Update from Miracle Experience Balloon Safaris
Safari guide Hasnain Sajan captured the Great Migration heading towards Fort Ikoma and the Lobo Valley.
The wildlife spectacle of the Wildebeest Migration thunders through Lobo twice a year, including July and August (during the northward migration) and September through November (during the southward migration). During this time visitors can witness thousands of wildebeest and zebra attract hungry predators and scavenging vultures.
Jim Kirklin saw one of the most awe-inspiring scenes he has ever encountered!
He spent a few days with the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti. He was fortunate to witness thousands of wildebeest crossing the Mara River for hours. Before momentum kicked in, they seemed to be confused about which side of the river they wanted to be on – A group would go across, wait a few minutes then go back, and so on. That led to traffic jams with the wildebeest going both ways at the same time.
Safari guide Frank Gabriel captured a large herd of the wildebeest crossing point number 3 from Northern to Southern Serengeti.
Lemala Mara is set under shady trees in the heart of the Northern Serengeti‘s best game viewing area, giving you front-row seats as the wildebeest and zebra herds make their way to the crocodile-infested Mara River.
Mega crossings are still happening on both sides of the border! Safari guide Johnathan Koikai captured two separate crossings at Lookout and Kaburu area.
Thank you to Herd Tracker for this week’s update!
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