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Hello knowledgeable fodorites! Anyone done a Botswana trip with Wilderness Travel? I think they have a good reputation and have been in business for 30+ years. I've copied the specific itinerary I'm looking at - it would be a small group tour. I'll be traveling solo this particular trip, so I'm not keen on doing everything on my own. What do people think of the areas we'd be going? I have not been to Botswana before and really want to see big cats - but every animal is a joy, though I'd like to maximize chances of seeing leopards and cheetah.

Also regarding when to go... sounds like the best weather and animal viewing is in Sept. Do people concur with that statement?

Day 1 – Maun, Motsentsela Tree Lodge
Day 2-3 Moremi Game Reserve, camping at Xakanaxa
Day 4-5 Okavango Delta, Xugana Lodge
Day 6-7 Moremi Game Reserve, Camping in Khwai River Floodplain
Day 8-9 Chobe National Park, camping along the Savuti channel
Day 10-11 Chobe, camping in Serondella area
Day 12 Livingstone/Vic Falls, Royal Livingstone Hotel
Day 13 - depart

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