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Planning critical for a memorable African safari

On safari drives in northern Botswana, elephants always have the right of way. (Steve Haggerty/McClatchy Newspapers)
On safari drives in northern Botswana, elephants always have the right of way. (Steve Haggerty/McClatchy Newspapers)
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MAUN, Botswana — If you’ve paid for an African safari but you’re still not clear about the details, shame on you. Making the same mistake, I didn’t dig into the heart of the adventure before I headed to Southern Africa for my first wildlife safari, because I was always too busy. Shame on me. By the time we reached the Okavango Delta, in northern Botswana, we’d been on the go for 24 hours, rocketing through ...


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