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Kwetsani Camp – June 2014

Jul 18, 2014  |  Botswana  |  Okavango Delta  |  Kwetsani Camp

Climate and Landscape
It has been a very mild winter so far at Kwetsani, with only two really cold mornings. Otherwise the days have been lovely, and on the days when there is a bit of a wind, plenty of sunny spots kept us warm. Even though June was mild, we still have had to make use of the ponchos and hot water bottles for our game drive activities and of course the “bushbaby” (water bottle) in bed is imperative, for a cosy snuggled sleep.

The wildlife sightings were phenomenal at Kwetsani during June. Cape buffalo were seen in their hundreds at one point, which was a pretty spectacular sighting in itself, but then in addition, behind this impressive aggregation, a massive herd of elephant was seen that even the guide was wowed...

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Lazi was born and raised in Bobonong Village in Botswana’s Tuli Block area. During weekends and school holidays he visited and helped his parents on a farm called Toevlugsoord Ranch along the Limpopo River. Whilst there his brother (who works at Chitabe Camp as a manager) always took him out on patrol. On many occasions they encountered elephant, eland, impala, kudu, hippo, and most of the small game...

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