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Migration on the Move: 23 June
June 23, 2016
The mega herd remains split, with half of the Great Migration grazing the Grumeti region of the Western Corridor, and the other half already positioned in the northern reaches of the Serengeti and spilling over into the Masai Mara.
Guests visiting the luxurious &Beyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp, as well as our two semi-permanent &Beyond Serengeti Under Canvas camps, are literally in the midst of all the action. Not only are guests witnessing the start of the exciting Grumeti River crossings, but
Migration on the Move: 17 June – Part 2
June 20, 2016
This second udpate will focus on the northern reaches of the Serengeti and the southern Mara plains, where guests at &Beyond Klein’s Camp, &Beyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp and &Beyond Bateleur Camp are also all witnessing the mighty herds.
The Great Migration’s ‘other half’ – an estimated half a million hungry herbivores – have steadily made their way up north and are now grazing the palatable plains near the
Sand River, northwest of Bologonja and over into the &Beyond Klein’s
Migration on the Move: 17 June – Part 1
The splitting of the mega herd means that there is now plenty of action on both sides of the Serengeti/Mara ecosystem and guests at SIX of our properties in Tanzania and Kenya are currently witnessing the unforgettable Great Migration in all its bucket-list glory.
This udpate will focus on the Western Corridor, where enormous herds are now grazing and new groups of grunting gnus continue to join them daily. They are dominating the Maji Mbele plains just northeast of Masira Hill
Migration on the Move: 6 June
June 7, 2016
It’s all happening at Grumeti! The ever-roaming mega herd has taken up residence on the lush Grumeti plains, a mere 20 km from the Grumeti airstrip, which is just five mintues from the luxurious &Beyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp.
There are wildebeest and zebra as far as the eye can see, stretching from Nyasori and throughout the Musabi Plains. &Beyond’s two semi-permanent Serengeti Under Canvas camps are also perfectly positioned in the Grumeti region, within close range of all the action.
It’s All About Second Chances!
June 3, 2016
As a result of the devastating drought in Botswana this summer, eight cheetah came into conflict on farmlands in the vicinity of the Okavango Delta. In a concerted effort to offer the cheetah a second chance at life, the farmers in conjunction with the Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Cheetah Conservation Botswana, Vetswana, Botswana’s Swamp Lions Project, Thakadu Bush Camp and the &Beyond Botswana team all came together and worked to relocate the cheetah to the Okavango Delta.