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Namibia in November


November is shoulder season month, characterised by changeable weather – clear skies, cloudy skies, and even thunderstorms – amidst wildlife highlights such as desert elephant and rhino in Damaraland and Twyfelfontein.

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

  • It’s an unpredictable month, featuring clear skies, rolling clouds, and thunderstorms in turn
  • November is a shoulder season, approaching the rains yet still dry at times
  • Temperatures become very hot

What are the highlights of visiting Namibia in November

  • Availability of properties is better than in earlier months
  • Prices drop following the dry season
  • Desert elephant and rhino tracking in Damaraland and Twyfelfontein is an easy activity this month, as both species congregate on the riverbeds
  • Before the rains come, animals cluster around scarce water sources
  • Vast flocks of flamingo gather in Walvis Bay, staying until February
  • Where vegetation remains sparse, there’s good visibility of many animals
  • The changing skies of November are perfect for some dramatic photography

Any lowlights?

  • Where temperatures can soar over 30 degrees, it might feel too hot for some travellers
  • Mosquitoes start to appear with the rains

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