What’s the weather like in The Gambia in June?
You may catch a light shower this month thanks to the tropical climate, but The Gambia weather in June is still hot and sunny. Visitors love relaxing at the beach along this African paradise, around resorts like Bijilo Beach and Brufut Heights.
The Gambia’s Africa’s smallest country. It’s found on the beautiful west coast of the continent, with the Atlantic Ocean lapping its shores and with the picturesque Gambia River running through much of the landscape. The wet season runs from June to November, but any showers this month are light and refreshing in the hot temperatures.
The weather in The Gambia in June enjoys an average daytime temperature of 23°C throughout the country. Popular resorts on the west coast, like Bijilo, will be several degrees warmer though. The night time temperature may be around 20°C, so you should check that your room has good air conditioning. The sun shines for ten hours each day, on average, with the sun staying up until around 7.30pm for much of the month. You can expect around 10mm of rainfall across the country but there’s a good chance your stay will have no wet weather. The UV and heat level’s high and the humidity measures about 49% on average. The wind speed’s 8mph, which will be slightly stronger by the coast.