We went to see the Great Migration which was not like a cattle drive but you just saw wildebeest grazing wherever you looked. We caught the last few days as the animals continued north into Kenya.

The Singita ‘tented’ camp is only technically ‘camping’ – it has plumbing, bath, indoor shower, outdoor shower, swimming pool, bar and sitting room.

Food was very good, what I would call superior ‘gastro pub’ food such as a really good hamburger.

Good staff and extremely interesting game drives – lots of animals in addition to the migrating wildebeest and zebra (gazelles, impala, waterbuck, lions, cheetah, elephant, hyena).


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