Volunteers overcome flooding to reach clients in the Okavango Delta

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Dec
16

Seasonal flooding is usual in the Okavango Delta so we are used to the varying water levels when traveling to the isolated villages and safari camps (where we do clinics for staff).  But 2011 brought unexpectedly higher levels of flooding than usual Рand this has meant challenges and adventure for our team of volunteer homeopaths and staff trying to reach their destination.  Instead of traveling by 4WD vehicle or 6 seater plane (spectacular views, stomach churning experience) direct to the villages and safari camps, we have had to be transported by boat too Рoften for journeys taking up to 3 hours in the heat of temperatures up to 44 degrees and meeting hippopotamus and basking crocodiles along the way!

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