Animals are returning to cities, the ozone is repairing itself and the rivers are cleaning themselves up. How long it will last is anyone’s guess at this point.
The one great thing about the wildebeest migration is that it’s not really influenced by our human actions. The only difference right now is, they are roaming in a much quieter than normal space, but still facing the same hardships on a daily basis.
These guys are waiting to welcome you to their paradise – hopefully soon.
My blog posts have been a little behind schedule as I have spent so much time rescheduling bookings for my guests, ensuring they can still have a possible opportunity to travel in the next year. Therefore, I haven’t had much time to write long blogs. What I will do going forward is, add weekly updates to my Instagram and Facebook pages so that I can keep you all up to date more frequently.
In order to get a better idea of where the migration throughout the year is, you can have a look at my previous blog posts to better visualise their current location.
Your best possible opportunity to view the migration during April is by staying at &Beyond Serengeti under Canvas in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.