The Migration now enters Masai Mara

The migration of wildebeests and zebras have now entered the Mara. This has been confirmed today after a fact finding mission round the entry points along the Mara and Serengeti border. Though this is still in its’ initial stages, every indication shows that the stage is set for the world’s most fascinating wildlife spectacle. A

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Migration update: late July 2016

The concentration of the migrating herds is at two major areas, The Mara triangle, where most of the herds are at the moment and east towards Keekorok lodge. The other areas of eh reserve and conservancies have patchy herds. The Serengeti herds in the past week kept streaming into the Mara triangle, with heavy crossings

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Wildebeests Migration July 2016 update

Over the past week the migration in the Mara progression has been quite fast, with wildebeest covering quite some distance per day. The herds have already reached the central plains and still highly mobile. However, the herds have split up as usual with one herds heading due north and the other heading west from the

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Shoebill hunting at Mabamba Swamp, Entebbe

After our Gorilla and Chimps trekking safari recently, we decided to wind up the trip with a hunt of one of the special birds in Uganda; a shoebill. The best place to see them near Entebbe is Mabamba swamps. Mabamba Swamp is one of the best places in Uganda to spot the highly sought-after shoebill in its

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In the land of the gentle giants

On a recent safari, i had an opportunity to visit “Kilimanjaro Royal Court”, that is Amboseli national park. The safari was tailored to provide an opportunity to see and photograph big herds of Elephants. We were lucky with the weather and the Elephants never disappointed us. We stayed at Tortilis camp, and this gave us

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