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Mozambique in July


This is an excellent time to visit, whether you go on safari or head out to the coast to enjoy watersports, fishing trips, or the humpback whale migration season.

What's the weather going to be like in Mozambique in July?

  • Days are clear and sunny, and nights are cool
  • July is a dry season month, with a very pleasant climate overall
  • Day temperatures are warm
  • Light layers are a must, along with snug nightwear.

What are the highlights of visiting Mozambique in July?

  • The country’s dry season is the best time to visit Mozambique
  • Properties are common rated in Mozambique
  • There are hardly any mosquitoes
  • It’s humpback whale migration season – the majestic mammals leave Antarctica and enter the warm waters off East Africa, where the females calve
  • Keen anglers can enjoy seriously good fly fishing, catching barracuda, sailfish, tune, and wahoo
  • July is excellent for sightseeing on Ilha de Moçambique and Ibo Island, and within capital city Maputo
  • The country’s clear conditions provide outstanding opportunities for photographing wildlife and beautiful beaches alike.

Any lowlights?

  • July’s summer holidays make for a busy month, so it’s a good idea to book accommodation well in advance
  • Nights are verging on the chilly side
  • The beaches of North Mozambique can be windy.

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