The Year Earth Changed (2021) Leopard's Kingdom Inyati Game Lodge
Safari greetings...... Updates from the Lodge The festive season in the bush was quieter than usual as a new variant of Covid was discovered by South African scientists. This discovery once again sent the tourism industry into turmoil with many guests having to alter travel arrangements or even cut their holidays short. Inyati was unaffected on …
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Light downpours driven mostly by the temperature drops brought about by the last cold fronts washing over the lowveld.
Inyati Game Lodge Highlights:
- Classic safari design and ideal for spotting the Big 5
- “Safari cinema”: Game viewing from the lodge possible
- Delicious, hearty meals with African influences
- Surprises like dinner in the middle of the bush
- Experienced guides and trackers like George and Solly
The mid-winter chill has reached the lowveld and we have experienced low temperatures in the early mornings. The temperature had dipped as low as four degrees Celsius this season, still not nearly as chilly as the Highveld or the escarpment but some of the hardiest of rangers sported trousers on early morning drives. On evening …
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So with much pomp and ceremony, there has been very little rain. A few showers here and there but nothing significant. Instead of sweltering heat followed by thunderstorms which I have been expecting. It has been chilly in the mornings although I refuse to wear a fleece this time of the year on principal. The …
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Weather: The rains are upon us. It has been quite a wet season so far with hardly a day gone by this month without any rain. This has been a blessing on two fronts as the usual November heat has been dissipated and the bush is green, lush and interspersed with all the colours of …
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The weather: August is the month on the cusp between our winter and spring, where the evenings are cool, chilly even and the days varying between warm, to almost hot even and other days with coolness borne on the southerly wind. Wildlife: The wildlife viewing has been of an excellent standard this month. Warmer afternoons …
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Khotavuxika / June 2013The weather: The last of the rains has fallen and the leaves are starting to change to beautiful shades of orange and red and covering the ground below them. We have had the most glorious weather during June and we are still waiting for a really cold snap to arrive. Although there is …
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The weather: We can feel the early morning chill as winter is creeping in the back door. The afternoon thunderstorms that were so frequent last month seem to have rumbled and grumbled off elsewhere and we have enjoyed very welcoming blue skies and the warmth of the African sun. Wildlife: Wildlife sightings as usual …
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