What’s the weather like in Banjul Beach in June?
You’ll see some light rainfall this month as the wet season starts, but the Banjul weather in June is still very warm and sunny. Many visitors to this idyllic African hotspot enjoy the tropical weather and the refreshing feel of the showers in the hot climate.
Banjul’s a lively but friendly city and the capital of The Gambia, a small country on the west coast of Africa. Banjul’s on St. Mary’s Island, by the mouth of the Gambia River and the Atlantic Ocean. The weather in Banjul in June sees tropical rain carried in by south-westerly winds, but they aren’t too heavy at this time.
Escape the busier months between November and May and make the most of the great climate around Banjul Beach in June. Rare cooler days will only see the temperature fall to about 28°C, but most of the time the barometer should be around 32°C or 33°C. Even though it’s the wet season, rainfall’s still quite low at this time with only 38mm falling across the region. The brilliant sunshine soon dries up any puddles and you can expect 11 hours each day, with the sun staying up until around 7.30pm for much of the month. Banjul and The Gambia has high UV levels in June, so take care sunbathing around the pool and beaches. The humidity will be around 77% and the wind speed’s light at 11mph.