Spring edition of TRAVEL AFRICA now out…

We explore some of Zambia’s far-flung corners, where you can spot the rare sitatunga, shoebill and fruit bat, and we visit Madagascar’s fairy-tale land of cave-dwelling crocs, leaf-tailed geckos and lemurs. If you’re planning a city break, our guide to Cape Town reveals plenty of insider nuggets. But if you’re dreaming of a chalk-white beach, read about the glorious Zanzibar Archipelago or the allure of Mozambique.
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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Photographing Madikwe

Jon Bryant sings the praises of a new photographic experience in South Africa’s Madikwe Game Reserve The popularity of…

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Villas in Zanzibar

Planning to take your family to Zanzibar? Jenni Saunders goes in search of the island’s best homes from home  “Jambo!”…

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Riding in the delta

Brian Jackman describes the experience of exploring Botswana’s Okavango Delta on horseback At Abu’s Camp in the Okavango you…

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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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Featured book: The Impossible Five

(Issue 71, Summer 2015) The Impossible Five: In Search of South Africa’s Most Elusive Animals By Justin Fox, (Tafelberg, Paperback,…

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Photographing Madikwe

Jon Bryant sings the praises of a new photographic experience in South Africa’s Madikwe Game Reserve The popularity of…

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Villas in Zanzibar

Planning to take your family to Zanzibar? Jenni Saunders goes in search of the island’s best homes from home  “Jambo!”…

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Riding in the delta

Brian Jackman describes the experience of exploring Botswana’s Okavango Delta on horseback At Abu’s Camp in the Okavango you…

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Paradise found

The Zanzibar Archipelago is a glorious land of Eden-like beaches and sparkling warm waters, with a fascinating Arabic-Swahili culture. Geoffrey…

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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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Making a little go a long way

It’s a question I’ve had hissed at me by uncertain fellow travellers all over Africa, and one I’ve also often…

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Alternative African Safaris

Marc Crouch reveals some unusual ways to experience the African bush Being a regular visitor to the African continent, I…

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Pyramids of Life

This cool new experience from Alex Walker’s Serian allows guests to deepen their knowledge of wildlife and conservation, says Laura…

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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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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…

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Vulture culture

Vultures may not be to everybody’s taste, but these large scavenging raptors have some remarkable talents and are vital to…