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Ang, Trish

Thanks for the message. Both camps were great. Kanana had the better range of activities, Okuti probably had the more interesting building with great ambiance.

The camps were beautiful. I have traditionally done walks with small tents to overnight in, but I could get used to the luxury of upmarket camps. However I missed the exercise of walking, and eventually persuaded Kanana staff that I wanted to walk even though it was only for a couple of hours in the end. You can get very fat and lazy eating 3 meals, and going on a boat or safari vehicle.

My next trip will be a mix of hiking , and then a few days of luxury at the end, either Botswana or Namibia.

Thank you for your professional advice,


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