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An enormous group of wildebeest are scattered throughout the Sopa Area all the way to the Ololaimutia gate in the Maasai Mara National Reserve. 

Credit: Co-founder, Michael Wachira

- Image by Michael Wachira
- Image by Michael Wachira
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16 Aug 2018 from Tereza

Tereza was amazed when she sighted the herds crossing the Mara River in the Serengeti during her morning game drives. 

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Safari guide Sammy Kaleku saw hundreds of wildebeest crossing over to the Mara Triangle side, Mara Reserve. 

- Image by Sammy Kaleku
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Earlier today, Onesmus witnessed the arrival of a huge herd on the Masai Mara side from the Northern Serengeti, Mara River. 

- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
- Image by Onesmus Ole Irungu
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Big crossing continues in the Northern Serengeti! Safari guide Elia Edward witnessed thousands of wildebeest crossing point number 7 in the Mara River. 

- Image by Elia Edward
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Safari guide Kaelo Jonathan captured a large herd of the wildebeest migration crossing the Sand River on the Kenyan side. 

- Image by Kaelo Jonathan
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A big herd of the wildebeest migration was seen crossing point number 4 to the Kenya border (the cars opposite the river is the Kenyan border)

Credit: Head safari guide, Karim Saadun

- Image by Karim Saadun
- Image by Karim Saadun
- Image by Karim Saadun
- Image by Karim Saadun
- Image by Karim Saadun
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The Great Migration in scattered across the Topi and Keekorok area in the Maasai Mara. More herds are coming through the San driver direction. 

Credit: Co-founder, Michael Wachira

- Image by Michael Wachira
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After some rain in the Serengeti, some of the herds that crossed the Mara River northwards are now moving south again. However, a big number of herds was seen in the Posse Plains area of the Masai Mara heading towards the Mara Triangle. 

Credit: Safari guide, Paul Kirui

- Image by Paul Kirui
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