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August Safari to Zimbabwe and Bots

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We are booked on a Safari in August With The wild South Safaris from the first till the 20th.
Our Itinerary is quite long

2 nights hwange

2 nights Matopos National park

1 Night Great Zimbabwe

1 Night Harare

Three nights Chirundu to Mana Canoe Safari

Two Nights Matusadona

1 night kariba town

1 night overnight on Kariba ferry

1 night vic falls

2 nights chobe

1 night Makgadkgadi pans

2 nights okavango delta moremi

we were originally two couples but our friends had to pull out last minute. We did a safari to south africa last year with the same company and we loved it.

Nancy our booking agent did say it was possible to book part of the trip if one has less time. We are flying out of Germany to start the trip.
you can contact them at www.thewildsouthsafaris.weebly.com. It would be nice to meet up with other adventurers.

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