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July 20, 2015

Sleepless nights…but we aren’t complaining

Our Serengeti Safari Camp has just packed up and left the Western Corridor, following our bellowing friends north as they make their way towards the Mara. Our last guests in the Western corridor sites were truly spoilt! Wildebeest surrounded the camp for most of the last week and they gave a fantastic send off concert all through the last nights that the camp was in Musabi. Not much sleep, but no one was complaining. 

At the moment there are big herds further north in the Nyamalumba and Sand River areas and our camps  are witnessing some exciting crossings over the Sand River.

As if that weren’t enough, we are getting reports of plenty of cats and also rhino on game drives – oh, to be right in the thick of the action. Suppose someone has to do it… 

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Our Serengeti Safari Camp has just packed up and left the Western Corridor, following our bellowing friends north as they make their way towards the Mara. Our last guests in the Western corridor sites were truly spoilt! Wildebeest surrounded the camp for most of the last week and they gave a fantastic send off concert all through the last nights that the camp was in Musabi. Not much sleep, but no one was complaining. 

At the moment there are big herds further north in the Nyamalumba and Sand River areas and our camps  are witnessing some exciting crossings over the Sand River.

As if that weren’t enough, we are getting reports of plenty of cats and also rhino on game drives – oh, to be right in the thick of the action. Suppose someone has to do it… 

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