Wet, wet, and more wet
There is no better way to describe April in the Serengeti. The long rains arrived and the plant and wildlife of Singita Grumeti received more than their fair share of hydration. Although the watery landscape limited access to many areas of the reserve there was still plenty of interesting and exciting activity, on a daily basis.
Sabora Tented Camp
Sabora was the place to be for game viewing in April. Large herds of topi, zebra, eland and buffalo could be seen on the plains around the camp. In addition to the high volume of general game, you could have bet your bottom dollar that all the interesting wildlife action was to take place around Sabora.
Download the full wildlife report here: Singita Grumeti Wildlife Report April 2013
- Average minimum 21.2˚C (70.1˚F)
- Average maximum 16.1˚C (60.9˚F)
- Minimum recorded 0.0˚C (0˚F)
- Maximum recorded 0˚C (0˚F)
- Sasakwa 245 mm
- Sabora 229 mm
- Faru Faru 161 mm
- Samaki 367 mm
- Risiriba 142 mm