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Manager’s Report December 2016

December was a great month to end the year. We had lovely animal sightings, shared happiness and laughter over the festivities of Christmas and New year and just before we said our last goodbyes to 2016, we received a heavy downpour of rain. This was our first heavy rains for the season and we welcomed it with open arms. After the rain, we were entertained each night by a choir of frogs singing the most amazing...

Manager’s Report November 2016

Wow! What happened to the year? At first we were counting down the days till when we would receive our first winter days. Then before you know it the winter season has come and gone and we are yet again in the mid of summer. We had a bit of rain during the month and the bush began transforming to the very much loved green oasis. Every day you can see how the vegetation is becoming denser. Everything is brilliant...

Manager’s Report September 2016

Spring is in the air and the landscape is slowly changing. Some of the trees around camp are showing off new small green leaves and before we know, we will be surrounded with a burst of green. Now that the sun is rising earlier and setting later, we have changed the game drive times to depart earlier in the morning and later in the afternoon. With the temperatures slowly rising, it is no longer necessary for heaters...

Manager’s Report August 2016

Each morning, we were greeted by carpets of yellow, orange and brown as the trees were losing the last of their leaves. We are very fortunate to have a lot of lovely trees around the lodge, providing us with loads of shade.  One thing that mother nature takes care of, is trees shedding their leaves to ensure a brand new attire for summer.  Keeping the grounds around the buildings and pathways clean can be a...

Manager’s Report July 2016

Winter is here! The air is dry and trees have taken on the appearance of skeletons in the misty mornings. As the waterholes dry up, the desperate need for water drives the bigger animals to take on greater journeys. Without water, nothing can survive in the harsh African bush. As the days march on we are seeing more and more breeding herds of elephants quenching their thirst at the water hole in front of the lodge....

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