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Born to be wild

Born to be wild

Some of Africa’s top guides share their adventures, love for the bush and trade secrets Parmalai Saiyalel, aka Kevin Where: Mara Plains Camp, Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kenya Time guiding: 12 years What’s the best thing about where you work? Olare...

Book worms!

Book worms!

Welcome to the Travel Africa Book Club, a valued resource for all readers with an interest in African wildlife, culture and travel. We’ll let you know about new releases, dig out some interesting old favourites and invite guests to...

Leading the way

Ross Kennedy

Zimbabwe-born-and-bred Ross Kennedy, CEO of Africa Albida Tourism, talks to Phil Clisby about his life and country What was it like growing up in Zimbabwe? It was a healthy, outdoor, disciplined but fun life, with great schooling and sport, in...

Wildlife warrior

Edward Ndiritu, Kenyan ranger

When Kenyan ranger Edward Ndiritu recently received the first ever Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award we thought it was a good opportunity to highlight the work rangers do. Natasha Breed followed the story Growing up in the small town of Naro...

Chobe’s Angel

Neo Canah Moatshe

Botswana wildlife guide Neo Canah Moatshe tells Rose Gamble what it’s like to be part of Africa’s first all-female guiding team, known as the ‘Chobe Angels’ What was your childhood like? I grew up in a village called Molepolole in...

Autumn 2015 Reading List

John Dennis in Zambia

(Issue 72, Autumn 2015) Books that have caught our eye this season: 5 great African books Long-time subscriber to this magazine and Africa enthusiast John Dennis picks his five favourite reads 1 The African Safari, by P Jay Fetner...

Featured book: Terra d’Africa

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 easy to become slightly blasé about wildlife photography. The myriad pictures strewn across the Internet lessen the impact of what...

A wild life

A wild life

Conservationist Saba Douglas-Hamilton stars in a new TV series that highlights her life in a safari camp and the issues that have been central to her family’s work for decades. She caught up with Laura Griffith-Jones What was your childhood...

Spring 2015 Reading List

Spring 2015 Reading List

(Issue 70, Spring 2015) Books that have caught our eye this season: 5 Inspirational African Books Patrick Brakspear of Brisbane-based African Encounter, shares his favourite pioneer stories. Each of the people featured is a legendary figure in wildlife conservation...

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