Philip is a renowned Africa expert and author of many Bradt guidebooks to African destinations, including the guide to Mozambique.
Philip is a renowned Africa expert and author of the Bradt guidebook to Mozambique.
Philip is the author of the Bradt guidebook to Mozambique.
July to October, during the Dry season, are the best wildlife viewing months. The bush has thinned out and animals congregate around permanent water sources. October is very hot, though, and best avoided if you don’t like the heat.
Best TimeJuly to October (The bush is dry and animals are easy to find)
High SeasonJune to October (The park never gets busy)
Low SeasonNovember to May (The park closes from mid-December to end of March)
Best WeatherApril to August (It is cooler and it hardly ever rains)
Worst WeatherNovember to March (Hot and wet weather)
May to October–Dry Season – Winter
Best time for wildlife viewing
Sunny skies with little rainfall
Risk of malaria is minimal
Although this is the high season, the park never gets busy
The sky is very hazy and the bush looks parched
October is unbearably hot
There is a chill in the morning air from May to August