What is the best time to visit Namibia for your private vacation? Our destination experts share an overview on the seasons and when to go.
The climate in Namibia is distinguished separately within its vast landscapes – from the deserts in the west and east, to the fertile north. The Namib Desert is particularly dry, and the Kalahari Desert rains a bit more. The daily temperatures vary from 25°C to 33°C. At night, on the other hand, it can be really cold, especially in winter between May and September. Within a few hours, temperatures drop by more than 20°C.
The Atlantic Coast, on the other hand, is cool in the summer due to the cold Atlantic Ocean, and is often cold, even in winter. Fog gives the already surrealistic skeletal coast a ghostly flair. The Caprivi Strip is the most precipitous area in Namibia, and is a location where you can visit jungle areas during your Namibia vacation. In Central Namibia, on the other hand, it is warm during the day, and cool at night. The weather here is determined by the altitude (1000-1600m).
Here is an overview.
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