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Climate and Weather of Angola

Angola has a total of five different climate zones. The coastal areas have a warm desert climate which quickly transitions into a warm steppe climate inland and also in the northern part of the coast. The north of Angola is the only area that has a tropical savannah climate.

Angola has roughly two seasons. The winter months are dry and cooler, while the summer months are warm and humid. In the wet season, which runs from October to May, there can sometimes be heavy amounts of rain in the north. April is usually the wettest month.

The best time to visit Angola is during the winter months, from May to October. Angola's average temperature on the coast is 16°C in winter and 21°C in summer.

Angola's diverse climate zones offer a variety of experiences for travelers. Along the coast you can enjoy the cool sea breeze and desert landscapes, while the northern tropical savannah provides lush greenery and an abundance of wildlife.

Inland, the warm steppe climate offers unique vegetation and cultural experiences. Angola's rich biodiversity is evident in its national parks, such as Kissama National Park and Iona National Park, which are great destinations for wildlife viewing and eco-tourism.

Are you interested in more detailed information for various cities in Angola?
Please select the city you plan to visit, or one closest to your destination. For each selected city, you will see the following graphs:
1. Yearly average minimum and maximum temperatures
2. Monthly averages of precipitation throughout the year (rainfall, snow etc)
3. Monthly average hours of sunshine throughout the year

Additionally, some pages provide historical weather data such as humidity, wind speed, and water temperature.

Places in Angola

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