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The death of Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, brings nearer the extinction of a species, but has also renewed the world's focus on the fight to save our endangered species, and reminded us of the great work being done in the conservation effort. Tourism, of course, is such an important element, enabling each and every one of us to play a role. Remember that Africa needs our support more than ever, and we need to show our appreciation of Africa's wildlife and share our desire to protect them.
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Where eagles dare

As awe-inspiring in reality as in myth, eagles dominate African skies. Mike Unwin focuses on the remarkable adaptations of the…


Enchanting Nyika

Set in the remote north of the country, this isolated park may not harbour big game but is home to…


Zambia done five ways

Following on from our feature on ‘How to plan the perfect safari’, in Issue 82, we asked five leading tour…


Another Namibia

This southern African country usually conjures up images of arid deserts, so a visit to its Zambezi Region will come…