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Gran Migración, Kenya


One of the main attractions for nature lovers are the great migrations that remain today. There are all kinds of them, mammals, birds, whales, fish, vertical migrations, etc.

Animals continue to travel the planet in search of food and a better climate to give birth or help their young to grow with better climatic conditions, and this in Africa translates into something immense and spectacular.

Possibly the best-known migration is the year-round migration to the Serengeti grasslands in Tanzania or the Masai Mara in Kenya of a herbivore known as wildebeest or wildebeest, but it is far from the only one.

In Zambia we have 2 large migrations, the bats that every November will come down from Congo to Kasanka, to eat fruits or the second largest migration of wildebeest in Africa, which happens in the Liuwa National Park between December and November.

South Africa offers us other great spectacles, such as the Antarctic humpback whales pass to the north, in search of warmer waters, between June and October, the arrival of millions of sardines to its coasts between April and July and finally it houses one of the 6 colonies of the world of Alcatraz del Cabo, which go to raise chickens.

In Botswana you can enjoy the longest migration in Africa, the zebras that flock to the Boteti River, in search of fresh grass between the months of January and April.

Finally, we must not forget the migration of flamingos, who flock to Lakes Bogoria in Kenya and Lake Natron in Tanzania every year.

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