Update from real Masai Safari Tours Thousands of wildebeest and zebra relaxing at Sand River in Kenya, close to Serengeti National Park border.
By Anwynn Louw, Digital Marketing Assistant Rhino once roamed the African continent and during the 1960s, Kenya was home to an estimated 20 000 black rhinos. In the last decade, an estimated 8 889 African rhinos have been lost to poaching. 2013 was the worst year for poaching in Kenya when more than 5% of the national population were killed.
Update from Miracle Experience Balloon Safaris The Great Wildebeest Migration was captured from the bird’s eye-crossing point number 7 from the North to the Southern Serengeti while flying with Miracle Experience Balloon.
Update from Alex Walker’s Serian Safari guide Jacupa Martinez witnessed thousands of the Great Migration crossing point number 4 in the Serengeti Lamai Wedge from the Kogatende.
Update from Imma Safari guide Imma captured the great migration crossing the Mara River heading towards the Masai Mara side in Kenya.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Carbon Tanzania is a social enterprise that uses an innovative business approach to protecting crucial forests and wildlife. They work with communities and governments to realise the economic value of their forests with the main source of financing being made through the sale of carbon offsets.
Update from Kilimanjaro Safaris Safari guide Michael Wachira captured the great migration arriving at the Mara Triangle.
Update from Alex Walker’s Serian Mega Mara River crossings begin!
Update from Herdtracker August is your best month to see the dramatic Mara River crossings.
You’re going on your first Asilia Adventure but you’re not quite sure what to pack. So, what are the absolute must-haves when exploring East Africa’s open plains on foot, and what can you leave behind? We’ve asked Safari Fundi, Roelof Schutte, to round up the most essential items you will need.