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Botswana safari in late November

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I have never been on a safari. I plan to visit with my wife and 10 year old daughter and also possibly my parents. I was thinking of travelling around US thanksgiving holidays and hence late November. It seems to be the beginning of the rainy season there and warm and humid. Question gets asked so why Botswana for the first time and tbh I was thinking about it cause it seemed more secluded and combined different experiences including night safari, walking safari, mokoro, etc. We were looking at 6 night safari with Lion World at Eagle Island, Savute, Khwai river. https://www.lionworldtravel.com/safari/botswana-discerning-traveler

Is November to dicey and too iffy with changing weather? Will there be any birding? I assume you still get to see most of the animals.

Are there any other places you recommend around that time of the year?

Thanks a lot.

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