges. In the event that you need to do the Fish River Canyon climb, this is the best an ideal opportunity to go.

Similarly, in September and October, the evenings are not too cold any longer and the rain haven't showed up yet, making it the best an ideal opportunity to investigate Namibia's desert scenes. Moreover, it is dry to the point that game accumulates around waterholes, making it simple to spot untamed life. The shoulder season in Namibia offers wonderful climate, less travelers and better costs.

In the event that you need to ensure that you pick the best an ideal opportunity to make a trip to Namibia or explore the beautiful motherland. This blog is here to assist you with all the uncertainties you may have around your next outing and to guarantee that it will be full of experiences that change the manner in which you see the world.


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