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10 Tips on how to Survive Hot Summer Camping in South Africa

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One thing to keep in mind is that South African summers can get very hot. How hot you might ask? It’s not unusual for it to get as high as the mid 30 degrees to low 40 degrees Celsius.  If you are not used to or have not been exposed to these extreme temperatures, you might wonder how you will ever survive this scorching heat.

Always Expect the Unexpected

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Professional Field Guide demonstrates safety first in a scary situation!

Snouted Cobra Sighting in Makuleke

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The same species that was said to have killed Queen Cleopatra

A very close wildlife encounter

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Working in nature in unfenced bush camps is a wonderful and frightening experience at the same time. We live and work in remote areas so wildlife encounters in camp occur quite often.

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#LatestBlog With summer already in full swing, here are some helpful tips on how to survive camping in the hot summer heat. These tips will come in very handy, especially if you are planning to visit Africa for the first time in the next few months.
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There is an amazing ecosystem going on in these Community Web Spider nests. Have you ever stopped and had a closer look at it? In this video, Instructor, Michael Anderson tells us more about these spiders and how they are different from other spiders https://t.co/X94XPpU3lK

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