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With the dust brewing in far northern Serengeti, you would have thought that there has not been any rain for months. Wrong! There have been some incredibly heavy rain storms; the type that blows camps away The Mara and Sand Rivers are still flowing fast, and water depths vary in between the rain. The main staple in the north­ cross ings galore! We are talking several on most days , and for several hours at time in many cases. The herds remain in what appears as confus ion, back and forth across the raging croc-infested waters. I w ouldn't want to be them-but I do want to sit and w atch!

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There is nowhere in the w orld like T anzania, and there is nowhere in the w orld like the predators of T anzania. On a typical safa ri( you w ould be hard pressed not to see them all on display! lion, eopa rd, cheetah, hyena, serv al cat black-backed jacka and the elus ive caracal. From the air, 1those endless rolling plains look empty, but get down on the g round for game driv ing, and 'wow' there they are. T he lean sfretch of a cheetah, tlie cunning of a lioness on the prowl, the glo ry of a leopard and a cheeky hyena waiting in the wings for his turn at the carcass. Wh the migration in town, these predators put on a phenomenal display You have to see tt to believe-the far-off roar of a terrttorial male lion at night puts tt all into perspective Indeed they are the king of the ]ungle'

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You asked,and we listened. Ehlane Plains is on tt's way, earlier than expected The eastern plains of the Serengeti are wild and remote,full of predators and full of wide open African skies. That's why at Ehlane Plains Camp we have developed two stargazer tents ,set high but with easy access back inside if a comfort stop is required (or your nerves in!) Opening on 15th January 2018,we are ready to share with you he magic of the migration on the eastern plains and the stunning resident species This camp is comfortable,unique and ready to impress