Mar 31, 2015 | Namibia
| Ongava Lodge
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Climate and Landscape
It was a windy month on the Ongava Private Game Reserve and during these days, the animals lay low and the drives on the reserve had to work hard to find where they had gone to. The Ongava Reserve also received some rain, after which the temperatures soared again.
Lowest temperature recorded – 17°C
Highest temperature recorded – 40°C
Despite the wind, the Ongava Lodge waterhole was incredibly active during the month and a number of very interesting interactions took place, causing guests to choose to stay in camp and enjoy the wonders of nature on their doorstep.
All three elephants of the Ongava Reserve came for a visit to the waterhole, closely followed by two black rhino. There was a bit of a debate...