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|Going on safari in Kenya and Tanzania during the off-peak seasons is a good option that does not spell game viewing disappointment and miserable weather.
In fact, travelling in the low seasons – the long rains from March to June and the short rains from October to December – is an enticing option. As the Lonely Plant’s Best in Travel 2016: The Best Trends, Destinations, Journeys & Experiences, puts it:
“…venturing out on a safari in the rainy season offers more than shaving off money and crowds. The wet seasons (March to June and October to December) also have luminous sunsets and plenty of animals nurturing their young ??? excellent reasons to brave the rain (which, by the way, is patchy rather than perpetual downfall).”
The shoulder seasons which fall between the low and peak periods offer similar advantages to the low seasons. Falling at the start and end of the rains, the shoulder seasons are often the best time to go on safari in East Africa in terms of balancing cost, game viewing, visitor numbers and weather. The shoulder season between the long and short rains – from January to March, is actually considered by some safari veterans to be the best time to go game viewing in Kenya and Tanzania.
Zebras in March
5 Reasons to go on Safari in East Africa during the Shoulder & Low Seasons
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