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It is now cast in stone; the next camp will take place at Darnaway Farm on the Limpopo River from 17 to 19 February.  This is a camp not to be missed as we have been there many times and have had many adventures.  It is a beautiful site under large Ana trees (Faidherbia Albida), with a shower and flush toilet, overlooking the river.  It is entirely suitable for soft-core campers.  We will have to make a nominal payment, to be advised, for these facilities.  You should bring your own drinking water or take a chance on water from the river.  It is about a two and a half hour drive to the farm on tar, then another half hour on dirt to the campsite.  You will need a four-wheel drive vehicle to negotiate soft sand.  Obviously you need to bring your own tent, camping equipment, food, drinks and binoculars. Read more.

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    Dear BLB member, It is now cast in stone; the next camp will take place at Darnaway Farm on the Limpopo River from 17 to 19 February. This is a camp not to be missed as we have been there many times and have had many adventures. It is a beautiful site under large Ana trees (Faidherbia Albida), with a shower and flush toilet, overlooking the river.

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