The Mozambique weather is ideal for tourism related activities all around the year. Mozambique crosses the tropic of Capricorn giving the country of Mozambique a tropical climate with plenty of sunshine all through the year it rarely gets cold. The average temperature is around 28°C, and the weather along the coast is sunny and warm even in midwinter.
The Mozambique weather is characterized by seasonal rains at a specific time of the year.
The rainy season is from November to April and the temperatures can get very hot and humid, particularly between December and February. A few spells of rain occur during the months of April to May and rain is very unusual between June and November.
Mozambique enjoys an average of 8 to 9 hours of sunshine daily throughout the year. Climate varies according to area. Inland is cooler than the coast and rainfall higher as the land rises, with most rain between January and March.
Temperatures and rainfall patterns vary greatly between the regions of the country. The areas along Mozambique’s north-eastern coast are the hottest and most humid in the country, while the high-altitude regions in the Nampula and Niassa provinces are the coolest. Conditions along the coast can be oppressively hot and humid, while inland the cooler nights relieve the heat of the day.