Tanzania in March?

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Sep 17th, 2005, 05:31 AM
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Tanzania in March?

I am about to book a safari through Africa Adventures for about 2.5 weeks in March. The itinerary is for Southern Serengeti/Ngorongoro and surrounds, finishing up in Zanzibar for some scuba. Is March the right time to do this? I am just nervous that all the animals will be having a ball somewhere other than where I am. Kind of like in Italy when I was sleeping when I should be eating and eating when I should be shopping and well, just messed it all up.
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Sep 17th, 2005, 06:23 AM
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The Southestern and Central/Seronera Serengeti are the places to be between mid-Jan thru mid-end-March - the wldebeest "calving" season. However, we're talking about animals. Some years they never moved further south then the Central area; other years they're right where us humans expect them to be. But you can expect your guide/driver to travel to where animals can be found - shouldn't be a problem.

Why not post your itinerary - where, # of days, accommodations, etc. - so we can comment.
 
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