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A Private Journey Through South Africa (Luxury)popular, South Africa

Itinerary Highlights

All Local Flights Included! 

4 Nights at Cape Grace, Cape Town, South Africa 

2 Nights at Mont Rochelle Hotel, Franschhoek, South Africa 

4 Nights at Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, Kruger National Park, South Africa

Exeter International

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

Day 1: Arrive in Cape Town

Scenically beautiful, Cape Town is a compelling mix of trendy modern and old-world elegance. Glamorous hotels, world-class dining and stunning vistas merge seamlessly with dynamic student suburbs and vibrant nightlife. Malay and African heritage is evident in the cuisine, traditions, and entertainment while the architecture reveals a strong Dutch, German and English flavor and style. Contemporary art is proudly displayed in a variety of galleries and modern boutique hotels, and wine bars and brandy tasting lounges will appeal to the fashionable set. For the well-heeled the finest in opera, ballet, drama, and music can be appreciated in style.

Arriving into Cape Town you will be met at the airport by your local driver and assistant and transferred to your hotel, the iconic and perfectly located Cape Grace. As you drive toward the city your view from afar will be Table Mountain, one of the world’s most famous landmarks. Having arrived at the hotel and taken some time to check in and unpack you then have the remainder of your day at leisure.

Please note the cost of your international arrival flight is not included in your itinerary.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Cape Grace Hotel
Cape Grace Hotel
Perfectly located on a private quay between Cape Town’s bustling V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, there is no better place from where to soak in the natural beauty of the Mother City and explore the very essence of Cape Town. The elegant and warm atmosphere, evident in every fine detail, begins at the welcoming reception lounge and extends to the spacious harbor and mountain-facing rooms. Stories of the Cape’s colorful past present themselves in our exquisite furniture, rare fabrics, intriguing artifacts and original antiques scattered throughout the hotel. Local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to the décor and feel, while fresh displays of Proteas that hint at the wonder of our natural botanical kingdom enrich each room. At the Cape Grace, you are invited to share in tailor-made experiences that include sumptuous tasting menus, rare whiskey pairings, luxurious spa treatments, and indulgent Afternoon Teas – all thoughtfully created to enhance your stay in Cape Town.

Day 2

Day 2: Exploring Cape Town

Today you will enjoy breakfast, meet your guide in the hotel lobby, and depart on a half day tour of this fascinating City. Your tour commences with a visit to the iconic Table Mountain. Here you will enjoy panoramic views over the Mother City (Cape Town’s endearing nickname) and the Atlantic Seaboard with Robben Island in the distance lying sleepily in Table Bay Harbor.

With a better understanding of the city layout, you will descend and wander through the inner city, soaking up the magical vibe of Cape Town, through a combination of tales of the past juxtaposed with modern day culture, and meet some of the absorbing communities which form the town’s vital building blocks. Focusing on food, design, arts, and crafts you will uncover a selection of historical sites, such as Company’s Garden, Green Market Square and St George’s Cathedral – buildings and monuments which stood as the backdrop for memorable icons who changed the world.

Depending on your interests, touch on the fascinating and controversial politics that have shaped the city – delving into recollections of the once-vibrant District 6 community or perhaps the occasion where Mandela made his first free speech.

You will end your tour with a stop at Truth Café a ‘steampunk inspired’ artisan coffee shop serving all hand-roasted coffees in a vintage cast-iron drum. You guide will then be happy to either drop you back at your hotel, leave you to continue exploring this wonderful City independently.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Cape Grace Hotel
Cape Grace Hotel
Perfectly located on a private quay between Cape Town’s bustling V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, there is no better place from where to soak in the natural beauty of the Mother City and explore the very essence of Cape Town. The elegant and warm atmosphere, evident in every fine detail, begins at the welcoming reception lounge and extends to the spacious harbor and mountain-facing rooms. Stories of the Cape’s colorful past present themselves in our exquisite furniture, rare fabrics, intriguing artifacts and original antiques scattered throughout the hotel. Local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to the décor and feel, while fresh displays of Proteas that hint at the wonder of our natural botanical kingdom enrich each room. At the Cape Grace, you are invited to share in tailor-made experiences that include sumptuous tasting menus, rare whiskey pairings, luxurious spa treatments, and indulgent Afternoon Teas – all thoughtfully created to enhance your stay in Cape Town.

Day 3

Day 3: Exploring Cape Town

This morning you will enjoy breakfast before meeting your guide and together departing for a full day tour of the incredible Cape Peninsula! Your tour begins at Kalk Bay, best known for its working fishing harbor and bohemian feel. Browse the arts and crafts on offer, perhaps do a bit of shopping in the quirky fashion boutiques and enjoy the antiques and collectables along the main strip.

Next, you will head over to Simon’s Town where those keen to find out more about the rich history surrounding this naval town, museums, and monuments, will find plenty of insight. Bringing this naval town to life is an insight into the shark diving industry and stories of Just Nuisance – Great Dane, WWII mascot and only dog ever enlisted in the Royal Navy.

Before heading into the Cape Peninsula, itself you will search for our own rogue penguins – a splinter colony away from the crowded boardwalks over the main breeding site – on a beach known only to locals. Your tour continues with a gentle hike in the Cape Peninsula Reserve, exploring secluded beaches and this region’s unique wildlife. The return journey weaves back to Cape Town via Noordhoek Farm Village a food artisan hub of the Peninsula OR alternatively, pop into a gorgeous wine estate in Constantia, a well-known wine-producing area and one of the oldest in the southern hemisphere.

Time permitting, you will stop for a sundowner at a local brewery, vineyard, beach or scenic look-out, whatever takes your fancy.

Please note: During your morning brief your guide may advise changing the route of your tour to allow for you to beat any pending crowds into certain areas during peak seasons, so that you can spend maximum time exploring outside the vehicle.

Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch

Cape Grace Hotel
Cape Grace Hotel
Perfectly located on a private quay between Cape Town’s bustling V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, there is no better place from where to soak in the natural beauty of the Mother City and explore the very essence of Cape Town. The elegant and warm atmosphere, evident in every fine detail, begins at the welcoming reception lounge and extends to the spacious harbor and mountain-facing rooms. Stories of the Cape’s colorful past present themselves in our exquisite furniture, rare fabrics, intriguing artifacts and original antiques scattered throughout the hotel. Local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to the décor and feel, while fresh displays of Proteas that hint at the wonder of our natural botanical kingdom enrich each room. At the Cape Grace, you are invited to share in tailor-made experiences that include sumptuous tasting menus, rare whiskey pairings, luxurious spa treatments, and indulgent Afternoon Teas – all thoughtfully created to enhance your stay in Cape Town.

Day 4

Day 4: At Leisure in Cape Town

Today enjoy your day at leisure.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Cape Grace Hotel
Cape Grace Hotel
Perfectly located on a private quay between Cape Town’s bustling V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, there is no better place from where to soak in the natural beauty of the Mother City and explore the very essence of Cape Town. The elegant and warm atmosphere, evident in every fine detail, begins at the welcoming reception lounge and extends to the spacious harbor and mountain-facing rooms. Stories of the Cape’s colorful past present themselves in our exquisite furniture, rare fabrics, intriguing artifacts and original antiques scattered throughout the hotel. Local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to the décor and feel, while fresh displays of Proteas that hint at the wonder of our natural botanical kingdom enrich each room. At the Cape Grace, you are invited to share in tailor-made experiences that include sumptuous tasting menus, rare whiskey pairings, luxurious spa treatments, and indulgent Afternoon Teas – all thoughtfully created to enhance your stay in Cape Town.

Day 5

Day 5: Cape Town to Franschhoek

This morning you will enjoy a hearty breakfast before checking out and heading to the lobby of your hotel to meet your guide. Together you will set off on an incredibly scenic drive as you make your way into the winelands! Together you will explore one of the most scenically beautiful areas in SA, visiting fascinating towns and stopping by off-the-beaten- track farms which revel in their old-world roots and influences.

You will begin with some time in Stellenbosch, browsing through its wealth of appealing stores and museums while sipping local coffee blends in tempting cafes. Your tasting experience will then commence at one of regions iconic wine estates, let the pairing of wine awaken your senses while enjoying breath-taking mountain ranges and lush gardens. Admire a collection of contemporary art, see the highest-growing vines and, from an elevated point, take in the stunning vistas over an old-world estate. After lunch, you will visit some of the smaller, boutique and family-owned wine estates for a more intimate wine tasting. Discover Franschhoek, established by the French Huguenots in 1688, this town retains its historic charm but has fused it with a contemporary vibe. It boasts gourmet restaurants, appealing boutiques, and art galleries. Following your day of exploration, you will be dropped at your hotel for the next two nights, Mont Rochelle Hotel!

Meals Included: Breakfast & Lunch

Mont Rochelle Hotel
Mont Rochelle Hotel
Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and a dramatic mountain backdrop, the lovely Mont Rochelle is a haven of elegance and tranquility. Located just outside Franschhoek, the thatched property has a country-house feel and the stunning setting adding to the appeal. 22 contemporary rooms and suites, are beautifully appointed, individually decorated and boast estate views. Paired with fine wines from the hotel’s historic cellar, guests may enjoy gourmet dining at the Miko Restaurant, or more informal fare at The Country Kitchen. Settle around a log fire in the bar, on a winter’s eve, or cool off in the pool during hot summer months. Perhaps take advantage of the gym and wellness centre when not out exploring the surrounding countryside and the quaint town of Franschhoek. There are also tennis courts available (rackets and balls provided).

Day 6

Day 6: At Leisure in Franschhoek

This morning you will enjoy breakfast before spending your day at leisure. There are a number of interesting experiences that can be booked and paid for locally.

Although not what you might expect from a wine region, Franschhoek is home to Africa’s most incredible motor museum. From an 1898 Beeston motor tricycle through to a modern Ferrari Enzo supercar this incredible collection of over 80 vehicles is a must see for any motoring enthusiast. From the Motor Museum you even have the opportunity to hop into one of these vintage motor vehicles and enjoy a short drive through the picturesque winelands after which you will be dropped at the adjoining winery.

Another wonderful option you may enjoy is to catch the famous Franschhoek Wine Tram. The Franschhoek Wine Tram hop-on hop-off tour is one of the best ways to discover the true essence of the Franschhoek Valley – picturesque vineyards, breath-taking scenery, warm hospitality, world-class cuisine, fine wines and a 300-year history. As a guest on this hop-on hop-off tour, you will experience a unique and leisurely way to see the Franschhoek Valley as you journey through rolling vineyards in a vintage style railway tram and open-air tram-bus, stopping in at some of South Africa’s oldest and most distinguished wine estates.

A combination of tram and tram-bus transports you around a loop of stops allowing you to hop-off at each stop and experience one of the many activities on offer, be it wine tasting, a cellar tour, lunch or simply a stroll through the vineyards and when you are ready, hop-on to continue the tour. The tour would take you right into the heart of the Franschhoek Valley, with a narration focusing on the history of Franschhoek and wine cultivation in the valley all while providing unparalleled views of the valley and vineyards.

Meals Included: Breakfast

Mont Rochelle Hotel
Mont Rochelle Hotel
Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and a dramatic mountain backdrop, the lovely Mont Rochelle is a haven of elegance and tranquility. Located just outside Franschhoek, the thatched property has a country-house feel and the stunning setting adding to the appeal. 22 contemporary rooms and suites, are beautifully appointed, individually decorated and boast estate views. Paired with fine wines from the hotel’s historic cellar, guests may enjoy gourmet dining at the Miko Restaurant, or more informal fare at The Country Kitchen. Settle around a log fire in the bar, on a winter’s eve, or cool off in the pool during hot summer months. Perhaps take advantage of the gym and wellness centre when not out exploring the surrounding countryside and the quaint town of Franschhoek. There are also tennis courts available (rackets and balls provided).

Day 7

Day 7: Franschhoek to Kruger National Park

This morning you will bid farewell to the Winelands and meet your driver who will transfer you back to Cape Town International Airport. Here you will meet your onward flight to Skukuza Airport.

Please note the cost of this flight is not included in your itinerary.

At Skukuza you will be met by your local guide and together make your way to the Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, one of the continent’s most incredible wildlife regions.

This famous Private Game Reserve offers some of South Africa’s best wildlife viewing, and the select safari lodges that call this area home are amongst the best in the world. Arriving at the beautiful Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge you will be shown to your suite and given an orientation tour of this incredible property. The Manager of the lodge will explain a few precautions to take during your stay to ensure your safety and wellbeing, as it is worth keeping in keep in mind despite your opulent surroundings you are in the middle of wild Africa!

You can then enjoy a late light lunch before enjoying a bit of time at leisure to relax and unpack. In the late afternoon you will enjoy a casual high tea in the main communal area of the lodge before setting off on your first safari drive!

During your stay at Earth Lodge you will have the opportunity to join two safari activities each day. One in the early morning and then another that leaves in the late afternoon and returns shortly after dark. Please note you are in no way obligated to join both of these daily drives and if you would prefer to sleep in one morning and simply join the afternoon drive (or vice versa) you are of course welcome to do so. As the lodge is located in the middle of the game reserve you will enjoy fantastic game sightings from anywhere around the property, including the communal areas or even right from your bedroom.

Returning from the evening game drive you will then meet your fellow guests for a drink at the bar, followed by an outdoor dinner under a blanket of stars. After dinner you are welcome to either make your way to the firepit and enjoy some further drinks, or retire to your room in preparation for the next day’s early start.

Meals Included: Full Board (Including Local Beers, Wine, Spirits & Soft Drinks)

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is sculpted into the landscape as though a prehistoric part of the environment. Earth lodge is a modern mix of gleaming tiles, recessed lighting, and the warm tones of natural fibres. Luxurious African-style décor and the heavy “bunker” themed walls and ceilings create a completely unusual safari vibe: in some ways the property is futuristic and in others, a stone-age cave. 13 glass-fronted suites feature private plunge pools and outdoor patios. Unexpectedly refreshing central areas overlook a waterhole and include a wine cellar, gallery, gym, spa, and meditation garden.

Day 8

Day 8: On Safari in Kruger National Park

This morning you will wake up just as the sun is rising above the horizon and make your way to the main area of the lodge. Here you will enjoy a selection of coffee, tea, fruit, and light pastries before hopping on board your safari vehicle and continuing your exploration of this enormous game reserve.

Note that on both your morning and evening game drives your guide will find a nice area to stop for a half hour where you will enjoy some light refreshments and a chance to stretch your legs. Arriving back at the lodge mid-morning you will then enjoy a lavish brunch during which you can swap stories about that morning’s game drive and decide on the plan for the remainder of the day.

Please chat with your guide if you have any specific interests that you would like to explore while on Safari. These could include interests such as birding or perhaps ask about the possibility of scheduling a nature walk during which you can get up close and personal with the fauna and flora that surrounds your lodge.

Meals Included: Full Board (Including Local Beers, Wine, Spirits & Soft Drinks)

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is sculpted into the landscape as though a prehistoric part of the environment. Earth lodge is a modern mix of gleaming tiles, recessed lighting, and the warm tones of natural fibres. Luxurious African-style décor and the heavy “bunker” themed walls and ceilings create a completely unusual safari vibe: in some ways the property is futuristic and in others, a stone-age cave. 13 glass-fronted suites feature private plunge pools and outdoor patios. Unexpectedly refreshing central areas overlook a waterhole and include a wine cellar, gallery, gym, spa, and meditation garden.

Day 9

Day 9: On Safari i Kruger National Park

Today will be a day at leisure during which you have various options to enjoy. Both a morning and evening Safari activity will take place and you are welcome to join either one or both.

Meals Included: Full Board (Including Local Beers, Wine, Spirits & Soft Drinks)

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is sculpted into the landscape as though a prehistoric part of the environment. Earth lodge is a modern mix of gleaming tiles, recessed lighting, and the warm tones of natural fibres. Luxurious African-style décor and the heavy “bunker” themed walls and ceilings create a completely unusual safari vibe: in some ways the property is futuristic and in others, a stone-age cave. 13 glass-fronted suites feature private plunge pools and outdoor patios. Unexpectedly refreshing central areas overlook a waterhole and include a wine cellar, gallery, gym, spa, and meditation garden.

Day 10

Day 10: On Safari in Kruger National Park

Today will be your last opportunity to check off any South African animals that have so far remained elusive. In addition to the other many animals you will undoubtedly see, the goal on Safari is always to find the “Big Five”. Throughout much of the early 20th century when hunting was still the main reason international visitors made their way to Africa these five animals were considered the most dangerous animals to hunt and were therefore prized as trophies above all others. Fortunately, times have changed and now most guests who go on Safari want to admire and photograph these incredible animals rather than cause them any harm.

The “Big Five” are the Elephant, the Rhinoceros, the Leopard, the Lion, and the Cape Buffalo and all can be found in this region. Traditionally leopards can often be the most difficult animal to find on Safari as their patterns allow them to blend into the bushveld at a moment’s notice. Often if you do find a leopard, they will be up a tree where they have either pulled their kill to keep it away from the prying jaws of the hyenas or simple resting safe in the knowledge they are out of reach of any larger predators.

Meals Included: Full Board (Including Local Beers, Wine, Spirits & Soft Drinks)

Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge
Located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge is sculpted into the landscape as though a prehistoric part of the environment. Earth lodge is a modern mix of gleaming tiles, recessed lighting, and the warm tones of natural fibres. Luxurious African-style décor and the heavy “bunker” themed walls and ceilings create a completely unusual safari vibe: in some ways the property is futuristic and in others, a stone-age cave. 13 glass-fronted suites feature private plunge pools and outdoor patios. Unexpectedly refreshing central areas overlook a waterhole and include a wine cellar, gallery, gym, spa, and meditation garden.

Day 11

Day 11: Depart South Africa

This morning you will enjoy a relaxing breakfast, check out, and meet your driver for a short transfer back to Skukuza Airport. Here you will board your flight back to Johannesburg Airport. Arriving in Johannesburg you will then meet your onward flight home.

Please note the costs of today’s two flights are not included in your itinerary.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Estimated pricing for a private journey through South Africa: 

Estimated Cost

Includes the accommodation mentioned in the Program above: $8,415 per person based on two guests traveling together sharing one room throughout.

Please note the cost of your flights are not included in this price. Please let us know if you would like assistance in booking your international or regional airfare. 

Please note due to the bespoke nature of our itineraries combined with profound seasonal variations in accommodation costs and availability the above pricing estimates should be used only as a guide. An exact cost can be provided once exact dates and logistics have been discussed.

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    Have A Question?

    Why go through a company such as the Exeter Safari Company?

    An African safari is, for many people, a once in a lifetime trip and for that reason you will want to be sure the arrangements are flawless. A safari incorporates many different elements including airport arrival and departure services, transfers, light aircraft flights, the routing to remote lodges and the most knowledgeable local guides. Coordinating all these different services, often throughout multiple countries, languages and currencies can be daunting.

    By going through an experienced safari company which has a wealth of local knowledge, local connections and years of experience in the region you can be sure you will be receiving the highest possible level of service before, during and after your travels. At the Exeter Safari Company we work with only the best guides, highest quality lodges at every price point, and the most reliable transportation providers in Africa. Our extensive experience and connections throughout the continent will ensure your trip goes off without a hitch.

    In addition, you will enjoy the peace of mind knowing that you have access to 24/7 support both before your departure and during your time in Africa.

    What should I wear on safari?

    When deciding what clothing to pack for a safari trip your main priority is going to be comfort, coverage, durability and ease of packing. Keep in mind safaris often include light aircraft flights on to which normal hard sided suitcases are not allowed. You will therefore want to pack your clothing and other items into a soft sided duffel style travel bag (no larger than 24 inches long and 15 inches wide) that can be easily stored along with other travelers’ bags in the small luggage compartments on board. Note there is also a strict 15KG (33lbs) weight limit for your luggage.

    Regardless of the time of year you are traveling, or the expected temperatures, you will want to be prepared for some cooler occasions. In order to find animals while they are at their most active, safari drives generally take place in the early morning and late afternoon/early evening. You will therefore often be out and about during the cooler parts of the day and this combined with sitting in the back of an open sided safari vehicle means it can get chilly - even in the middle of Summer. Accordingly, you will want to bring one or two light jackets, preferably that can be layered, so when it does start warming up you are able to shed layers and maintain a comfortable temperature.

    It is also important where possible to wear long-sleeve shirts and pants to help with both sun and insect protection (fleece is great as insects can’t bite through it). Mosquitoes, Tsetse flies and other small flying insects can be bothersome during certain parts of your safari and preparing for them ahead of time will make your trip that much more pleasant. You will want to avoid bringing dark blue and black clothing as this color is known to attract certain flying insects such as Tsetse flies. You may also want leave behind your favorite white clothing as they can quickly become dirty from the dust in the air and climbing in and out of the safari vehicle. Last you will want to keep in mind you are trying to remain inconspicuous while on safari and so bright colors and loud prints should be avoided. Instead opt for more neutral tones in greens and browns that will help you blend into your surroundings.

    When it comes to footwear you will again want to choose an option that covers as much of your bare skin as possible, think hiking boots or closed shoes with long socks rather than flip-flops or sandals. You will also be climbing in and out of vehicles and walking on uneven terrain that could have sharp rocks or thorns and so you will want footwear that is relatively durable. Your safari may include bush walks and so you will want to wear sturdy hiking boots on these occasions. Around the lodge area you will be able to wear more casual and lightweight footwear including flip flops or sandals, assuming you have bug-spray to stop any pesky mosquitoes that may be in the area. While in your rooms you will normally have mosquito nets over the bed area however you may still want to bring some full-length pajamas to ensure you have less skin exposed to any mosquitoes that did manage to sneak in.

    When is the best time to travel to Africa?

    The short answer is anytime! While there are better and worse times to be on safari throughout the various regions of Africa because the continent is so large and so diverse whenever you are looking to travel there will be a destination that is right for you.

    Traditionally, the best time to go on safari is during the dry season that broadly runs from June through October, however this season does vary significantly depending where in Africa you are considering. During the dry season the vegetation is much less dense and because the grass is shorter it is much easier to track and locate wildlife. Additionally, when there is less rainfall there are fewer available water sources for wildlife to gather around. This results in the animals tending to congregate around the same lakes, pans and rivers which again makes for great game viewing (and leads to some interesting herbivore/predator encounters!).

    Often during the wet season, also called the green season, when water sources are abundant, the wildlife tends to spread out over an enormous area. Many camps and lodges close during this time of year, often December through February as the dirt tracks that surround the lodges become impassable.

    Another aspect to consider, especially if visiting East Africa, is the great migration. Please visit our page that explores this topic at length as it will give you a good idea as to where the migration is located at any particular time of year.

    What About Yellow Fever?

    Yellow Fever is a disease found in many parts of sub-tropical Africa transmitted into humans through Mosquito bites. As it can be quite a serious illness it is essential you receive a yellow fever vaccination before embarking on a trip to an effected country.

    The main safari destinations where Yellow Fever vaccinations are required are Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda and Rwanda. Other countries such as South Africa and Botswana require you to arrive with a yellow fever vaccination even if you have only transited through or visited a country where yellow fever exists within the past 6 months (keep in mind many of the countries on this list are in South America).

    Check with your Exeter Safari Company expert for the specific requirements regarding the destinations included in your program. It is important to note the Yellow Fever vaccine requires 10 days before it becomes effective and so don’t leave it to the last minute!

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