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Mozambique in June


June is one of our favourite months in Mozambique – it’s wonderful for wildlife viewing and beach activities alike, and the humpback whale migration season begins in earnest.

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

  • Days are clear and sunny, and nights are cool
  • The dry season has started, and there’s little to no rain
  • Temperatures are warm during the day, but dropping at night
  • YZ recommends light layers and something suitably snug for night time.

What are the highlights of visiting Mozambique in June?

  • Dry season brings near-perfect beach weather
  • There are hardly any mosquitoes
  • It’s humpback whale migration season – the majestic mammals depart from Antarctica and make for the warm waters off East Africa, where the females give birth
  • June is fantastic for diving, and also for fly fishing – you can expect to catch barracuda, sailfish, tuna, and wahoo
  • The Feast of St John the Baptist is celebrated on 24th June, on the Quirimbas island of Ibo – participants can enjoy traditional dance, music, and dhow racing
  • Clear conditions across the country create amazing opportunities to photograph wildlife and beautiful beaches alike.

Any lowlights?

  • Mozambique’s month-long summer holiday begins in late June, so it’s advisable to book your accommodation in advance if you plan to travel during this time
  • Some travellers might feel a little chilly at night, or during the north’s breezier days
  • Occasionally the sea can get choppy, which isn’t ideal for diving.

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