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Jao Camp - September 2017

Sep 28, 2017  |   Jao Camp

Climate and Landscape
September – this is the month the Okavango decides to shake off the winter blues and prepare for summer. We experienced a mixture of weather conditions from cool and windy mornings to hot and dry days. Minimum temperatures dropped to 8° Celsius, reaching highs of 32° C towards the end of the month.

Water levels have started dropping fast and roads that were under water just a month ago are now open for game drives. It really is unbelievable to see how the Delta changes with the seasons. It is and always will remain one of the planet’s finest wilderness areas.

Wildlife
An interesting sighting from the camp one morning was mating elephants. This we don’t see often and those guests who decided to have a relaxing...

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