The Migration Update – April 2012

Posted by in Africa, East Africa, Kenya, Safari, Tanzania | April 09, 2012

The Migration is a spectacle, that everyone should experience at least once in their lives!

In the last days the majority of the migration was back in the Ndutu area with their calves. Thousands of wildebeest and zebra are also around Ubuntu South.
Olakira guests are perfectly placed driving towards Ubuntu location (Ubuntu closed for the season this week).

Naboisho Camp in Kenya reported thousands of wildebeest (image) and zebra arriving from the Loita Plains, filling the grassland plains and providing guests with perfect migration images.
These herds do not normally reach the Reserve and are confined to conservancies to north of the Mara.

The Great Migration is often shown as an annual event around August and September, but the experts know that this is a continuous year-round cycle driven by rain and the need to move towards better grazing.

To help you to find the best locations and camps, making sure that you won’t miss these amazing phenomena, Mama Cheetah designed 6 sample itineraries.
From 10 to 12 days, between Kenya, North & South of Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, you will find a variety of exciting safari options that can even end in the turquoise waters of Zanzibar.

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