The Migration of wildebeest happens once a year in the Mara-Serengeti Ecosystem. A marvelous spectacle of big black and beautiful creatures we call wildebeest with the occasional zebra or antelope that stretch as far as the eyes can see all locomoting in unison and why we still are yet to find out. It’s a sight that is sure to remain in your memory for years to come once you pay a visit to Tangulia Mara camp in the Maasai Mara, Kenya.
Imagine waking up in the wild. Right at the center of a wildebeest migration. Instead of your usual preparation for the office and hustle and bustle of the city you are welcomed with the music of the Mara. You wake up with a smile on your face remembering that you are in Narok Kenya, at Tangulia Camp in the Maasai Mara. Nothing is a rush today, we’ll just take it easy. You head over to the dining area to try out some Kenyan dish you just heard but could not pronounce and someone swore to you that it tastes like an orgasm in your mouth. You have your breakfast and in a short while after some relaxing and refreshing, it’s time to hop on safari van and go for a game drive that you will never forget. Today is special for you for it is your first time and you are more that excited. Of course, it would be a taboo to forget your camera and binoculars. You get inside the vehicle, the driver starts the car and we are off to go. With the help of expert tour guide renown the world over – Jackson Looseyia – we are going to witness on of the wonders of the world, the wildebeest migration like nowhere else in the Mara.
Oh, we are in luck. Tangulia Mara Camp right in the middle of the wildebeest path. Since Tangulia Mara is the Mara open plains right next to the river crossing we could pick a better spot for our camp. The Mara crossing takes up to 15 minutes for all the majestic black creatures to make their way through the river. Lucky for you, we are only 5 minutes away from all the action and it took you the blink of an eye to get there.
Indeed it was a special day and a special year for this year we witnessed one of the greatest and special migrations in over 20 years. Many memories were made this past year. From the crocodile,s teeth sinking into the Wildebeest’s neck to the wildebeest giving birth right in the middle of the migration, it was a moment to remember. And better yet all these moments spent with friends or family and the wonderful warm-hearted people you will find at Tangulia Mara
Last year was one of best migration I have seen in 20 years,
– Jackson Looseyia,
Welcome to Tangulia Mara lets explore together.