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An affordable 2nd safari

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Ok so the 1st safari practically broke the bank for me and now since I seem to tear up every time I look at my photos, which is often, it's clearly time to start planning the 2nd. Only this one needs to be more affordable!

Curious to know if others have had the same dilemma of making their next safari less costly so they could return sooner. What tips can you share?

Would also be interested in your itinerary as I'm floundering with way too many countries in Southern Africa at the moment.

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