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South African Safari with Overseas Adventure Travel

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I am thinking of booking a rather long safari tour in Sothern Africa with OAT, in September:

http://www.oattravel.com/Trips/2013/Ultimate-Africa-Botswana-Zambia-Zimbabwe-Safari-2013/Trip-and-Air-Details/Itinerary/Johannesburg-to-Victoria-Falls.aspx#tripNav

Their price seems very good for an itinerary that includes Okavango and Chobe. Has anybody done an African safari tour with this company before ? I saw quite a few bad reviews, but they all were for different trips.

Also I heard that OAT is catering mostly to US retirees, does it mean it will look more like a Carribean Cruise, where most of the tourists are in their 70s and 80s ?

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