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Climate and Landscape
Damaraland Camp reported that they’ve had their first rain for the season, with a total of 14 mm so far. The Huab River came down – past De Riet Village – for the first time since 2015. The days are warm and the nights pretty cool.
The sunrises at the bush breakfast spot have been spectacular – and with clouds and soft light everyone turns into a photographer!
There were some good elephant sightings with only one day that they were in the mountains, and they moved back into the area that afternoon.
The lions were spotted during several drives and in the Springbok Water area our guides found plenty of kudu, oryx, giraffe and, every now and again, a rhino. A few hyaena have moved into the area as well.
Dinners under the stars were as popular as ever at Damaraland Camp.
“Incredible people at this camp and the stars which take your breath away. Thank you we will be back.”
We would like to extend a warm welcome to Treandy Muyunda, our new trainee assistant manager.