discoverafrica 16 November 2016

Makgadikgadi Pans is home to the second largest zebra migration in the world. Every year, up to 25,000 zebras move in herds across the plains - from the Okavango to the Makgadikgadi Pans, a journey of more than 150 miles.

The Botswana zebra migration was discovered by accident when a team doing research noted that some of the GPS-collared zebra migrated from parts of the Okavango Delta all the way to the Makgadikgadi grasslands.

If you’re looking to join the adventure and visit Botswana safari - here are 10 reasons why you should experience Botswana’s Makgadikgadi zebra Migration.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remembering this gorgeous place... @meno_a_kwena #zebramigration #makgadigadi #botswana #sunset #Africa #zebra

A photo posted by Rachel Lang (@bushboundgirl) on

 

 

 

White with black stripes or black with white stripes? #zebramigration #safari #serengheti #tanzania

A photo posted by Jessica Verver (@jessverver) on

 

 

Meno-ing times #botswana #lostinbots #zebramigration @khakiclare

A photo posted by Tempe Adams (@tempe.adams) on

 

 

#localspa #zebramigration #marvelsofnature #gamedrive #tarangire #nationalpark #tanzania

A video posted by Katya Zhitskaya (@zhitsinlondon) on

 

 

What does the Zebra say? #zebrasounds #jetlag

A video posted by Kathleen Rellihan (@k_rellihan) on


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