Mnemba Island Lodge: A tropical island paradise in every sense of the word, Mnemba Island is a blissful piece of heaven situated just off the northern tip of Zanzibar surrounded by the crisp blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Contact Timeless Africa Safaris to plan your luxury trip to Africa: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mnemba Island Lodge: A haven for no more than 20 guests at a time, as well as a team of warm hospitable staff that inhabit this island, Mnemba is a private island with this very sole purpose - to make you feel as if you have fallen off the edge of the world and landed in your very own paradise. Contact Timeless Africa Safaris to plan your luxury trip to Africa: email@example.com
Mnemba Island Lodge: Sparkling white coral sand shelves into shallow turquoise waters. Waders step in the shallows, pink ghost crabs scuttle to and fro and green turtles nest at the top of the beach. Contact Timeless Africa Safaris to plan your luxury trip to Africa: firstname.lastname@example.org
SERENGETI UNDER CANVAS These luxurious tented camps move year round, bringing guests within reach of the Great Migration and exploring remote, beautiful corners of the Serengeti with excellent resident game. Using only private campsites, these migratory camps are entirely intimate and exclusive, featuring Tanzania’s most spacious safari tents, each with double bed, ensuite bathroom, separate w.c. and al fresco bucket shower. Contact us: email@example.com to plan your adventure to the…
Widely recognised as Kenya’s best-loved safari camp, Kichwa Tembo Masai Mara Tented Camp nestles below the Oloololo Escarpment of the Great Rift Valley, affording spectacular views of the Masai Mara’s game-filled plains and the Sabaringo River. Located on the path of the Great Migration, the camp is well appointed to allow guests to be a part of this annual phenomenon. The camp comprises forty spacious tents, twelve of them luxury suites. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The wildebeest are the migration – there is neither start nor finish to their endless search for food and water, as they circle the Serengeti- Mara ecosystem in a relentless sequence of life and death. The only beginning is the moment of birth and the only end, the moment of death.
By late October, when the first of the short rains are falling on the Serengeti’s short-grass plains, filling seasonal waterholes and bringing new flushes of growth, the wildebeest start heading south again.