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Busanga Bush Camp – October 2014

Nov 26, 2014  |  Zambia  |  Kafue  |  Busanga Bush Camp

Climate and Landscape
Heading into summer, the month of October was hot at Busanga Bush Camp withminimum temperatures of about 10° Celsius and maximums between 35 and 40°. We had a pleasant breeze in camp coming off the Busanga Plains and with the help of the shade from our trees this kept the temperatures comfortable for our guests.

The scorching sun has long since dried out the grasses, making for ideal game viewing from the comfort of our lounge, watching all the activity on our doorstep.

Mammal sightings were fantastic in October, including a massive herd of 150 elephant, the first herd of this size to be seen in the Busanga Plains. Herds of buffalo have been seen frequently, which guests also loved.

Around mid-month...

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