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​According to our contributor, Africa Experience, on the Tanzanian side, one can see the majority of the herds are on their way to the Mara river through Kichwa Tembo Road.

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These photos were taken on the 30th of August 2021 and Reported by Ranger Safaris Guide Mkenda 
“We enjoy seeing wildebeest crossing the Mara River twice after waiting for an hour, it was great and mesmerizing to watch and then seeing the giraffes and elephants around the Mara River was awesome."

- Image by Ranger Safaris Guide: Mkenda
- Image by Ranger Safaris Guide: Mkenda
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On the 26th of August 2021, our reliable contributor Africa Experience sent us this lovely footage. These Wildebeest were seen close to the lookout point on the way to Ashnil Mara.

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This short video was sent in on the 21st of August 2021 by our new contributing partner Emboo Camps! The herds are in full motion at the Emboo River crossing point. Video credits: William Partois Ole Santian

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Started out with commotion confusion and so much dust. Until one of the greatest wildebeest migrations happened! Wow. This happened on Friday below look hill at U point crossing at around 16:40pm. What an amazing crossing! Thanks to our contributor The Africa Experience for the gorgeous update.

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This lovely footage was taken on the 18th of August at the lookout crossing from the Kenyan side! What a beautiful crossing.

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“At point number four, the groups are crossing,” Elia reports. We were in an excellent place and had a fantastic view of them. It was incredible to see some of the wildebeest leap from a riverbank that was almost six meters high!! What a moment we were able to capture! Video courtesy of Guide Elia.

We received this stunning image from an Instagram contributor. According to him, this crossing was spectacular and occurred in northern Serengeti, at crossing #4, close to the airstrip and ranger post. 

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Wildebeest migration scenes from 24th July at Lookout crossing point. They are now crossing the Mara River which is more challenging with incredibly steep banks and ferocious crocodiles laying low.
 

Mara River Crossings |  Governors Camp Collection
- Image by Simon Landolt and Governors Camp Collection
Mara River Crossings |  Governors Camp Collection
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Mara River Crossings |  Governors Camp Collection
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Mara River Crossings |  Governors Camp Collection
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Our trustworthy contributor Ranger Safaris, let us know that the Wildebeest Migration is continuing all along the Mara River. They started crossing from crossing number one up to crossing number eight yesterday. Video credits: Guide Mkenda from Northern Serengeti Kogatende.

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Our Instagram contributor, Tyron Walsh, says that this particular herd moved from crossing 8 and crossed around crossing no 7 on the 19th of July.

According to Tyron, witnessing this great migration movement was a dream come true.

 

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"The wildebeest migration is with us and our guests have witnessed some truly impressive crossings over the Mara River, since about the 19th of July.
These images (taken by Little Governors' Camp guide Moses Manduku), are of a crossing taking place at the Lookout area. The herds were heading from the Reserve into the Mara Triangle; due to high grass levels in both parts, their movement was slow even after crossing"

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- Image by (taken by Little Governors' Camp guide Moses Manduku)
- Image by (taken by Little Governors' Camp guide Moses Manduku)

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