The tail-end of the migration is now gathered at Kogatende on the Serengeti side and there are large herds of zebra and wildebeest braving the Mara River crossing into the Mara Triangle almost daily. Guests visiting &Beyond Klein’s Camp in the Serengeti and &Beyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp and Bateleur Camp in the Masai Mara are witnessing the drama on exciting full-day game drives. There are several herds now grazing the Loita plains, approximately 60 km from the Mara River.
FRIDAY FUN: What does a wildebeest eat when it’s not feeling well? Chicken gnudle soup.
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