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andBeyond update from Klein’s, Lobo and Grumeti areas

13 Jul 2015 by andBeyond

Morning Carel,

There has been yet another splitting of the herds, with mass gatherings of wildebeest still grazing in the north-eastern reaches of the Serengeti, while others have made their way to the Western Corridor.

There are approximately 10,000 wildebeest between Lobo and Bologonja, within very close range of andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas and andBeyond Klein’s Camp. These herds are slowly heading north towards the Mara River, where they will soon brave the world-famous, nail-biting Mara crossings. 

Over in the Western Corridor, the roaming herbivores have made it as far as the Masira and Kirawira Hills, mere metres away from andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp. 

Images courtesy of andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp Ranger, Moses Mhina.

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Wildebeest grazing in the northeastern Serengeti - Image by Moses Mhina
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10,000 wildebeest between Lobo and Bologonja - Image by Moses Mhina
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Zebra close to Kirawira Hills - Image by Moses Mhina
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Herds close to the andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Camp - Image by Moses Mhina
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