Discover Africa Safaris Governors’ Camp

The Governors' Camp Collection is an award winning collection of safari camps and lodges in Kenya and Rwanda. They specialise in wildlife safaris and are located in some of Africa's most iconic wilderness areas.

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21 Jun 2021

In the Masai Mara, action has been witnessed at the key crossing point! This Zebra had previously been attacked while crossing the river, yet it managed to pass with an open belly and intestines hanging out on the other side. The Hyena ultimately joined the party and began attacking, but the crocodiles reappeared and reclaimed their prey. Amazing action photos! 

Zebra, crocodile and wild dog fighting in Mara River crossing
- Image by Simon Landolt
Zebra, crocodile and wild dog fighting in Mara River crossing
- Image by Simon Landolt
Zebra, crocodile and wild dog fighting in Mara River crossing
- Image by Simon Landolt
15 Jun 2021

This crossing, in particular, was taken by our contributing partner Governers' Camp at Paradise Point as the herds were heading into the Masai Mara.

Zebra Herd crossing river
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Zebras standing in herds
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05 Mar 2020

Resident Loita wildebeest are spread out in the northeast conservancies and no longer extend to the Loita Hills. The grass levels are palatable for the young calves in the northeast conservancies. 

There are no signs of the Serengeti wildebeest yet (still early days). They are more than likely still moving through the Serengeti, Naabi Hill and Maswa areas. The entire ecosystem has been regenerated to quite an extent due to heavy rainfalls from November 2019 until mid-February 2020. 

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