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25 Reasons to visit Namibia

25 Reasons to visit Namibia

Happy Birthday Namibia! The country gained its independence from South Africa in 1990, a quarter of a century ago. To celebrate we asked guidebook writer Lizzie Williams to pick her top things to do in a country rich in...

The one that nearly got away

The one that nearly got away

Chances are you’ve never heard of Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve. Maybe it’s time you did. Aaron Gekoski heads in search of Malawi’s last remaining wilderness. Thump thump thump. I’m lying in the back of a bakkie, sweating and getting grumpier...

Walking among giants

Walking among giants

The unforgettable landscape of Matobo Hills has been held sacred for thousands of years, and its spiritual importance has been documented in some of the area’s 3000 rock art sites. Today, animal encounters here can leave just as big...

Botswana – Into the Okavango

Botswana – Into the Okavango

In 2014 the Okavango Delta became the 1000th World Heritage site – and not before time. This vast, varied, wildlife-abundant wetland is matchless, and long overdue protection. Here, we look at the background to the Delta’s designation, and celebrate...

Land of surprises

Land of surprises

It is already two decades since the genocide that rocked Rwanda, and stories of a progressive, friendly and diverse country suggest the country itself has been on quite a journey. So we sent Sue Watt to see what awaits...

Golden monkeys and silverbacks

Golden monkeys and silverbacks

There’s more to Volcanoes National Park than mountain gorillas, says William Gray Meeting mountain gorillas is the main event at Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, but golden monkeys make an impressive warm-up act. Unique to the foothills of the...

More to give

More to give

Mike Unwin recently travelled to Rwanda to realise a dream – locking eyes with an endangered mountain gorilla – and to answer a nagging question. Would he enjoy an intimate encounter or would he just be a cog in...

Kenya by design

Kenya by design

Kenya expert and author Richard Trillo draws on his extensive experience to create a list of ideal destinations for you. Categories include: Kenya for first timers, Kenya for adventurers, Kenya for animal lovers, Kenya for families, Kenya for safari...

Nyungwe Nziza

Nyungwe Nziza

Well-known for its long-established gorilla-trekking opportunities, Rwanda is now gaining recognition for the other attractions and experiences it offers. This is helped by major regeneration work being undertaken in its other main parks, including Nyungwe Forest, which is striving...

Essential Africa: Ethiopia

Essential Africa: Ethiopia

Few countries in Africa are as rewarding to travel in as Ethiopia. Spread across its lavish landscapes, which range from fog-shrouded 4000m peaks to baking depressions well below sea level, is a long list of enthralling attractions, both natural...

Essential Africa: Ghana

Essential Africa: Ghana

Free from the packaged tourism found in other nations that share similar natural beauty and culture, Ghana is ripe for independent travellers looking for stimulating and diverse experiences. Philip Briggs, author of Bradt’s latest guidebook to the country, is...

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