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Tracking the Wildebeest Migration

It's finally here! Reports from the  Masai Mara this morning suggest that the Wildebeest Migration from the Serengeti National Park (TZ) into the Masai Mara(KE) has started. This world celebrated African spectacle is one of the "Seven New Wonders of the World”.

You may be asking yourself, what makes this migration such a big deal?Well, there is no whereelse in the world where there is movement of animals as immense as the wildebeest migration, with over two million animals migrating from one side to the next, whilst crossing the Mara river where crocodiles wait on them to make a feast off the prey. The migration usually takes place in early July through to October, though this year it has come abit early!

"The front end has arrived, the view from tent 37 at Governors Camp this morning, it is a sea of wildebeest out there as the migration joins up with the resident wildebeest and covers the plains from the North East side of rhino ridge, Bila Shaka, Musiara Plains, North East and West of the Musiara Marsh and the Northern Masai Conservation Areas. " Ariana, Governors Camp reported.

Currently we have a great package to the Masai Mara, going at US$ 200 per person sharing for 2 nights and 3 days, including return transport from Nairobi, therfore take advantage of the offer and get to witness this world wonder!


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