Climate and Landscape
November was a month of windy days and warm nights at Desert Rhino Camp. There was a bit of cloud build-up at the beginning of the month and it blessed the area with some rain. The desert is already showing signs of green shoots which will make a huge difference to the area.
Everyone’s favourite rhino, Don’t Worry, continued upgrading his status to dominant bull in the area as he was seen with several females, passing on his good genes.
Lion sightings were scarcer than in previous months since the general game is more dispersed after the rainfall. However, guests had some good sightings of two brothers and a lioness.
Good sightings of cheetah were also reported and general game was plentiful.
“The attentiveness of the entire staff when I was sick, thank you! Scorpion drive, rhino, elephants. This place rocks with laughter and good vibes. I arrived feeling unwell and immediately Esther and her team went out of their way to help me feel better. Can’t thank you enough for taking such good care of me. Millions of thanks! The camp is awesome, the cooks are awesome. Winnie sings like an angel. Lovisa shines with her smile. All staff members are big personalities that charm you and together with the other guest we concluded their warmth and joy is evident to see and makes us feel welcomed. Thank you again Esther and Team!”
Everyone in our business knows that when you make a lasting impression on a guest, they will put your name on their evaluation sheet and mention you in comments. Every quarter, we tally those names and Bons Roman is our latest Desert Rhino Camp champion. We salute you, Bons!