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Few itineraries to compare

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Comparing two itineraries. Both are 17 nights in length. The trip will be in August. Our goal for this trip is to see as many different types of environments as possible (hence the inclusion of the Kalahari/Pans) and have different experiences as this will be our first trip to Africa and likely the last for many years. I have my own thoughts on these right now, but wondering what the collective wisdom might have to add.

Option 1
Johannesberg: 1 night
San Camp: 3 nights
Kwestsani: 2 nights
Chitabe: 3 nights
Savuti: 2 nights
Vic Falls (Matetsi Water Lodge): 2 nights
Mana Canoe Trail: 3 nights
Ruckomechi Camp: 1 night

Option 2
Johannesberg: 1 night
Mana Canoe Trail: 3 nights
Ruckomechi Camp: 3 nights
Vic Falls (Victoria Falls Hotel): 2 nights
Savuti: 3 nights
Chitabe Lebala: 3 nights
San Camp (vs Kalahari Plains Camp): 2 nights

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