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Getting close to crunch time when the 50% deposit needs to be made for safaris in Mashatu & MalaMala plus 5 days in Cape Town and I'm starting to get "cold" feet thinking it really might be too cold on game drives and sleeping in this area in June.

June was selected to celebrate a special birthday but will it be too cold to shower in Mashatu's outdoor shower or am I just being a sissy?

Will the tents be too cold to sleep in even with hot water bottles?

Do I need thermal underwear?

I'm not a fan of heat but wondering if I may have gone too far over on the cool side.

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