Travel Africa 66 – Spring 2014
- In this issue
- Sir David Attenborough
- Cape Town
- Marvels of migration
- Exploring Malawi
- Namibia and Botswana
- Sierra Leone
Cape Town – Design for life
This most spectacular city is understandably high on most travellers’ must-see places. But something is in the air that makes 2014 an especially good time to visit. Carrie Hampton explains.
Namibia and Botswana – Our wildlife exposure
Jacques Sellschop joins a specialist photographic safari to Etosha and the Chobe River. What will he learn about taking better wildlife shots?
Malawi – Getting to the heart of it
With Malawi celebrating 50 years of independence this July, Frank Johnston shows you why this little country is rightly known as the ‘warm heart of Africa.
Kenya – Searching for simba
Inspired by the Born Free story, Jackson Biko visits the Meru National Park, looking for lions.
Rwanda – Land of surprises
Rwanda is renowned for its gorilla tracking safaris, but what else does this tiny country offer visitors? More than you might expect, discovers Sue Watt.
Conservation – Can we save Africa’s wildlife?
In the face of unprecedented poaching, Peter Borchert assesses the fight against wildlife trafficking.
Wildlife – Miraculous migratory birds
Every year, some one-and-a-half billion birds migrate between Europe and Africa. Mike Unwin takes a closer look at these fascinating feathered nomads.
Sierra Leone – Back to the future
Drawn by a family tie, David Brown discovers a friendly country rebuilding itself after decades of turmoil.
Portfolio –Mana Pools
Zimbabwean photographer Gregg Robinson showcases his favourite national park.