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Malawi in June


This is the first month of dry season, and the start of the most popular times to visit – all lodges are open and offering plenty of things to do.

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

  • Days and nights are pretty hot, but it’s less humid than during earlier months of the year
  • It’s the first official month of dry season
  • Temperatures are at their lowest of the year
  • Don’t forget to pack lots of layers for cool evenings!

What are the highlights of visiting Malawi in June?

  • All Malawi’s lake lodges are open now
  • You can enjoy the full range of activities on the lake – diving, snorkelling, kayaking, and more – in addition to relaxing on the shore
  • There are virtually no mosquitoes
  • Combine your holiday with a safari in Zambia, and you’ll enjoy comfortable conditions, increasingly reliable wildlife sightings, and the beginning of walking safari season across Zambia’s national parks.

Any lowlights?

  • Rates are on the rise
  • Dry season is the most popular time to visit Malawi, so travellers hoping to avoid the crowds might prefer to come in April or May.

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