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Who to Choose? Africa Serendipity, Rothschild Safari or ATR?

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Who would you suggest as a trip coordinator for a trip to Kenya?

All have been quick to respond to questions, come up with very similar quotes, etc.

It seems like the trip planner is critical in getting a smooth, well-executed safari, so are any of these choices better than another?

Being in the US, it seems like Serendipity or Rothschild might be the more obvious choice, as they're in the US as well, but would it matter that ATR is in the UK?

Not sure what else to compare, as I haven't found many reviews of any of these companies.

Thank you!
Penny

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