South Africa has a mostly temperate climate, although the far north has a subtropical climate. The weather in South Africa varies according to the altitude, with the coastal regions being warm and humid, while the interior regions are much drier. The summers are hot and dry, while winters are generally mild and wet. In winter, temperatures can drop below freezing in some parts of the country. Rainfall is also seasonal; it is heaviest in summer in most areas of the country. The hottest months are December and January, while the coldest months are June and July. There is also a risk of severe storms during this time of year due to its location near the equator. Check bridgat for South Africa Weather and Climate.
Before the trip to South Africa
Passports and visas For travel to South Africa, Swedish citizens do not need a visa for a short stay within 90 days. Check that your […]