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Toka Leya Camp - December 2016

Dec 30, 2016  |   Toka Leya Camp

Climate and Landscape
The rainy season has started and Toka Leya received a total of 94 mm of rain during December. Typical of the weather in our region we experienced several spectacular thunderstorms. These often occurred in the afternoon and provided spectacular sunsets followed by distant natural fireworks after dark. The welcome rain has turned the landscape into a lush green paradise and, with all the moisture and new foliage, the midday highs have cooled down noticeably. The water levels in the Zambezi River have started to rise rapidly and water has started flowing over the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side.

Wildlife
Our guests had a wonderful sighting of a large herd of elephant coming down to the Zambezi River to drink. The...

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