What’s the weather like in Kololi Beach in July?
The Gambia enjoys a hot tropical climate and this month will see some showers, but it’s still a fantastic time to visit this African paradise. The Kololi Beach weather in July is very warm and sunny, but you’ll need a showerproof jacket as well as your sunglasses.
In July, tropical showers reach Kololi Beach and the whole of The Gambia by southwest winds. Often these showers can happen in the evening and many people like the refreshing feel they bring to the climate. Kololi Beach is found on the west coast of The Gambia, which is the smallest country in west Africa. The coastline’s full of wonderful beaches and inland the landscape’s dominated by the Gambia River.
The weather in Kololi Beach in July sees an average high temperature of 35°C during the daytime. This dips to around 24°C at night, so you’ll need to make sure your room has good air conditioning. Rainfall’s common throughout most of the month along The Gambia’s coastline, with 141mm falling in short and sharp downpours around Kololi Beach which soon clear. Bring your sunglasses because sunshine levels are high, with a fantastic 11 hours each day in July. The sun rises at 6.45am and doesn’t set until after 7.30pm. You can take a refreshing dip in the Atlantic Ocean as the water temperature will be around 28°C. UV levels are high and the humidity will measure about 79% during your visit to this idyllic resort.