The average temperature chart below is in Fahrenheit although South Africa uses the Celsius scale.
PLEASE NOTE: The chart above shows the average temperatures for our hunting area though temperatures may vary from year to year.
For current Durban weather and forecast click HERE.
South Africa experiences summer rainfall, usually late November to early March, so early and late season hunts can expect some rain. The KwaZulu-Natal Province has very little rainfall in their winter, however taking a light poncho rain coat is a good idea just in case.
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