Zanzibar Weather November Averages, Tanzania

    • Temperature Temperature 26°C 79°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 27.8°C 82°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 25.8°C 78°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 226 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 16 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 28°C 82°F

    Zanzibar Weather for November 2022

    November in Zanzibar is warm and a bit wetter than the previous months. Visitors will discover that the many beaches and resorts aren't as packed as in the summer months, as well.

    The average daytime high temperature in November is near 28°C (82°F).

    The nighttime low temperature can be expected to be around 24°C (75°F).

    Visitors are always advised to check local weather forecasts before making travel plans to Zanzibar.

    Average recorded precipitation amounts are slightly higher in November than the past 4 or 5 months at 226mm or nearly 9 inches. There are usually about 10 hours per day of sunshine and there is a relative humidity average of 69%.

    The average sea temperature for November is 28°C (82°F).

    Ramadan generally takes place around this time of the year (although he dates change every year) and since the population of Zanzibar is 95% Muslim, celebrations and festivals surrounding Ramadan can be observed.

    A trip to Zanzibar in November can be something spectacular without ever leaving the main center, Stone Town. Many of the island's attractions can be found or accessed from within Stone Town and visitors will find that they may have too much to do, rather than not enough.

    Of course, visiting one of the many beaches is mandatory, but after that gets old, one could try going on one of the numerous tours available in and around the main island of Zanzibar.

    There are a number of spice tours (which can usually be arranged right from the hotel in which a visitor is staying) that take visitors on a relaxing yet exciting tour of some of the plantations where exotic spices are farmed.

     Visitors will see and smell (and possibly taste) cloves, cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg to name a few and they will learn about how these spices that are so ordinary and taken for granted today, have been cultivated and sold to create vast fortunes for the many Sultans of Oman and beyond.

    For a 14 day forecast of the weather, click here.

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