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  1. Joy's Camp in Shaba has closed. I was considering staying here in 2018. Anyone know what's planned here..? Africa Travel Resource seems to suggest it will re-open as a guide training place, but the person who replied to my email at Elewana had no info. Anyone know anything?
  2. Hi STer's, We may be headed to Shaba for two nights in November. I looked over trip reports and it looks like at least a couple of regular ST members have been there. Even though November is in the short rains season I understand that this is an adrid area - any thoughts on if/how much it typically rains in this area in November? If we do go we would like to stay at Joy's Camp. Has anyone been to this camp? (It looks pretty good!) Do you know if they do drives just in Shaba as it seems that game concentration is quite low in this park. We would love to see oryx again and perhaps gerenuk but I'm not sure if we'de see them in the eastern part of Shaba. Thanks in advance.

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