16 reasons why you should see the Great Migration in 2016

18 August 2016
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It is #magic, it is #incredible, it is #indescribable. Its The Annual Wildebeest Migration in Masai Mara. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. The #awe-inspiring Maasai Mara is what safari dreams are made of – rolling #grasslands, wide open #savannah and rich in wonderful African wildlife. Witness the incredible annual wildebeest migration between July and October as over a million animals thunder across the plains in search of water and grazing. Spot #predators such as #lions, #hyenas, #jackals and #vultures as they closely follow the trek. Experience a magical hot-air balloon safari – Drift the #dawn over the magnificent plains of the Masai Mara in a hot air balloon. Then enjoy on a champagne breakfast in the bush at the landing site, before returning to camp on a game drive. Experience the WONDER with us! Book Your 2016 #Great #Migration #Safari Now! #wildebeest #wildebeestmigration #magical #masaimara #balloonsafari #wonders_of_the_world #gamedrive #wildlife #champagne #bushbreakfast #african #the_great_migration #spectacular #bucketlist #bucketlistadventuret

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Watch as Ben Fogle follows the wildebeest during the Great African Migration at 9pm on Channel 5.

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#ndutu #tanzania #serengeti #nomadtanzania #wildebeestmigration #wildebeest

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