Winter edition of TRAVEL AFRICA out now!

Come rain or shine! We explore the seasonal changes in some of southern Africa's major attractions, to emphasise the importance of considered planning for your next safari. While Emma Gregg takes to Zimbabwe's Mana Pools on foot (with her heart in her mouth!), Sarah Gilbert picks the top five of Mozambique's picturesque isles; plus we profile the most dramatic images of animals when they are hunting, taken from Nature's Best Photography Africa Awards last year.
Throughout Africa you’ll discover unexpected delights, with or without the Big Five. So pick your season carefully, do your research and off you go!
Delve in and have a closer look… and subscribe to the magazine to ensure you never miss an issue!
Craig Rix, Publisher

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Serengeti vs Kruger

Africa’s most iconic safari destination? It’s a tough call, but the Serengeti and Kruger National Parks can both stake a…

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Botswana Travel Guide

Like most countries across Africa, Botswana is vast, with too many attractions to feasibly fit into one holiday. So…

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Bats and beyond

Forget Serengeti’s wildebeest herds. Africa’s biggest migration of mammals occurs once a year in a small forest in northern Zambia…

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What’s in a name?

How would you describe a rhinoceros? Maybe as “a large unwieldy quadruped with a horn or two horns on the…

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Best bird guides for Africa

Keith Betton, Chairman of the African Bird Club, uses his expertise to help you find the best bird guides available…

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The Big Cat Man

In this extract from his newly published autobiography, The Big Cat Man, Jonathan Scott – presenter of BBC’s Big Cat…

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Book worms!

Welcome to the Travel Africa Book Club, a valued resource for all readers with an interest in African wildlife, culture…

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Serengeti vs Kruger

Africa’s most iconic safari destination? It’s a tough call, but the Serengeti and Kruger National Parks can both stake a…

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Botswana Travel Guide

Like most countries across Africa, Botswana is vast, with too many attractions to feasibly fit into one holiday. So…

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Bats and beyond

Forget Serengeti’s wildebeest herds. Africa’s biggest migration of mammals occurs once a year in a small forest in northern Zambia…

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Pedal Power

We love inspiring you with new ways to explore Africa. And with a new year upon us, we asked Peter…

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What’s in a name?

How would you describe a rhinoceros? Maybe as “a large unwieldy quadruped with a horn or two horns on the…

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Spoilt for choice

Luxurious lodges, romantic camps, remote campsites, quirky treehouses… there are masses of wonderful-sounding places to stay on safari. So how…

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Up close and personal

By Lou Coetzer The story When a project I was working on required good images of Burchell zebra and elephant…

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Sweet silhouettes

By Lou Coetzer The story I grew up with Africa’s amazing sunrises and sunsets, but somewhere along the way I…

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Two birds, one stone

Lou Coetzer illustrates how two very different scenes – one close, one far, one dynamic, one static – requiring vastly…

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Friends for life

Survival of the fittest means every species for itself. Nature has no time, you’d think, for one creature to lend…

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View to a kill

The African fish eagle belongs to the sea eagles genus (Haliaeetus), which also includes the American bald eagle. Known for…

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The Last Wolves of Ethiopia

Facing serious threats from its local environment, the endemic Ethiopian wolf finds itself in danger of extinction. Stuart Butler reveals…