The annual Great Migration, the greatest show on earth never seizes to amaze us. Millions of wildebeest along with thousands of zebras and a host of other antelope traverse on mass from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara, on a quest to find food and water. But, to get a front row seat to all the wildlife action we rely on the expertise of guides.
The average person’s office is just a small cubicle and if you are lucky enough a window with a view, but there are the lucky few that get to call the Serengeti grasslands their office. We caught up with a guide, Douglas Nagi from Cottars 1920s camp to chat about the Great Migration action in the Serengeti.