Serengeti in November

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Mar 28th, 2005, 10:25 AM
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Serengeti in November

We are planning a trip to Kenya/Tanzania in 1st 2 weeks of November. How is Serengeti at that time? It seems the northeast part is the better place to be, but is it worth it if we are also spending some time in Masai Mara? Or skip MM for Serengeti?
Any camps particularly good for this time?
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Mar 31st, 2005, 04:53 AM
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I agree with you that northeastern Serengeti in November is best. Kleins, Migration Camp, and Lobo Lodge are in the area. I've stayed at Lobo, the least expensive of those 3, and thought it was great. But Lobo is not a permanent tented camp. You might also want to consider mobile camping.

As to skipping the Mara, that might be a good choice to make the best of your time. It would depend on how many days you have and what else you wanted to do. The Mara is never bad, but would take a second to the Serengeti at this time of year.

Happy travels!
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