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Please recommend 3 best classic Wilderness camps in Botswana

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We are traveling to Botswana in November for 8 days/7 nights. It will be the first trip for us and although we would like to stay in the premier camps, we simply can't afford it. Can you recommend 3 nicest classic camps from Wilderness Safari in the Delta/Moreni/Lyianti areas with primarily land-based wildlife viewing and with the best chances of seeing the big 5?
On another note, if this will be our first and only trip to Botswana, is it worth it upgrading to Mombo? Thank you.

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