Update from Governors’ Camp
We have always said that there is no ‘best time’ to be on safari!
Governors Il Moran Camp guests this week were in for a real treat with massive herds of wildebeest pouring into the Masai Mara Reserve from the Serengeti. As with any natural phenomenon, nobody can predict their movement and they’ve caught us all a little off guard – but the savanna grasslands are lush and a feast is ready for them.
Update from Angama Mara
On the rim of the Great Rift Valley Escarpment, overlooking the Mara Triangle, with vast amounts of animals, and most spectacularly the iconic wildebeest migration lies Angama Mara.
Update from Kilimanjaro Safaris
Safari guide Michael witnessed spectacular crossing in the Mara River.
The crossing is from the Mara Entim Camp view. Situated in the heart of Kenya‘s Maasai Mara Game Reserve, near the Mara River – Entim Camp is right in the middle of the very best game-viewing areas. There’s actually no obligation to go out on game drives because you can sit in camp and watch the animals passing by right in front of you.
Update from Emmanuel Matari
Emmanuel was ecstatic to witness one of the first major Mara River crossings in June 2019. Approximately 2,000 wildebeest and zebra crossed point No10.
Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!
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