Scenery developer, Simworks Studios has released Africa - Okavango Delta for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Created from the ground up, the package covers a 9,200km2 area with hand-placed wetlands and objects as well as more than 12000 animals spread around the scenery.
Other highlights include nine authentic airstrips, six camps modelled in detail with building interiors: Abu, Nxabega, Xigera, Chief’s camp, Mombo and Guma. It also comes with several smaller camps and tour groups, a number of helipads scattered around the delta and a repaint of the C208 in the imaginary Safari Wings livery.
To faithfully recreate the Okavango ecosystem, the developer researched locations where you are more likely to encounter wildlife and more than 8,000 animals are placed in their correct locations. Additionally, more than 4,000 animals have been placed by hand to create scenic and realistic views while overflying the camps and airports. In the Okavango wildlife reserve, animals are left with total freedom, so be sure to overfly the airports and confirm that no animals are on the runway before landing.