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Saba Sands, South Africa--Private Reserves--how to choose?

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We are planning a three-day safari excursion for January, 2013. We are interesting in a luxury offering in the Saba Sands area.

Specifically, we are looking at Leopard Hills, Lion Sands, Londolozi, Malamala, and Sabi Sabi. (Singita is fully booked for our dates.)

Obviously, all read excellent, and I suspect they in fact are. I have no doubts of the luxury; but the safari experience is of prime importance as well. Any observation of differences would be appreciated—especially observations that relate to available wildlife, scenery differences, game drives and guides, etc. Observations related to accommodation and service would be welcome also.


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