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Toka Leya Camp - March 2015

Apr 30, 2015  |  Zambia  |  Victoria Falls - Livingstone  |  Toka Leya Camp

Climate and Landscape
For a month nearing the end of summer, March was really hot and very dry at Toka Leya – something we don't expect at this time of the year. We received hardly any rain at all and recorded a mean maximum temperature of 30° Celsius and a minimum of 18°. Then thankfully, the weather changed somewhat towards the end of the month and we had a few very welcome showers.

Wildlife sightings
Even though we received so little rain this month, the entire Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park (in which Toka Leya is situated) remains lush and green, the waterholes full of water and trees and flowers in bloom. Not only does it look beautiful, but this has attracted great game and birdlife and our guests were treated to some unbelievable...

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