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A fine art

A fine art

Wildlife artist Leon Fouche talks to Henry Bevan about growing up in the bush, and the inspirations for his paintings. Where does your inspiration come from? Africa’s amazing wildlife is what inspires me to draw. I spend...

Ten new book releases

Ten new book releases

Here’s some new reading matter to feed your interest in Africa over the coming months, compiled by Henry Bevan Eyes Over Africa Michael Poliza (31 July 2017) From deserts to cities to grasslands, let your imagination be captured by...

A Cheetah’s Tale

A Cheetah’s Tale

We’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading HRH Princess Michael of Kent’s account of rearing (and releasing to the wild) a cheetah cub, ‘Tess’, when a teenager living in Mozambique. Through her delightful personal story, the book also gives a great insight...

The Wildlife Defenders

The Wildlife Defenders

Alice Roberts spoke to Michael and Harrison Cooney about their recent project, which tells the story, through photographs, of the men and women who have devoted their lives to the war against poaching “I feel we all have our...

Protecting our land

Protecting our land

Theresa Thompson talks to Dr Ian Little about his decade of work conserving the environment of the Eastern Great Escarpment and how he won a Whitley Award for it They may be less often reported, but good news stories...

Hope for the future

Hope for the future

Jack Andrew Cribb talks to Charly Facheux, the Vice President for Conservation Projects of the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), about his work, achievements and aspirations You were born in Cameroon. What was it like growing up there?...

The resurgence of Liwonde

The resurgence of Liwonde

Despite many challenges over the last 25 years, Malawi’s flagship national park is experiencing a renaissance. Phil Clisby talks to Chris Badger, managing director of Central African Wilderness Safaris, whose story is intrinsically entwined with the reserve’s evolution As...

Dream catchers

Dream catchers

One couple’s six-year journey to building their own safari camp Many safari lovers will have flirted with the idea of managing, or owning a safari lodge or camp. Some may have dreamed of building one. But very few actually...

Q&A: Grant Reed

Q&A: Grant Reed

When it comes to wildlife experiences, there isn’t much that Grant Reed hasn’t seen or done. Maria Airey spoke to him to find out more about the lifelong passion for nature that led him to establish Letaka...

Reaching out

Reaching out

To see how tourism is helping with conservation and community development, we talked to Jon Brown, of Virgin Limited Edition, about Mahali Mzuri, their camp in Kenya’s Masai Mara As the world entered a new millennium, Jon Brown, then...

On the road again

On the road again

Jack Andrew Cribb spoke to adventurer Charley Boorman, of Long Way Down fame, about his rehabilitation after a motorcycle accident in 2016, his love of Africa and his recent trip to Kenya What inspires you to travel?...

Debbie and John Addison

Debbie and John Addison

The passionate pair behind Wild Frontiers have been crafting unique safari experiences since 1988. We talked to them about their lives, their work and the reasons they love Africa What was your first experience in Africa? John: I was...

Building conservancies

Building conservancies

If you’re interested in investing in conservation in Africa, Pete Anderson may be the man to turn to… Pete Anderson was born into tourism. Literally. Growing up on one of the earliest wildlife tourism lodges – Sohebele – in...

Meet Brett Thomson

Meet Brett Thomson

We talked to the co-founder and managing director of Sun Destinations about his life and how he set up his business It was while living in Dublin that Brett Thomson had the idea to start a tour operating company....

Book Club, Spring 2017

Book Club, Spring 2017

The Timbuktu School for Nomads: Across the Sahara in the Shadow of Jihad, by Nicholas Jubber ‘Timbuktu’ is used in the English language to describe an inaccessible, distant land — so much so that it is often deemed a...

This Maasai girl can

This Maasai girl can

Against all odds, 23-year-old Agnes of Basecamp Explorer has become one of Kenya’s only female guides On the 8 March we celebrated International Women’s Day, a day to commemorate ladies’ achievements across the globe and promote gender equality. At...

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