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While there are no guarantees, the early sighting of the annual migration, where 1.7 million wildebeest go thundering across the plains, means it could be well worth snapping up a late booking to Kenya’s Masai Mara.  

With the herds already spotted making their way along the Western Corridor/Grumeti Reserves, they are likely to be entering the Mara by around the first week of July.

If you want to up your chances of viewing the greatest wildlife show on earth, check out our 13-day Kenya & Tanzania Camping Overland tour, as the 07 July departure is currently being discounted by 20%. 

The itinerary includes game drives in the game reserve, along with additional wildlife viewing in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater, and a relaxing beach stay on Zanzibar.

Prefer a safari with a few more creature comforts?  Try our Accommodated Overland tours…