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If you looking for a crossing - there's one in action right now at No 2, Kogatende, Northern Serengeti.
Simon R Kiwale, Lemala Camps & Lodges resident guide is watching it all unfold.
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Broadcast from Kenya's Masai Mara using Periscope, Internet users from around the world were able to witness Africa's greatest wildlife event -- the great wildebeest migration -- live on their mobile phones, tablets and PCs from 29 September to 5 October 2015. And we say farewell to some Ausie friends who've enjoyed the Masai Mara over the last few days.
Follow on Twitter Like on Facebook We arrive in Nairobi, Kenya. A short 45-minute flight gets us to Governor's Camp on the banks of the Mara River. Members of a group of lions known as the Marsh Pride, made famous by wildlife film-makers Jonathan and Angela Scott in the BBC natural history serialisation Big Cat Diary, yawns having woken from an afternoon nap in the shade of a tree in Kenya' “The Mara never disappoints” - that saying was certainly true today.
We were on game drive from sunrise to sunset - 13 and a half hours.
We were rewarded with superb sightings of all three big cats: Leopard, Lion and Cheetah. While Carel and Stuart went on a morning game drive with wildlife photographer Lou Coetzer, Andre spent the morning enjoying Kichwa Tembo's peaceful and relaxing setting.
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Pete's Pond is a waterhole on Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana, Africa.
No crossings today, but they're definitely gathering in numbers on the East side of the river. Our first day on safari from Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp.