In September, you can still see the move of the century - the crossing of the Mara River!
The annual migration of the Masai Mara River at the junction of Kenya and Tanzania, you know how lucky!
Kenya, which arrived on September 10th, thought that this time there was no animal migration, because the general migration of animals was concentrated in July and August, and a car friend was waiting here on the Masai Mara River. I didnt see it for a week. I didnt expect that we only went to one day and could actually see it.
I was originally planning to drive Kenya by myself, but considering that because I am watching wild animals, I dont know where there are wild animals in the unfamiliar people. It is easy to miss a lot of wonderful things, and finally I chose a chartered car. In terms of the results, this decision is too correct, because the locals will have a walkie-talkie communication. Once the animals are found, they will tell other drivers at any time, everyone will come quickly, so this is why we can see so many animals. , Africa's five hegemons, wildebeest migration, lion hunting, I saw everything I wanted to see.
So, if you come to Kenya, Tanzania, Africa to travel to see animals, it is recommended to charter a car, but if you go to North Africa, it is very suitable for self-driving, the road conditions can still be
A must-see wildlife migration The Paradise of the Heavens in the East African prairie
The Tanzanian Prairie is known as the last habitat of large-scale wildlife on the planet, where a natural event takes place every year. Spectacles - Millions of animals travel thousands of kilometers around the world for food and water, and between Tanzania and Kenya.
East African prairie h
East African prairie across Tanzania and Kenya, bounded by the Mara River, almost 90% of which are in the Serengeti country of Tanzania The park, while the rest belongs to the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya.
The migration of animals
The migration of animals is roughly divided into 3 waves. According to the order of the foods that you like to eat, it is generally the zebras who like to eat the green grass tips. The wildebeests that eat oatmeal, and finally the gazelle, because they want to eat the tender seedlings that have just grown out after other animals have finished eating.
In fact, the animal migration is not only two months, it is a collective action that spans a whole year - from June until May, but from July to September is East Africa The climax of the great migration is also known as a wonderful part - a million horns crossing the Mara River.
Mala River is a gateway that animals must pass every year when they migrate.
Generally speaking, the wildebeest will look for the best time to avoid the crocodile and hippo. When a pioneer rushes over, all the wildebeest will start running until it is safe to cross the river. The lower part of the foot, and this spectacular scene is called "the paradise of heaven."
I didn't catch up with the best time to watch the Wildebeest crossing the river, but I was fortunate to have recorded a scene of a group of wild horses crossing the river.
The hotel we stayed in was the tent hotel on the Mara River. It has the best view of the migration of animals, the original architectural style of the interior plus The vast East African prairie outside the window.
I strongly recommend that you live here. If you are fortunate enough to see the "Heavenly Cross", it will be even more perfect!
Masai Mara Tianhe Zhidu, the animal migration must be seen once in life!
On the East African plateau, southern Kenya and northern Tanzania have a vast prairie, the world's largest wildlife habitat. There are millions of the world's largest zebra and wildebeest groups. Just like locusts, wherever they go, the grass does not stay, so this group will continue to roll-migrate on this prairie and complete a tour every year.
This team will have a Mala River interception route when they pass through the Masai Mara Prairie. They will turn their backs and rush to the other side of the grass.
Masai Mara is the most concentrated habitat of animals and the most colorful wilderness. Wild animals such as lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes and zebras are endless. Here, people and nature, people and animals live in harmony, the unique original culture, the wonderful scenery of the grassland sunrise and sunset, can make the modern people who have lived in the city forget all the pressures and troubles, fully integrated into the wonderful nature. Feel the ease and happiness of a return. The
mara River is home to many Nile crocodiles and hippos and is the lifeblood of wild mammals. Here, the worlds most spectacular wildlife migration, the Mala River Crossing, takes place every year. At that time, you can see thousands of wildebeests marching forward and seeing the spectacular scenes of the Mara River from the wide-mouthed mouth of Hippo, and experiencing the natural selection and survival of the fittest in the animal world.
To say that you like the original ecological tour, you can find the world, and the African desert is definitely not to be missed. Looking for Africa to see wild animals is of course the first choice in Kenya on the East African plateau. Among the more than 50 national parks in Kenya, the Masai Mara is the most famous.
Why? One of the most important reasons is that in the July and August of each year, millions of zebras and wildebeests migrated. The scene of crossing the river is very spectacular. Friends who like animals will definitely see it on TV more than once. The exhilarating scenes are always immersed in the situation and witnessed it quickly.
Masai Mara National Park is one of Kenya's most attractive attractions. As you follow the locals to visit here, there is no chance of intimate contact with animals. However, when thousands of zebras and wildebeests rush along the vast grasslands, the scene is spectacular.
Groups of wildebeests, galloping in the grasslands. Elephants with huge bodies, walking through the woods, watching these magical animals in jeep are incredibly memorable.