I saw some disturbing news earlier and had to share. The following information comes from Africa News.
A severe drought in the Kahalari Desert has caused the death of more than 1,000 animals in South Africa. This situation has forced tourists reservations to be put on hold, with Thuru Lodge manager Burger Schoeman advising the following:
“We’re trying to get used to it for the moment, but it should only last until our resources are exhausted. And we don’t have the money to continue doing what we’re doing.”
“Unfortunately the drought forced us to place all our bookings on hold. We can’t book a guy coming from overseas having the safari feeling and trying to give him the best safari he ever had but the animals that are here are very skinny and is dying.”
The rainy season is around the corner, so hopefully, things will turn around.
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Until Next Time…