Masai Mara National Park Part 2
I have published my first print book!
The Road Chose Me Volume 1: Two years and 40,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina
In the afternoon we roam to the Southern boundary of the park, and actually cross a post marking the International border with Tanzania. I won’t be getting a stamp in my passport for today’s crossing.
Here in the South there are tens of thousands of Wildebeest (maybe more) in huge, huge herds, slowly grouping up to cross the river. I’m late for the migration, though there are still many animals, and my guide says a bunch did cross just yesterday. It’s a stunning sight, and the cross and hippos in the river add to the whole scene, straight out of National Geographic.
As we roam around we spot so many lion prides I stop taking photos – yes, really. There is simply so much wildlife here it’s staggering, and easily more than anywhere else I have been on the continent.
As the heat sets it we checkout a high overlook of the park and explore more and more remote corners, soaking in the time.
Absolutely do not miss the Masi Mara!