Wet season in Southern Africa
For the majority of southern Africa, November to March is the wettest and also the hottest time of the year. During this time, many of the more remote camps close down entirely making game viewing more challenging. However, when it comes to the beach, these hot months are the ideal time to visit, particularly in Cape Town and along the famous Garden Route. The wet season also sees the flooding of the Okavango Delta in Botswana. As water levels rise, the landscape takes on a lush green colour and becomes a bird-watcher’s paradise as well as a dream come true for photographers.
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