Update from Rajat Dhesi The wildebeest were captured in the Kusini Area! However, a big herd is in the Central Serengeti.
Update from The Marsh Pride of Lions Trespasser! ‘This is Blonde’, one of the Olololo males was spotted feeding on buffalo with females and youngsters of the River-line pride (from the Mara Triangle), at the entrance of Governors Private Camp! They are known to cross over into the Marsh Pride territory, make a kill, and rush back home before they get caught.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Our Planet, a brand-new wildlife documentary from Netflix, highlights the many astonishing wonders of our majestic natural world. Narrated by the brilliant Sir David Attenborough, Our Planet takes a close look at how humans are negatively impacting our fragile ecosystems. The documentary asks its viewers to take a step back and critically evaluate the individual impact they have and what should be done to protect these vital wildlife areas and ecosystems.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Our Twende Porini programme welcomes children from local communities to experience what a safari is all about and learn about the importance of protecting our wildlife and conserving the areas that we call home.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager It’s usually while you’re watching an epic wildlife documentary that the idea of going on safari is born and you begin plans to make this dream come to life. Whether it be a look into the endless battle for survival in The Great Migration, a captivating story from the vantage point of a predator, or a critical analysis of the state of the planet and it’s precious creatures – there is a wildlife documentary out there that is sure to teach, inspire and fascinate all.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Planning a romantic getaway with your loved one is an exciting event; picking out the most serene settings and choosing from various exquisite accommodations can be both exciting and overwhelming. Let us show you how to do romance the Asilia way.
Update from Alex Walker’s Serian The great migration was spotted coming from Maswa Game Reserve heading towards the Southern/Kusini Serengeti. April is the wettest month of the year, and even though there’s rain almost every day of the month, it rarely rains all day. April is slightly cooler than March, but it’s still warm during the day, with an average high of 28C.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Throughout the year we bring children from local communities to our camps for a 5-day educational programme. Known as Twende Porini, meaning “let’s got to the bush”, the programme teaches these children about conservation and wildlife in fun and interesting ways while treating the kids to a safari experience, too!
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Many of us have a safari bucket list which usually involves checking off the ever-popular Big 5 collection, or if you are an avid birder, you have a list of lifers that you are longing to tick off. However, there are five more unusual animals that we think you should add to your checklist while on your East African adventure.
The Great Migration is in the Central Serengeti!