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We returned to the Serengeti in July especially to capture the migration and we were well rewarded. Along with the wildebeest there are many other animals that tag along, zebra, buck etc. However, it is the scavengers that are well rewarded as the migration moves through. This wildebeest carcass was left unattended and this committee (yes that is the collective noun) of vultures squabbled amongst each other to claim dominance in a what looked like a well choreographed dance.
Our first night was in a tented chalets at the Mbalageti safari camp overlooking the Mbalageti River Corridor. The lodge is perched on the side of the hill with views over the endless planes. Not only was our chalet absolutely beautiful, four poster bed, luxury bathroom with a bath with a view over the plains, we were treated to a spectacular sunset from our balcony.
My main reason for returning to Serengeti this year, was to see some of The Great Migration, as we were just not far enough north last year. We had the most incredible guide, Bariki, who was determined to find us some wildebeest....and he did. This was one of the first sightings, we saw 1000's more over the next few days.
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