Southern Africa in July
July in Namibia is a dry season with warm days and cool nights. Animals gather in great numbers around scarce water sources, making game viewing easier on a safari in Namibia.
Thousands of animals and birds use the Okavango Delta as a temporary home after being displaced by floodwaters from the previous months. As the outer lying waterholes dry up, the Delta becomes a beautiful place to see wildlife from a vehicle or even a boat.
Photographic opportunities on a Botswana Safari in July are unlike anything you’ll find anywhere else in the globe.