In August 2018 I returned to Kenya for a photo safari and the Great Migration was supposed to be the highlight of it. Unfortunately very little wildebeest crossing was observed due to the heavier than usual rain in northern Tanzania. This created plenty of grass for the wildebeest to eat so they were not forced to migrate north is search of new grass.
This Photo Safari was held in the Maasai Mara National Reserve and it was lead by David Lloyd, an award-winning British wildlife photographer. I had a great time at the Entim Camp, and everyone there (drivers and camp staff) went overboard to offer us a great safari experience.
Even without the river crossings there was plenty of wildlife to take photos of, including the quite elusive leopard.
I also had the chance to visit a local Maasai Village to witness their welcome dances and tour the village.