The Great Migration | June – November

Michael Thomas our head guide, budding photographer and filmmaker has been in the Serengeti since the beginning of the Wildebeest’s annual migratory cycle near our Serian’s Serengeti Lamai camp. He has been successfully documenting some incredible river crossings amongst other things, see for yourself below:

Including some fantastic river crossing footage:

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