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Chitabe Camp – June 2014

Jun 30, 2014  |  Botswana  |  Okavango Delta  |  Chitabe Camp

Climate and Landscape
It’s quite exciting to see nature preparing for the new winter season in the Okavango; trees are losing leaves, the grass is getting drier and shorter and predators are taking advantage of the cool weather by becoming active for longer hours of the day. This weather is expected to remain the same for at least the next month or so. During June our lowest recorded temperature was 6° Celsius with the days warming up nicely and we had a maximum recorded temperature of 25° Celsius.

Wildlife sightings at Chitabe Camp have been phenomenal throughout the month. Just as one begins to think that one has seen it all – Mother Nature throws something amazing our way once again.

Our guests were privileged to have...

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A young schoolgirl marches purposefully up to the tree where a long metal tube hangs down from one of the higher branches. She reaches to grab a thick stick that has been resting against the tree-trunk and hoists the heavy baton with both hands, raising it high above her right shoulder. With authority she swings the stick to connect with the metal tube sending a very deep gong sound reverberating through the...

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