What’s the weather like in Kotu Beach in March?
The Kotu Beach weather in March sees some of the best temperatures all year, with bright blue sunshine and no rain. The tropical climate in The Gambia makes it very popular with visitors who love to relax along the beaches and explore the rich wildlife of this African hotspot.
Kotu Beach is a pretty beachside spot on the Atlantic west coast of The Gambia, about 15km east of the capital Banjul. The Gambia’s a small country in west central Africa, surrounded by Senegal with the beautiful Gambia River running through much of the landscape. March sees very little rain with dry weather being blown in by winds from the north-east.
The weather in Kotu Beach in March sees an average daytime high temperature of 35°C on hot days, which occasionally rises by one or two degrees. This will only dip by a few degrees on rare cooler days but the Atlantic Ocean brings a welcome breeze. The night time temperature will be around 21°C. The sun seems to last forever at this idyllic resort in The Gambia. It shines for an average of 11 hours each day and doesn’t set until nearly 7.30pm at the end of the month. Rainfall’s extremely low during March and chances are you’ll see no rain at all during your holiday. The ocean’s very inviting with an average temperature of 21°C. The wind speed’s low at 12mph but the UV level’s high, so use plenty of sunblock. The humidity will measure about 57% so carrying water’s a good idea when you’re exploring the beaches, markets and nature reserves.