ASILIA BLOG

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Asilia Africa is a pioneering travel company that runs 20 luxury camps and lodges in Africa’s most important wilderness areas.

Sustain and Thrive

Asilia’s Role in Preserving Biodiversity

By Clarissa Hughes – Group Positive Impact Co-ordinator Biodiversity Loss Is Everyone’s Problem “When we try to pick anything out by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the

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The Great Migration

Great Migration Live Update – 21 May 2018

Migration Monday Update It’s still raining heavily throughout the Serengeti! The big herd is migrating along the Naabi Hills, heading towards the mawe ya Simba. A small group of herds has

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The Great Migration

The Wild, Wild West

By Ebenezer and Elia – Resident Guides at Ubuntu Camp The Great Migration is the largest herd movement of animals on the planet. In fact, with up to 1,000 animals per

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Wildlife & Conservation

Sitatunga – Africa’s Only Amphibious Antelope

By Britta Foulis An amphibious antelope? It doesn’t sound true – but it is! The sitatunga is a buck which lives in swampy, marshy, areas that have thick vegetation. It

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The Great Migration

Great Migration Live Update – 14 May 2018

Migration Monday Update Safari guide Baraka Ng’wavi captured a large herd of wildebeest in the eastern Serengeti, near the Research Kopjes. The NSF-EAR Postdoctoral Emily, captured the wildebeest and zebra migrating from the south where

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The Great Migration

The Great Migration : Simplified

By Akil Halai – Tanzania Field Ops Coordinator There are several maps you may have been shown that have a detailed flow of gnus going around in a yearly circle.

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