Map of the Mara indicating the current location of the wildebeests
The wildebeest migration has changed a lot. Most of the wildebeest are now on the Mara triangle and some to the north east around Musiara marsh. The Loita migration herds, consisting mainly of zebras arrived at Musiara area two weeks ago. They stayed in that area but for the past one week have been heading south west to paradise crossing point at the Mara river to cross over to the Mara triangle. Once across, these herds have been heading further on towards Enkoikwaatet salt lick. This is where the highest concentration of herds is at the moment.
Over the past two weeks, the sunsets/sunrises have been providing great photographic opportunities. We also had great predator sightings with Olve the leopard taking the opportunity to bring down a couple of young calves. The crocodiles have also been active at crossings.