that's the coldest time of year. i have been there at that exact time on one of my safaris.
-morning will be about 35-45F.
-mid-day will be about 55-65F.
-afternoon could be 65-80F.
you are visiting desert and delta camps. they should have warm gear for you to wear on the morning game drive but i would bring a stocking cap and gloves. sorry if you are a lady but no hair dryer at camp okavango!
the pool will be open for the brave. bring a suit and if it hits 80 give it a try. camp okavango has no land activities so you may have a long boat ride if you are going by boat transer from the camp moremi air strip. it could be 3-4 hours. this WILL be cold because you will be going fast in a boat when it is only about 60 outside. you better find out which method you are using to get to camp okavango from your agent.
craig beal - owner - travel beyond
The days will be comfortably warm, but the nights will be cold and can even be very cold. Early mornings are usually cold. A good jacket for the nights are advisable.
For travel during southern Africa's winter many travelers like to wear zip off pants / shorts...when you head out in the early morning it can be quite chilly (especially in the back of an open vehicle) but by 8 AM or 9 AM you can unzip your pantlegs and be perfectly comfortable. For phorographers fingerless gloves work really well. A warm hat, like Craig said, is a great idea...
Ian - Ultimate Africa Safaris
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