Wildebeest Migration in Masai Mara Game Reserve
The Masai mara turns green after the rains and by now the wildebeest herds are on the way to Masai mara having been triggered to move by the lighting and thunder up north in the Mau hills. The more than 1.3 million wildebeests, a quarter of a million zebras and over 300,000 gazelles start an epic 3000 km trek across two countries of Kenya and Tanzania and passing through Serengeti, Masai mara and Ngorongoro parks. Nothing will stop the annual wildebeest migration from happening each year, not the raging flooded river, neither the 18ft nile crocodiles nor the marauding big cats of the Masai mara can stop this wonder of the world phenomena.
The Maasai mara wildebeest migration happens every year between July and October like clockwork. Great annual wildebeest migration also attracts hundreds of tourists to witness the great mara river crossing stampede and t track the animals across the plains of the Masai mara game reserve.
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