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Old Sep 7, 20, 4:36 pm
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SafariCraig
 
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Hi Journeybound.



Sorry for the slow reply but I am not getting alerts for this thread and therefore just saw your recent question. I would say the odds start diminishing at the end of this month. With a 4+ night stay near the river in early October you probably have a good chance of still seeing some big migration river crossings.



Yes indeed. I recommend against the Tanzania/Kenya combo safari because of the difficulty in getting a mid-safari covid test to meet the timing requirements of the test. Also, there is currently no way to fly from Tanzania to Kenya or vice versa other than private charter. The drive is about 6 hours from Nairobi to Arusha.



Keep in mind, the Mara and Serengeti are the same place transected by an imaginary political boundary. The Lamai Wedge is essentially the same as the Mara Triangle.



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