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Namibia in March


Namibia enters the latter part of its wet season in March, with opportunities to see young animals and plenty of migratory birds.

What’s the weather going to be like in Namibia in March

  • Days are hot, with fairly high chances of rain
  • March is at the end of the wet season, and slightly less hot than February
  • Daytime temperatures are often over 30

What are the highlights of visiting Namibia in March

  • Availability of properties is generally good
  • Rates are relatively low
  • Towards the end of the month, the amount of rain tends to decrease
  • There are a lot of young animals following the calving season
  • Many migratory birds can be seen
  • Young animals make for a beautiful subject for wildlife photographers

Any lowlights?

  • March can be busy if Easter falls during the month
  • There tends to be less to see on game drives – animals have no need to cluster around scarce water sources while there’s so much water across parks and reserves
  • There are still some mosquitoes about
  • Vehicle safaris in Etosha National Park are much better during the dry season

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