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Latest Blog Post
Author: Joe du Plessis, Head Guide at Asilia Africa
Date: 21 Jul 2014
Migration Monday Update - 21 July 2014 The great photo for this weeks Wildebeest Migration update is from Sayari Camp, guide Leonard Kivuyo shows us a big crossing that was seen yesterday morning between crossing point number 7 and 8.

Most of the big herds and crossings have been seen more in the Eastern area of Kogatende, towards Bologonja and the Sand River where there is a very big number of them scattered across the short green grass plains found there.

Most of the big crossings seen so far are going from South to North, and we suspect there are big numbers of Wildebeest also in Kenya and the Maasai Mara.

Keep checking our Facebook page to stay up to date with the Wildebeest Migration!
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Latest News Article
Author: Mara Lion Project, Niels Mogenson
Date: 24 Jul 2014
Naboisho Lions - Mara Lion Project Update For the past few years the Kenya Wildlife Trust has been increasingly concerned by the status of the Maasai Mara’s lion population. As it currently stands, the Kenya Wildlife Service estimates that there are fewer than 2,000 lions left in the country today, with an annual decline of 100 lions. Increasing human populations, coupled with diminishing natural prey and habitats has brought lions into close proximity with people. The Greater Mara ecosystem represents a unique study area where lions, prey, people and livestock exist at very high densities and the extent to which they co-exist is largely unknown.

The KWT has therefore formed the Mara Lion Project in order to establish lion numbers across this ecosystem in addition to identifying and mitigating the threats facing the population. The project has “science driving conservation” at its heart and its members are currently developing research questions to better understand the Mara lions. Their mission is to collect accurate information on the lions of the Maasai Mara ecosystem, so that we can monitor population changes. The project also aims to educate pastoralists in effective livestock protection. By supplying land managers with these data, they are able to apply the most effective conservation techniques.

If you are interested in reading about the lions of the Mara and finding out about how they are doing as well as some exciting stuff they've been getting up to please read the latest update all about the lions which was sent to us from The Kenya Wildlife Trust by clicking here.

You are also welcome to keep up to date with the project on the Mara Lion Project Facebook Page or the Mara Predator Project Facebook Page in order to see more information updates and images of the lions of the Mara.

(article source: Mara Lion Project)
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Current Offers
VALID: 06 Jan 2014to 19 Dec 2014
Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 in any combination of Naboisho Camp, Rekero Camp and the Mara Bush Houses. The cheapest night is the free one, and cannot be applied at Rekero Camp.
VALID: 01 Jun 2014to 19 Dec 2014
For the launch of the new Rubondo Island Camp Asilia offers 50% discount off the 2nd night onwards. Please note that with a 3 night stay this would lead to 1 night free and on a 5 night stay it would give 2 free nights.
VALID: 01 Jun 2014to 31 Mar 2015
(excluding 20 Dec 2014 to 5 Jan 2015)
Matemwe remains one of the most secluded resorts on Zanzibar and is perfect for a relaxing and exclusive beach honeymoon. 
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Rubondo Island Camp, Tanzania
Rubondo Island Camp, Tanzania
An exclusive camp nestled on an uninhabited island, home to chimpanzees, elephants and the elusive sitatunga.
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Following in the footsteps of the Great Wildebeest Migration, this traditional safari camp receives incredible praise from guests for its authenticity and warm hospitality.
Rekero Camp, Kenya
Rekero Camp, Kenya
Rekero Camp has a long and proud history in the Mara that lends to it a depth of character and low-key authenticity that is the hallmark of this luxury tented camp.
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Following in the footsteps of the Great Wildebeest Migration, this traditional safari camp receives incredible praise from guests for its authenticity and warm hospitality.
Naboisho Camp, Kenya
Naboisho Camp, Kenya
On a private conservancy, that is an example of conservation and communities working together, Naboisho offers an opportunity to gain an understanding of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem.
Olakira Camp, Tanzania
Olakira Camp, Tanzania
Olakira is a luxurious under-canvas camp that moves with the seasons, following the wildebeest herds through the Serengeti to ensure a front-row seat at the greatest show on earth.
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Ubuntu Camp, Tanzania
Following in the footsteps of the Great Wildebeest Migration, this traditional safari camp receives incredible praise from guests for its authenticity and warm hospitality.
Dunia Camp, Tanzania
Dunia Camp, Tanzania
Combining pristine wilderness with the intimacy of a timeless tented camp, Dunia Camp offers superb game viewing all year round from its secluded location in the heart of the Serengeti.
Sayari Camp, Tanzania
Sayari Camp, Tanzania
This upmarket camp is one of the finest in Africa, offering luxurious lodgings in some of the best Big Five country on the continent.
Olakira Camp, Tanzania
Olakira Camp, Tanzania
Olakira is a luxurious under-canvas camp that moves with the seasons, following the wildebeest herds through the Serengeti to ensure a front-row seat at the greatest show on earth.
Oliver’s Camp, Tanzania
Oliver’s Camp, Tanzania
Walking safaris are the specialty of the camp, and the depth of knowledge and experience of the camp naturalist guides makes Oliver’s Camp a firm favourite amongst safari enthusiasts.
Matemwe Retreat, Zanzibar
Matemwe Retreat, Zanzibar
Combining the spirit of Zanzibar with the highest standards of luxury, Matemwe Retreat’s secluded villas are considered the most exclusive choice on this exotic island.
Matemwe Lodge, Zanzibar
Matemwe Lodge, Zanzibar
Overlooking a shallow coral fringed lagoon on the quieter northeast coast of Zanzibar, Matemwe’s peaceful location and relaxed atmosphere, makes it the ideal place to unwind.
Matemwe Beach House, Zanzibar
Matemwe Beach House, Zanzibar
On the chalk white Matemwe beach lies Matemwe Beach House; the perfect holiday home for a family or small group wanting a private slice of this beautiful coast line
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