South Africa in June: Weather and where to go
Although temperatures continue to drop throughout June, there is little to no rainfall and glorious clear skies are the backdrop to your safari.
Visiting Kruger National Park at this time is great as wildlife is abundant and although tourist numbers will be rising they will not have peaked due to northern hemisphere school holidays not yet having started. Landscapes will be turning into shades of browns, yellows and oranges not only making fantastic scenes for photography but also making wildlife much easier to spot due to the thinning vegetation.
Rainfall levels are actually the lowest of any point of the year in June with an average of a mere 3mm throughout the month, so you are pretty much guaranteed a dry safari.