Migration Monday Update – 18 July 2016
Migration Monday Update
Late last week we received reports from Rekero Camp safari guide Onesmus Irungu that the wildebeest herds were crossing the Mara River at the Lookout Hill crossing point.
We also heard from trusted sources in the Mara Reserve that large migratory herds moved from the Topi Plains and Malima Tatu areas and into the East Marsh, Bila Shaka and Musiara grasslands.
If you’re planning a migration safari in August, a stay at Asilia’s Olakira Camp takes you to the confluence of the Mara and Bolongonja Rivers for spectacular game viewing at the Mara River itself and around the Lamai Wedge.
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