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  • Seasons & Weather
    temperatures will generally vary between 2 15 C 28 59 F at night and betwenn 18 36 C 64 89 F during the day Most of the country has warm sunny days and cool nights Rainfall generally occurs during summer November to March although in the southwest around Cape Town rainfall occurs in winter June to August For detailed information visit http www sa venues com no weather htm Zimbabwe From March to August high temperatures range from 25 27 C 77 81 F and average lows from 7 10 C 45 50 F September to October has average highs between 32 34 C 90 93 F and average lows between 15 19 C 59 66 F In the Zambezi Valley temperatures may be somewhat higher particularly from October when temperatures can often reach 40 C 104 F or more The dry season is from April to October and the rainy season from November to March Zambia From June to September average high temperatures are approximately 30 35 C 86 95 F and lows are approximately 11 14 C 52 58 F October has average highs of between 35 40 C 95 104 F and average lows between 18 22

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  • Hunting Trails Africa
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  • Medical & Health
    Health Last Updated on Tuesday 08 March 2011 17 49 This page contains guidelines only Please consult your physician or a travel clinic at least 6 weeks prior to departure Malaria South Africa is generally malaria free Only in the event of a visit to the extreme north eastern parts Kruger Park area and northern Zululand do we recommend the use of anti malaria prophylactics Anti malaria prophylactics are strongly recommended for visitors to Zimbabwe Zambia and Botswana Take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes in risk areas Use mosquito repellent and wear long sleeved shirts and trousers particularly at night Yellow fever Visitors travelling from Europe and North America to South Africa Zimbabwe Botswana and Zambia do not require Yellow Fever vaccinations Medical facilities and insurance South Africa has excellent private medical facilities in all major cities and towns We strongly recommend that you take out adequate travel medical insurance See www medjetassist com recommended or www globalrescue com Water Tap water in South Africa meets international safety standards Bottled water is provided in all our camps Heat stroke sunburn Drink plenty of water on safari even when you are not thirsty Protect yourself against the sun with quality

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  • Medical & Health
    Health Last Updated on Tuesday 08 March 2011 17 49 This page contains guidelines only Please consult your physician or a travel clinic at least 6 weeks prior to departure Malaria South Africa is generally malaria free Only in the event of a visit to the extreme north eastern parts Kruger Park area and northern Zululand do we recommend the use of anti malaria prophylactics Anti malaria prophylactics are strongly recommended for visitors to Zimbabwe Zambia and Botswana Take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes in risk areas Use mosquito repellent and wear long sleeved shirts and trousers particularly at night Yellow fever Visitors travelling from Europe and North America to South Africa Zimbabwe Botswana and Zambia do not require Yellow Fever vaccinations Medical facilities and insurance South Africa has excellent private medical facilities in all major cities and towns We strongly recommend that you take out adequate travel medical insurance See www medjetassist com recommended or www globalrescue com Water Tap water in South Africa meets international safety standards Bottled water is provided in all our camps Heat stroke sunburn Drink plenty of water on safari even when you are not thirsty Protect yourself against the sun with quality

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  • Medical & Health
    Health Last Updated on Tuesday 08 March 2011 17 49 This page contains guidelines only Please consult your physician or a travel clinic at least 6 weeks prior to departure Malaria South Africa is generally malaria free Only in the event of a visit to the extreme north eastern parts Kruger Park area and northern Zululand do we recommend the use of anti malaria prophylactics Anti malaria prophylactics are strongly recommended for visitors to Zimbabwe Zambia and Botswana Take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes in risk areas Use mosquito repellent and wear long sleeved shirts and trousers particularly at night Yellow fever Visitors travelling from Europe and North America to South Africa Zimbabwe Botswana and Zambia do not require Yellow Fever vaccinations Medical facilities and insurance South Africa has excellent private medical facilities in all major cities and towns We strongly recommend that you take out adequate travel medical insurance See www medjetassist com recommended or www globalrescue com Water Tap water in South Africa meets international safety standards Bottled water is provided in all our camps Heat stroke sunburn Drink plenty of water on safari even when you are not thirsty Protect yourself against the sun with quality

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  • Medical & Health
    to Zimbabwe Zambia and Botswana Take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes in risk areas Use mosquito repellent and wear long sleeved shirts and trousers particularly at night Yellow fever Visitors travelling from Europe and North America to South Africa Zimbabwe Botswana and Zambia do not require Yellow Fever vaccinations Medical facilities and insurance South Africa has excellent private medical facilities in all major cities and towns We strongly recommend

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  • Gallery
    Area Bird Shooting Non Hunting Activities Important Info Travelling Terms of Business Firearms Importation Taxidermy Firearms Ammunition Packing List Seasons Weather Medical Health Gallery Hunting Camp Comforts Bird Shooting Out in the Field Camp Comforts Downloads Links Gallery Hunting 109 Bird Shooting 20 Camp Comforts 14 Out in the Field 7 Powered by Phoca Gallery Categories Hunting Camp Comforts Bird Shooting Out In The Field Privacy Policy Contact Hunting Trails

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