Destinations

My Botswana

Batswana man

Who are Batswana? What makes them tick? By Lauri Kubuitsile, picture credit Lucian Coman, Shutterstock There’s a myth in the village where I live that my husband, a boxer who was in the first group of Batswana to attend...

The Lion Defenders of Ruaha

Lion in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania

Across Africa, as around the world, wildlife reserves face growing pressure from issues such as expanding human populations and poaching. A considerable amount of work takes place in the background to find sustainable solutions that safeguard the natural environment...

Cumulative effect

Malawi

From clear blue waters and idyllic beaches to rolling hills and mopane forest, to Big 5 game parks and pristine wilderness, to perhaps the most welcoming people on the continent and a resurgent wildlife population, Malawi is fast becoming...

The Phoenix has risen

The Phoenix has risen

Over recent years several well-travelled, highly experienced safari operators and guides have told us that visiting Zakouma National Park in Chad was possibly the best wilderness experience they had had. And this from people who have spent time in...

Into Mana Pools with John Stevens

Into Mana Pools with John Stevens

Experienced safarigoer and travel writer Brian Jackman ventures into Zimbabwe’s renowned Mana Pools National Park Separated from Zambia by the Zambezi River, Mana Pools is the most beautiful national park in Zimbabwe. Some people, including John Stevens, the country’s...

Dogged work in Garamba

Elephants in Garamba National Park. Picture credit African Parks

In so many ways, Garamba represents the challenge for conservationists: arguably one of Africa’s most beautiful and vast national parks, it faces enormous pressure from human activity. Sara White made the journey to visit the K9 programme helping to...

Lower Zambezi Valley

Lower Zambezi Valley

On the Zambian side, by extending the amount of land under protection, there’s more space for lodges to spread out along the bank of the Zambezi. This guide is part of a wider article on accommodation options in the...

Dream catchers

Dream catchers

Our accommodation guide to help you find the pick of the pillows in one of Africa’s most remarkable wildlife regions: the Lower Zambezi Valley. This guide is part of a wider article which appears in the print edition of...

High-octane Uganda

High-octane Uganda

Just as Victoria Falls is known as the adventure capital of southern Africa, the same can be said for East Africa of Jinja. If you’re looking for some action on your holiday, the Pearl of Africa is a magnet...

The hills are alive

The hills are alive

Why your Tanzania itinerary should include the Usambara mountains An oasis of cool (in both senses of the word) in northeast Tanzania, the Usambaras form part of the ancient Eastern Arc chain of mountains that run in a broken...

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