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Yet another possible itinerary

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I’d appreciate some constructive criticism on the below itinerary for September:

J’burg – Vic Falls Hotel 2 nights
Vic Falls – Hwange. The Hide 3 nights
Hwange – J’burg 1 night I’m assuming there’s no other way
J’burg – Nairobi 1 night
Nairobi – Voi (Sheldricks) 2 nights (accommodation suggestions appreciated)
Voi – Tsavo 2 nights at Ithumba
Tsavo – Amboseli 3 nights (accommodation suggestions appreciated)
Amboseli – Tarangerie 3 nights (accommodation suggestions appreciated)
Kili – Samburu via Nairobi flying 3 nights Samburu Serena if it’s finished
Samburu – Nairobi 1 night
Nairobi – J’burg - Sydney

We'd prefer smaller accommodations, and happy with tents as long they have proper beds, some people just wont sleep on the ground!

We know it’s a lot of moving around but unfortunately don’t have any choice at the moment.
Samburu, we just loved it, and hoped if we were there in September we might see water in the river.

Thanks
Dot

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