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Before its old news…annual wildebeest update

Before its old news…annual wildebeest update

Great sightings and current information is what our travel advice blog is about. One of our incoming clients who is getting married today “ hongera (congratulations) goes out to Karthik and Aparna who will be arriving in country in a little under 2 weeks. Mentioned in his last mail to me; “ Chris can you […]

The slow pace of Safari and the magic moments thereafter…

The slow pace of Safari and the magic moments thereafter…

Green season in Tanzania is commonly known as “Low Season” this should not be translated to a bad season or a period not to plan a wildlife safari through the Northern safari circuit as it can hold many highlights without it being all go, go, go in order to tick off the next species on […]

For those who wait the rewards are endless – ‘low season’ A special time in the bush

For those who wait the rewards are endless – ‘low season’ A special time in the bush

This season has brought unforeseen events mainly due to unpredictable weather conditions from late last year.

Going now, the last front-row seats to the Great Migration…

Going now, the last front-row seats to the Great Migration…

The Great Migration is currently enjoying greener pastures on the Kenya side of Serengeti in the Maasai Mara but as the seasons begin to change the sound of pounding hoof and mooing of thousands will begin to fill the air as the annual migration will begin to make its way in a clockwise direction back […]

The wildebeest Migration heads Northward

The wildebeest Migration heads Northward

Straight out of the depths of the Serengeti plains from Bush2Beach driver guide Simon Kimaro: “There is no grass just black dots!!” .

He reports that the annual Wildebeest Migration has now left the Ndutu area, travelling up through Moro Kopjes heading in the direction of Western Corridor.

Great Migration update

Great Migration update

Since my last shout-out there have been some new developments not only in the parks but here in Arusha and the surrounding lands. The heavens have been rumbling now for the last 4 days with some pretty extensive down pours that have actually continued throughout the night slowing to a pita pata at around 09.30 the following day.