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Weather and Climate Conditions

In Africa Tanzania
 

Climate Chart Tanzania

Climate Chart Arusha – 1,400m / 4,594ft

Month Min Max
January 10 °C / 50 °F 29 °C / 84 °F
February 11 °C / 52 °F 29 °C / 84 °F
March 12 °C / 54 °F 27 °C / 81 °F
April 14 °C / 57 °F 25 °C / 77 °F
May 11 °C / 52 °F 22 °C / 72 °F
June 9 °C / 48 °F 21 °C / 70 °F
July 9 °C / 48 °F 21 °C / 70 °F
August 9 °C / 48 °F 22 °C / 72 °F
September 8 °C / 46 °F 24 °C / 75 °F
October 11 °C / 52 °F 27 °C / 81 °F
November 11 °C / 52 °F 27 °C / 81 °F
December 10 °C / 50 °F 27 °C / 81 °F
 
Month Rainfall
January 58 mm / 2.3 in
February 84 mm / 3.3 in
March 178 mm / 7 in
April 368 mm / 14.5 in
May 211 mm / 8.3 in
June 33 mm / 1.3 in
July 15 mm / 0.6 in
August 20 mm / 0.8 in
September 20 mm / 0.8 in
October 36 mm / 1.4 in
November 112 mm / 4.4 in
December 102 mm / 4 in
Tanzania has a pleasant, tropical climate but has large regional climatic variations influenced by several factors, including altitude. Temperatures drop by about 6.5°C for every 1,000m you climb (or 3.5°F per 1,000ft). The hottest and most humid part of the country is on the coast. Other low-lying areas, such as the western and southern parks, are also hot but much less humid. The rest of the interior is much milder and cools down significantly at night. Tanzania is too close to the equator to experience a real winter and summer. There is, however, a Dry and Wet season.

Arusha’s climate compared to Tanzania’s parks

Arusha is the town closest to the most popular northern parks and has a comparably mild climate. The peak amount of rainfall in April is considerably less in most parks than in Arusha. The altitude in the Serengeti ranges greatly, so even within the park there are wide climatic variations. The Ngorongoro Crater rim receives quite a lot of rain and is very cold during evenings and mornings due to its high altitude (about 2,300m/7,545ft). Lower lying parks, such as Manyara, Selous, Mikumi, Ruaha, Gombe, Mahale Mountains and Katavi, are slightly warmer than Arusha – especially at night.