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Serra Cafema Camp – May 2015

Jul 2, 2015  |  Namibia  |  Skeleton Coast/Kaokoveld   |  Serra Cafema Camp

Climate and Landscape
On the 23rd of May, the Kunene Valley was covered in a layer of coastal fog. This is much earlier than expected as fog usually only reaches this far inland during the months of July and August. If you happen to find yourself out on a mountain viewpoint or on an early boat trip along the Kunene, you could experience some dramatic and beautiful scenery. And then, as soon as the sun reaches a certain point the fog disappears, as if it was never there.

Late April and into early May was our last chance to see green grass and commiphora (African myrrh) in leaf in the Hartmann’s Valley as no rain has fallen since the light showers we had in February and March.

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