Reporting Date: 2nd October 2012
The King of lamai in its territory.
Ranger Godson and his guests saw the territorial male lion of lamai walking over his kingdom in a very contented manner . He had taken time to be away from his pride after a heavy lunch of a wildebeest. He moved from thicket to thicket in search of a good shady spot where he finally lay down to sleep.
View the table of sighted animals
Game Reports -
SBT - Daily Game Reports
Reporting Date: 27th September 2012
Wildebeests everywhere around camp.
The Serengeti bushtops camp has been turned into a wildebeest camp as thousands and thousands of this animals have taken over from the frequent elephant visits. After having crossed over from the mara afew weeks ago, these nomads of the grasslands which are now on their way to their ancestral breeding grounds of southern Serengeti have decided to make our camp as their stopping point. Everywhere the air is full of their grunting noises as they happily graze in the greener pastures that currently exists around the camp due to some recent rains. Predators like lions have not been left behind as they follow these animals for their breakfast lunch and sometimes dinner as a result of this, our guests have christened the camp as the “wildebeests camp”.
Reporting Date: 22.09.2012
The Sand river on the border between the Mara and the Serengeti is not a great challenge to the migrating herds of wildebeests as it is a seasonal river. But seeing these animals rushing down in long columns is spectacular. They run through the riverine bushes onto the sandy banks then into the river and out onto the open plains with a few zebras following them.
Reporting Date: 20.09.2012
Ranger Jaffery on a game drive with his guests witnessed a group of elephants crossing the sand river from the Maasai Mara into the Serengeti park. The ground was a little bit steep but they all managed to cross . Normally elephants would move between the two parks just like the wildebeests but their movement is not very conspicuous as they don’t move in larger groups like the wildebeest.
Reporting Date: 18.09.2012
Over the last few days we have witnessed large groups of wildebeests coming back into the Serengeti from the Maasai mara. The most highlight of this event is when they have to cross the Mara river. Ranger Jaffery and his guests witnessed a river crossing in double lines which was so spectacular. These animals formed two parallel lines in the waters. Luckily for them, there was no t a single crocodile in sight to feed on them.
Seite 14 von 35
Select the desired Camp: Mara Bushtops or Serengeti Bushtops