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Tourists Flock Kenya to Watch Wildebeests
The migration, determined mostly by climatic patterns, has coincided with the sprouting of long lush green and golden grass in the savannah, the result of rains that have recently fallen over the area.
An estimated 1.5 million wildebeests cross the Mara River in the months of June to August to graze and to mate, before returning to the Serengeti in the late October to November. As many as 500,000 zebra precede them.
Hotels in the park and the surrounding conservancies as well Narok town, which is the gate-way to the resort, have recorded full bookings.
By JeanPublished on July 26, 2011 · Filed under: Uncategorized;