Queen Elizabeth NP- Weather & Climate Queen Elizabeth NP Safaris
Climate chart Queen Elizabeth National Park – 910-1,350m / 2,986-4,429ft
* Averages based on 50 years of monthly climate data, taken from 1km2 (0.39mi2) interpolated climate surfaces.
© chart & park data: SafariBookings. © climate grid data: WorldClim project. All rights reserved.
- January & February – Rain should still be expected even though this time of year enjoys dry weather, in general. Rains can even happen for days at a time.
- June & July – There is a slight potential for rain during these months, the driest months. Daytime temperatures average 28°C/82°F, and nighttime temperatures average 15°C/59°F.
- March, April & May – Rain peaks in April during this time of increased rainfall. Temperatures are pleasant (around 28°C/82°F) in the later afternoon and cooler (16°C/61°F) in the morning. Roads can become impassable and trails used for chimp tracking get slippery.
- August, September, October & November – This time of year is similar to March through May, with rain peaking in October.