Summer edition of TRAVEL AFRICA ready for you to enjoy!

We reveal 50 secrets about Botswana, to help you plan an extraordinary trip, and we dive beneath the waters of Lake Malawi to show you its an ideal choice for a scuba holiday. If you’re planning a busy safari, relax afterwards with a few days on the Machangulo peninsula. But if you’re dreaming of a colour-popping extravaganza, read about the Northern Cape's wild flower route in spring.
In all these places you’ll discover unexpected delights, with or without the Big Five. So what are you waiting for?
Come on in and have a closer look… and subscribe to ensure you never miss an issue!
Craig Rix, Publisher

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Save Kenya’s Mkangani Caves

This relatively unknown site is a valuable source of tourism to Kenya. From the historical insight they offer to the…

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Zanzibar: hakuna matata!

Travelling solo, Carmen Alexander heads is bewitched by this beautiful spice island Last year I decided that I needed a…

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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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Autumn 2015 Reading List

(Issue 72, Autumn 2015) Books that have caught our eye this season: 5 great African books Long-time subscriber to this…

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Featured book: Terra d’Africa

(Issue 72, Autumn 2015) Terra d’Africa By Jacqueline De Monte and Valentino Morgante (Daniele Marson Editore, hardback, ISBN: 978-8897123125) It’s…

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Zanzibar: hakuna matata!

Travelling solo, Carmen Alexander heads is bewitched by this beautiful spice island Last year I decided that I needed a…

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How to translocate an elephant

In July, Sue Watt and Will Whitford witnessed the conservation organisation African Parks start the most ambitious animal translocation project…

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Hwange’s new pride

Sue Watt takes a trip to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, the home of Cecil the lion, to find out more…

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25 More Secrets about Botswana

To celebrate the country’s 50th anniversary since independence, we asked experts to reveal their tips for planning the most extraordinary…

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Save Kenya’s Mkangani Caves

This relatively unknown site is a valuable source of tourism to Kenya. From the historical insight they offer to the…

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Zanzibar: hakuna matata!

Travelling solo, Carmen Alexander heads is bewitched by this beautiful spice island Last year I decided that I needed a…

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How to translocate an elephant

In July, Sue Watt and Will Whitford witnessed the conservation organisation African Parks start the most ambitious animal translocation project…

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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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It’s not all black & white

The zebra is the quintessential African animal ― the fat horse in stripy pyjamas at the end of every child’s…

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Loud and proud

Can you describe the sound of the African bush? Cliché demands such timeless classics as the majestic roar of the…

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Weird and wonderful

Few African animals are more intriguing or, in their own way, more impressive than chameleons. These extraordinary lizards illustrate some…