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Botswana and South Africa itinerary

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We are taking our first trip to South Africa and Botswana. Not sure how many days to stay in each area. We have 14 nightsin total. Any comments or suggestions about the proposed camps or agenda greatly appreciated.

Cape Town: 3 or 4 nights (is 3 nights enough?) Staying at Liberty Lodge

Timbavati area: Tanda tula camp (they offer 4 nights, pay for 3!)

Sabi Sands: Either at Notten's or Simbambili for 3 nights

Overnight in Jo-berg to go to Botswana. Any decent hotel/B&B recommendation?

Botswana at Kanana camp (mixed activity camp). Should we spend 3 or 4 nights here?? It's really expensive so if 3 nights will give us a full experience we'd rather spend the extra night in Cape Town or Sabi Sands. If 4 nights is just plain BETTER, we'll go for it.

Thanks for any input!!

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