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As a young boy growing up on an agricultural farm in Zimbabwe, Sean spent every opportunity entertaining himself outdoors, camping in the local nature reserve and learning about all facets of the natural world. After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental ...

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on Why Londolozi for the Summer solstice?

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Your descriptive prose makes me wish I was there. Enjoy your summer solstice!

A lovely descriptive blog! Now the sun is on its way back!

Thank you so much, Gawie. Yes it is now heading back further north.

Special for everyone who enjoys the outside and wilderness on the 21st Dec, as it is the longest day. Hope you all had a super day filled with excitement and stunning views on this longest day.

We all most certainly did have a lovely day thank you.

What a lovely way to describe the summer solstice at Londolozi. Maybe I will make it one day to Londolozi at that time of the year.
Anyway the photo of these two Ntsevu lions by Chris is stunning!
Here in the dark winter of Europe we are looking much forward to our winter solstice because it means the the days will finally get a bit longer and in three months time a bit warmer too. Another reason to go to South Africa during our European winter months.
Enjoy your summer!!!

It is such a stunning time to be at Londolozi. We are now approaching our winter as you head towards your summer.

Beautiful summer solstice bog, thanks Sean.

Thank you so much, William.

Such a timely post Sean, especially as I’m enjoying the winter solstice here in California! I really love this time of year here, but your post has me dreaming of summer solstice at Londolozi!!

Thank you, Paul. The summer solstice is an amazing time to be here.

Yes, it’s glorious at summer solstice there. Here in Canada not so much – shortest day of the year ha ha. Well, every day gets longer from here on out so looking forward to that. I hope everyone there is enjoying the glory of the bush in Midsummer.

I guess, now that it is your shortest day it means that you are now on your way to summer.

Would love to visit for the solstice at some point! Count me in!

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