Tag Archive 'Great migration'

At the moment the Great Migration is in Tanzania, on the southern Serengeti plains to be precise. It’s calving season too, which means around 400,000 wildebeest calves will be born in just 45 days! The wildebeest mothers carry their babies for around eight months as they make their way around the 1,000 miles of their […]

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The Africa Exclusive office was certainly buzzing yesterday morning as we all discussed our favourite parts of Wednesday night’s Africa episode! We’re all itching to get back to Africa. If you’ve been left feeling inspired too, we’ve listed a great place to stay to match some of the highlights from the programme below: Elephants in […]

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During the annual Great Migration a huge two million wildebeest embark on 800km round trip beginning in Tanzania’s Southern Serengeti and finishing in the north of the Masai Mara in Kenya. No other animals in the bush can keep going for such long distances so we had to give the gold medal for marathon running […]

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A Kenya safari to the Masai Mara

A Kenya safari is a great place for those who are planning their first safari or a family safari.  It is very accessible and has a very good tourist infrastructure, without compromising on the wildlife.  It is one of the last remaining true wilderness regions in Africa – with beautiful, classic East African safari scenery […]

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