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walking safari

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I am looking for advice on a walking safari to africa for Mid Feb. to Mid March this year.
any advice on which counties South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania would be best or should I try to fit in all three, we ( a couple) have at least 4 weeks so we need to keep to a reasonable mid-range budget ,not on a luxury trip. We are very active and adventurous.
I found a small group trip to S. Africa including Drakensberg, Kruger, but I am not sure if it will wild enough for me and my husband.
any recommendations for hiking, off the beaten track, migration, cultural recommendations and a company to help set up a trip like this.
thanks
m.

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