Agulhas Accommodation

Agulhas Accommodation

7 Day Weather Forecast | Agulhas Weather

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The weather in Agulhas, located at the southernmost tip of Africa, is influenced by its coastal location. Here’s a general overview of the weather in Agulhas throughout the year:

Summer Accommodation (December to February):

    • Summer in Agulhas is characterized by mild to warm temperatures.
    • Daytime temperatures typically range from around 18 to 25 degrees Celsius (64 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • This season experiences some rainfall, and occasional storms can occur.

Autumn Accommodation (March to May):

    • Autumn brings relatively mild temperatures to Agulhas.
    • Daytime temperatures range from approximately 15 to 23 degrees Celsius (59 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall is moderate during this season.

Winter Accommodation (June to August):

    • Winter in Agulhas is cool, and temperatures can drop.
    • Daytime temperatures range from around 12 to 18 degrees Celsius (54 to 64 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Winter is considered the wettest season, with increased rainfall.

Spring Accommodation (September to November):

    • Spring marks a transition to milder temperatures in Agulhas.
    • Daytime temperatures range from about 15 to 23 degrees Celsius (59 to 73 degrees Fahrenheit).
    • Rainfall begins to decrease as the season progresses.

It’s important to note that weather conditions can vary, and these are general trends. Agulhas is known for its unpredictable and dynamic weather, with winds and changing conditions being characteristic of the coastal environment. Visitors should be prepared for a range of weather scenarios and check the forecast closer to their travel dates for more accurate information.

Popular Holiday Accommodation Destinations

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Ballito is away from crowds, for people wanting a restful time surrounded by nature and the sound of waves. 

Weekend Accommodation Getaways


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The coastal town offers a wide range of activities for couples, friends and families to enjoy

Main City Accommodation


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