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The wildebeests migration now enters Masai Mara
A report by Professional safariguide Paul Kirui.''I am happy to report that the wildebeests have now entered the Mara! Though this is still in its’ initial stages, every indication shows that the stage is set for the world’s most fascinating wildlife spectacle.  Welcome and join us in the arena….
 
A herd of a few thousands wildebeest have crossed the border near sand river gate. They have been seen over the past one-week taking their traditional route towards Roan hill. Some have already moved all the way towards Hamerkop area. The plains now between Sand River, Roan Hill and Keekorok lodge is teeming with the first herds that have moved into the area. The first animals arrived about 6 days ago.
 
 Their movement however is slower because of the amount of grass in their way. Since May we have continued having intermittent rains which has made the plains covered in long green grass. This is expected to slow the migration movement north. Looking onto the Serengeti from the sand river, one can see isolated herds of zebra and wildebeest heading north though reluctantly. We anticipate this concentration to build as the herds push up north into the Mara.
 
 
A fellow guide in Grumeti area, has informed me that the migrating herds have taken two wings one wing heading north from Grumeti area to the west and the eastern wing is the one now moving into the Mara. A lot is now expected to happen in the following weeks and months as the wildebeests concentration intensify.''
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Good News On Kenya Government Regarding Tourism Industry.
Security is integral to quality tourist experiences. To this end, KTF works closely with the tourism trade and relevant public institutions to monitor and mitigate security risks to tourists in the country to safeguard them as well as promote their legitimate rights.
KTF hosted 35 tourism & travel professionals responsible for security, operations and transport to a two day training on security and road safety. The training was held at Nairobi Safari Walk on 16th - 17th February.
The training was facilitated by a diverse panel of experts in the field of security drawn from the Kenya Police, National Transportation Safety Authority, National Counter Terrorism Center, KWS, Tourism Regulatory Authority and Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) champions.
Addressing the forum, TPU reiterated that the industry through the respective trade associations is integral to addressing current security & safety challenges especially those related to ethics and standards. It is in this regard that TPU recommends that all operators belong to duly licensed trade associations of ethical standing and that have in place a code of ethics and standards.
The training concluded with certification of successful participants, presided by KWS Assistant Director for Marketing, Paul Mbugua.
KTF is scheduled to host similar trainings in various regions across the country. The next scheduled training will be held in Mombasa.
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