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wildebeest-migration safari when to go
Indulge me for a moment and picture the wildebeest migration in your mind’s eye. What do you see? Quietly grazing herds? Or is the silence shattered by rampaging lions? Perhaps images of river-crossings with nightmare-sized crocodiles come to mind. Whatever your imagination is of the Masai Mara/Serengeti wildebeest migration, one thing is for sure: you’re […]
best lodges and camps to see wildebeest migration
The annual migration that takes place in serengeti and masai mara is a spectacular safari experience and a dream for many overseas visitors. We look at some of the best places to stay when on a masai mara migration safari. Governors’ Camp Governors’ Camp in Kenya’s Masai Mara is one of the best places to […]
This wildebeest migration video was shot by a tourist to Kenya’s masai mara during the wildebeest migration season. You really have got to see the migration to actually believe it. It’s an awesome spectacle that usually involve over 1.5 million wildebeest, zebra and antelops in search for pasture. Not many know that along with the […]
annual wildebeest migration
The annual wildebeest migration has finally begun an is on its fourth day today. Tourists are flocking the Mara to witness what some international media have called the seventh new wonder of the world. Last year the migration start real early on June 6 this year it seems the wildbeest figured they messed up visitor […]
The Mara River is a river in Mara Region in Tanzania and Narok County in Kenya, and lies across the migration path of ungulates in the Serengeti/Masai Mara game reserves. From its sources in the Kenyan highlands, the river flows for about 395 km and originates from the Mau Escarpment. Eventually the river flows into […]
The Great Migration is a natural phenomenon, as old as the land itself. Seasonal rainfall is the trigger that sparks the mass movement of mega herds in pursuit of the sweet, new grasses that wildebeest love. Last year Safari experts were left “astounded” after hundreds of thousands of wildebeest began arriving in the central areas […]