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Safaris both Northern and Southern Tanzania - feasible?

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hey all,

my fiance and i are planning our honeymoon to south africa and tanzania in august 2012.

we plan to stay in tanzania for 9 nights and are quite confused about how to go about choosing which game reserve/national park to go to. according to some reports, the serengeti migration may not be the best in august as the herd will be moving towards kenya (?) by then. Interested in selous/ruaha because of the boat safaris and supposedly less crowded but more chances of spotting big 5 and such.

ive been reading the posts in this site and everyone's been really helpful and informative. however, i haven't seen any post regarding the feasibility of going to both northern and southern tanzania at one go.

is it possible and practical and worth while to go to serengeti in the north, and selous and ruaha in the south -- within the above mentioned time span.

if not feasible, where should we go?

any and all advise/recommendations will be greatly appreciated!

many thanks.

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