Travel Africa 74 Spring 2016

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Travel Africa Issue 74 – Spring 2016

  • In this issue
  • Botswana’s zebra migration
  • Insider tips on Cape Town
  • Madagascar for families
  • 10 Reasons to visit Mozambique
  • Wild Zambia
  • Conquering Mulanje
  • Sudan uncovered… and much more
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Features


Into the unknown
Zambia has much to offer the adventurous traveller. Gemma Catlin visits some of its far-flung corners

Portfolio – Dawn ’til dusk 
Our selection of stunning images of Kenya’s Masai Mara from photographer Paul Goldstein’s latest book, Mara Magic. Plus Jonathan Scott reports on the loss of eight lions from the Marsh Pride

Botswana – The smell of the rain
Intrigued by reports of a secret migration, Laura Griffith-Jones heads to the Chobe floodplains and the Boteti River to be dazzled by zebra

Mad about Madagascar
The island’s weird insects and leaping lemurs are bound to keep children as captivated as their parents, says Mike Unwin

Classic & cool Cape Town
Emma Gregg picks her favourite experiences, from the city’s better-known attractions to its hidden gems

Lost kingdom
The deep mystery of Great Zimbabwe sparks questions about ancient civilisations and who built these remote ruins. Mike Main gives us a short history

10 reasons to go to Mozambique
We list the highlights of this lesser-visited southern African country, from the beaches to the food and wildlife

Malawi – A massif awakening 
Hiking novice and sceptic Aaron Gekoski steps out of his comfort zone and tackles Mount Mulanje

Paradise found 
The Zanzibar Archipelago is a glorious land of Eden-like beaches and sparkling warm waters. Geoffrey Dean reveals the best places to scuba dive, fish and sleep

Magical mystery tour 
Uganda’s crater lakes are beyond spectacular. Ben West explores the south-west on two wheels, taking in Mutanda, Bunyonyi and Mburu

Sudan’s secrets 
This rarely visited country is steeped in a rich history and culture. It’s a fascinating land filled with treasures to uncover. By Stuart Butler

Family road trippin’ 
An Argentinian couple has spent the past 15 years on the road in a vintage car, and had four children along the way. Herman and Candelaria Zapp tell Rose Gamble about their adventures

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