Eco Travel Guide has linked up with Discover Africa Group to bring you exclusive wildlife interactions happening on the Mara/Serengeti through photographs and live footage
The link follows on from our report of the new web app launched by tailor-made safari operator Discover Africa, which enables one of nature’s most spectacular wildlife events to be tracked in real-time. See our story ‘Web app tracks herd migrations in real-time‘.
The first good rains have fallen in the Serengeti and with the expectant flush of grass, it is hoped that there will be a lot of movement back and forth over the Mara River when the herds move, looking for fresh grazing.
The above images show guests from the Lemala Kuria Hills, a permanent Serengeti Mara River Camp, watching as wildebeest bravely make their way across the crocodile-infested waters of the Mara River.
Watch how the wildebeest bravely cross the dangerous, crocodile-infested waters of the Mara River.
Watch out for more news and footage as it comes in.
Images and Video © Lemala Camps