Africa & the Middle East Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Africa & the Middle East activity »
  1. 1 Route planning and advice visiting Southern Africa by car.
  2. 2 Trip Report South Africa Kgalagadi & Kruger back-to-back in 2016
  3. 3 March Trip to South Africa -- Need Quick Guidance Please!
  4. 4 Alexandria
  5. 5 Dubai in 36 hours
  6. 6 good internet connection option Meknes
  7. 7 Trip Report A very belated TR - South of Namibia with Kgalagadi
  8. 8 Trip Report South Africa trip report
  9. 9 Marrakesh - Expenses
  10. 10 Can gay people travel safely in Morocco?
  11. 11 Morocco Trip End of April - itinerary help please!
  12. 12 First time Safari - any comments on Wild Wings/Taga Safari companies?
  13. 13 Mombasa recomendations please
  14. 14 Private tours in Morocco
  15. 15 Kings Pool vs. Duma Tau
  16. 16 Hotels for Victoria falls
  17. 17 First time to Africa-need help!
  18. 18 How do I know if a company is legit
  19. 19 Point and Shoot camera for a Kenyan Safari
  20. 20 Question about Yellow Fever certificate
  21. 21 The Heat and Dust of Kafue & the Busanga Plains
  22. 22 Has anyone used this company in Uganda
  23. 23 Jewish tour Casablanca
  24. 24 Kenyan Safari Spending Money
  25. 25 Ethiopian security
View next 25 » Back to the top

Latest Lower Zambezi NP Update

Jump to last reply

I just received an email from Sausage Tree Camp (LZNP). I will be flying out there in 4 days time. Here is their quote regarding the latest weather and wildlife sightings.

"The weather is fabulous – although it is getting cold in the mornings, it warms up quite nicely during the day, from 18:00 its gets dark and as soon as the sun goes behind the mountain it gets cold. I would suggest bring a couple of long pants with jumpers – but also bring some summer clothes as the days are fairly warm.
Also a good note is we have got a swimming pool so bring the cozies.

Our wild life has been very good – a couple of recent sightings of leopard, 11 lions with cubs, lots of hippo’s and our resident buffalos always wallow through the camp.
Elephants have been seen although they are moving around a lot.
Porcupines seems to be a regular sighting as well as our night cats such as Gennets, Civets, as well as jackals & hyena.
How are you on fishing – one of our guests have caught a 12pounder Tiger fish the other day."

:) I will have to stay alert when walking through the camp, in case I bump into the "resident" buffalo during their wallowing!!

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement