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Skip Vic falls for mana pools? Help!

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Hi all,
Flying from the States in late July into Lusaka for a canoe safari along the Zambezi river. (3 nights). Then have to make a big decision:

1. Go for two nights to Mana Pools (Kanga camp) then fly to Vic Falls for one night

Or

2. Stay 3 nights in Vic Falls

We will end our 2.5 week stay with a 6 night jeep safari in Botswana.

Not looking to raft/microfly/bungee jump so I'm afraid 3 nights in Vic Falls will be much too long. Would also be open to skipping Vic Falls all together, but unsure of how our itinerary would flow then. It's our first time to Africa, but we are young, and so I'm hoping it won't be our last!

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