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Toka Leya Camp - July 2015

Sep 4, 2015  |  Zambia  |  Victoria Falls - Livingstone  |  Toka Leya Camp

Climate and Landscape
Our international guests can’t believe what wonderful winters we have here, despite the mornings and evenings being very chilly. The cold fronts that hit the southern areas of the continent over the last month certainly made their mark even here, on the banks of the Zambezi River.

Guests who stayed with us at Toka Leya during July all enjoyed remarkable game sightings, watching animals walking past their tents as they sat and enjoyed from the comfort of their sunken decks. We’re still seeing good-sized herds of elephant and impala as well as giraffe, warthog, buffalo and bushbuck during the day.

Their movements are also heard from the tents at night. Toka Leya is strategically located facing the mighty...

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Willem Botha, or Mr Botha as he is more popularly known, runs the Game Water Supply Project for our Makalolo and Linkwasha Concessions in Hwange National Park. Here he updates us on the fate of Pelican, who was left behind by his squadron with a broken wing…  Game Water Supply – The Heartbeat in the Frontier of Hwange The pumping season in the Wilderness Safaris’...

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