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Yala After An African Safari?

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I've just found out that I will most likely be going on yet another safari trip to South Africa next year :D It's still looking like Sri Lanka for the trip after that in Feb 2011. I had originally planned for a 4 night stay in Yala to get my animal fix, but am now wondering how that will be affected by the week on safari in Kruger.

I'm afraid Kruger will be a hard act to follow, and am also concerned that the Asian rangers will not be trained to the level of SA rangers. Any votes on whether to drop Yala from the itinerary?

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