Worth extra night in Ndutu in February?


We (4 of us) are planning on heading to Tanzania mid-February next year and are wondering if it’s worth the extra money to stay at either a tented migration camp or Ndutu Safari Lodge etc. to be in Ndutu for the wildebeest calving or to stay overnight on the rim and drive down (I think it was at least a 2 hour drive though?).

I’m trying to keep this at 3-4 nights max and it’s adding up quickly with 4 of us. Most of what I’m finding for the calving are longer and more expensive itineraries which I’m not interested in nor have the time for.

Any input would be appreciated; thanks!

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