Climate and Landscape
As October approached, we enjoyed sunshine during the day and a cool breeze in the evenings. The fresh morning dew belied the daytime temperatures which soared to 35° Celsius.
We had sunny days and the heat called for a mimosa stop in the open floodplains of the Delta.
We had some incredible sightings of the Pel’s fishing-owl around camp.
Sightings of leopard, lion, wild dog and general game created a truly magical African experience for seasoned safari-goers as well as first-time travellers to the Okavango Delta.
Guests were treated to sundowners, feet-in-the-water bush brunches and smoothie stops.
In the evenings guests enjoyed some wine, and dined around the crackling fire as we ended the day with the sounds of the bush playing us a lullaby.
Staff in Camp
Managers: Colleen, Nicole, Taswell, OB, Langton, Alice, Onka
Guides: Onks, Wise, Lesh, Filters (trainee guide)
Newsletter compiled by Colleen Kern, General Manager (Relief)