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Author: Will, Rekero Camp
Updated: 11/11/2013
Habari from Rekero & Naboisho: October 2013 It’s Will here; the product of the new slave trade in the Mara. I have been interning at Rekero for all of October and am the reasons why our toilets have been so sparkly clean lately…! Read more >
Author: Joe du Plessis, Head Guide at Asilia Africa
Updated: 28/10/2013
Migration Monday Update - 28 Oct 2013 Our guides in the Seronera area of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania haven't seen any Wildebeest coming in yet, although there are many Zebra along the Seronera Valley all the way to Moru.
Author: Anton Crone
Updated: 22/10/2013
Rubondo Island: Smells like python... If the enormous turd hadn’t been snow white we would have stepped right into it.“Python poo,” tracker, James, announced, and here I was thinking it was a giant Hadada poo, some undiscovered mutant species hiding on Lake Victoria’s Rubondo Island, feeding on chimps. I was scanning the trees. Silly me.
Author: Joe du Plessis, Head Guide at Asilia Africa
Updated: 21/10/2013
Migration Monday Update - 21 Oct 2013 The latest update from our guides is that the Wildebeest are currently still split up in many big groups in different areas, as they make their way down South. Big herds have been seen around Musabi Plain and also Dutwa plain as well as around the Kirawira Camp area. This is all around and in the Western Corridor of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Large numbers are also still seen around the Ikoma loop area, which is a bit more North of the Western Corridor. Also still some of the tail end of the Migration is coming in from Northern Serengeti. Last week some good numbers of Zebra have arrived in Seronera, so they are ahead of the Wildebeest. However, the grass is still very dry there so they might even go back or stick around and wait for some rain... Surprisingly, I have also seen some good wildebeest herds in the Masai Mara but think they might be resident and not move South.
Author: Joe du Plessis, Head Guide at Asilia Africa
Updated: 14/10/2013
Migration Monday Update - 14 Oct 2013 Tune in on our Facebook page every Monday for 'Migration Monday' updates: every Monday we'll be sharing with you the latest news from our guides on where the Wildebeest Migration currently is and where they are headed.
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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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