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When and how to get to the Quirimbas

The Quirimbas National Park has a sub-humid climate, characterised by a dry and a rainy season. Temperatures range between 20C and 28C throughout the year, making it a destination worth visiting anytime. The coolest time of year is June/July, but even then, the lowest temperature is around 15C.

Most of the rainfall occurs between November and March, with coastal regions of Macomia and Quissanga getting higher levels of rainfall than other areas.

Winds and tides are often stronger between July and September, which can impact on which tours and activities you can do.

September to December is the perfect season for spotting migratory whales.

You can check tides and weather forecasts online, or contact local travel agencies or accommodation providers for up to date information.