Last year this time I was driving the Serengeti, taking in the significance of nature and the wildebeest migration, being humbled by the beauty and truly spoilt by the luxury of the Lodges I stayed at. I was also been eaten alive by the TseTse fly – but lets leave that out for the sake of romance.
Every year over a million wildebeest and half a million zebra and antelope migrate north from the Serengeti to the adjoining Masai Mara in search of good and water. These are some of the sites that I captured:
Thundering hooves and dust as they arrive on the plains, exhausted and hungry!
Resting and eating and making babies under the acacia trees.
Dazzles of Zebra everywhere. There is some great information at www.wildwatch.com/great_migration