Monday, 23 July 2012

Dear Friends,

The Season had started and every guide is ready for action in the maasai mara, after we finish the BBC series I had the chance to follow Acacia pride and they are doing well indeed,
There was a little had time when most of the wildebeest went out of the mara for the yearly migration but now they are back in the mara, Both Eastern Migration which is full on at Mara North and the Southern Migration at the moment near Sand River and TZ KN boundary,

We went on our Nomadic Mobile to Mara Conservancy for 7 days trip and had a chance to see the beginning of the Migration crossing Sand River.
During my stay viewing was amazing we meet up with the Mogoro female pride the cubs had made it though they look thin the great migration is here all is good.

We then got lucky to to see a few Cheetah, Leopards during our short trip, total we so 5 Cheetah and 6 leopards.
If you finish the Olipic and ready to meet up with our Big Cats book Nomadic mobile in September get ready to be with me at Mara Conservancy minimum  4 people 4 days or Max 6 people one week if your have time and days please if your interested speak to your local agent and book now before its full.

More to come on activities in the maasai Mara,

Salaams Jackson Looseyia.


Mike Attwood said...

If only that were possible Jackson I would be the first.

Anonymous said...

Jambo Jackson!I would love to come too but don't have the money :(
Great photos, as always
Take care, Apesey x

Anonymous said...

A trip like this is in my bucket list! i enjoy seeing your posts, keep them coming please!

Richard Trillo said...

Hi Jackson, great to follow your activities and views.
Can I ask: are you still guiding for Rekero as well as everything else?

Jackson Looseyia said...

Hi Richard,

I do not work for Rekero any more I am in Nomadic Encounters all the time.

Denise Kocourek said...

Hi Jackson,
I wonder if I might ask if the Marsh Pride's grown female cubs out of the Three Graces have been named?
And if Joy has returned to the core pride?

Anonymous said...

Ohhh what wonderful updates and glorious pictures, thank you for sharing. How I wish I could join you, but, alas...I'm wayyyy across the pond w/a short budget. Know I'm with you in spirit always!