Kenya is set for a flock of tourists between months of July & September as the twin wildlife migrations will be taking place in the same season. The wildebeest migration is one of the top attractions in Africa and also “Wonder of the World” and rightly so as it features a mass migration of thousands wildebeest along with zebras and gazelles from Serengeti in Tanzania to Maasai mara in Kenya in search of pastures while the whale migration is also another spectacular scene that sees hundred of humpback whales swim from the Antarctic to Kenya to breed in the tropical waters of East Africa.
Though the wildebeest migration has over shadowed the whale migration for years since they all happen around the same seasons but this doesn’t mean you can not watch both species in a single tour as this has been made possible by Tristar Africa Skimmer Safaris, one of the most trusted and reliable safari companies that organizes private Kenya safaris and tours to Rwanda & Uganda. We can create an itinerary based on a trip to Maasai Mara park then tyransfer to Malind-Watamu Marine national reserve to watch the whales. We will ensure we book the right accommodation in both parks to get you closer to the action no matter what time of the day.
These migrations are rear and so a chance to witness two of them during a safari is a once in a life time opportunity that shouldn’t pass you by. You can book a safari in Kenya with us during these three months and stand a chnce of witness to of the most spectacular wildlife migrations in Africa.
I really look forward to visiting Kenya nd watching the wildebeests and whales journey and search fpor new breeding grounds. I will keep you posted with some pictures of course.