Southern Africa

Seasons in Swaziland

Swaziland is the small kingdom with total monarchy sandwiched between RSA and Mozambique. Climate of the country is transitional between subtropical and tropical. Annual amount of precipitation varies from 500 mm (20”) to 1400 mm (55”) depending on location. Average summertime temperatures are between 20 and 24 °C (68-75 °F). Winter temperatures are 12-15 °C (54-59 °F). October is the hottest month. Once in about 20 years it is even snows here.

Seasons in Madagascar

Weather conditions in Madagascar are related to tropical monsoon type of climate. Thus change of seasons here is expressed in changing of directions of winds and amount of precipitation rather than in temperature. There are dry season with nominal period between May and October and rainy season which lasts from November to April.

Seasons in Mozambique

Climate of the northern regions of Mozambique is similar to equatorial and southern portion of the country has tropical trade-wind type of weather conditions. Rainy season lasts from November to May. Droughts and devastations tropical cyclones are frequent.

Seasons in Zimbabwe

The climate in Zimbabwe varies from subequatorial in the north to tropical in the south. In the south-western regions of the country and in the lower regions in south-eastern Zimbabwe, the climate is a warm steppe.

Seasons in Angola

Regions distant from the ocean have equatorial trade-wind climate with pronounced dry and rainy seasons. In central regions of the country rainy season lasts from October to May. Amount of precipitation at this season reaches 1500 mm (59”). Dry part of a year is between June and September inclusive. September and October are the warmest months. Temperature in plain areas reaches 29 °C (84 °C) and on plateau (90% of territory of the country) it is 22 °C (72 °F). At cold June and July temperatures in plains and highlands are 22 °C (72 °F) and 15 °C (59 °F) respectively.

Seasons in South Africa

South Africa (officially the Republic of South Africa or abbreviated to RSA) has always been one of the most beautiful places on the planet. This is a country where almost no end to the attractions you can see each person, as the variety of landscapes and activities here are limitless.

To keep you busy here are twenty national parks, safaris in two steps from an unprecedented variety of fauna of the African continent, train travel on the historic trains, the infrastructure for a number of sports and many other things.