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Where do I even start planning my SA safari?

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My husband and I are in the preliminary stages of planning out trip to South Africa in October and since you all always give me amazing advice I thought here would be the best place to start!

We are really excited about visiting Cape Town and the Winelands which is our main draw to go to South Africa but while we're there we definitely want to do a Safari experience. From what I have been reading, Kruger is where it's at but what other options are there for amazing wild life? I'm not sure how to go about booking this. I am well travelled and completely plan our trips on my own but I am a little stumped here... Do I search for hotels I like and find my own way? Do I have someone book that part for me? Our budget for the Safari is $500-$800 CND/night. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!

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