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Namibia travel guide

Namibia travel guide

Namibia has always been a favourite with Travel Africa readers. It is unlike any other destination on the continent, offering first-time and experienced safari-goers alike something new and interesting. We can’t get enough of it either, which is why...

Tanzania unwrapped

Tanzania unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why visit? A land of grassy plains, rift-formed lakes and pinnacle-like volcanoes, Tanzania’s exciting landscape is carpeted with wildlife to match. The Serengeti — with its iconic migration — and...

Self-drive Murchison Falls

Self-drive Murchison Falls

For inexperienced visitor Steuart Laing, being independent made his Uganda adventure all the more memorable The road to Uganda’s Murchison Falls National Park might not be paved with gold, but it is paved with fresh tar. China recently funded...

Essential Windhoek

Essential Windhoek

Nick Buys of Nature Travel Namibia gives his insight into the Namibian capital Day trip If you have a spare day in Windhoek and love being in the bush, why not visit the N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary, about...

Congo creates new park

Congo creates new park

The Republic of Congo has officially created its fifth national park, lending protection to great apes, forest elephants and other threatened wildlife. The new Ogooué-Leketi National Park spans 3,500 sq km, and forms a transboundary protected area of more...

Lodge review

Lodge review

Verney’s Camp, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe In a remote, private concession in the central south-eastern part of Hwange, Verney’s Camp opened in May 2018 with ten spacious tents set around a waterhole, surrounded by teak trees. With all the...

Singing in the rain

Singing in the rain

Some say that the end of the rainy season — March and April — is the very best time to visit Namibia. Here’s why: Fresh grasses and flowers burst into bloom, transforming landscapes which at other times of year...

Zambia unwrapped

Zambia unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why visit? With a feeling of untamed nature, Zambia is a country that draws people back, time and time again. To many, a Zambian safari represents the ‘real Africa’ –...

The alternative Garden Route

The alternative Garden Route

Instead of driving South Africa's coastal Garden Route, try the alternative Route 62, which takes you through immense stretches of Karoo farmland interspersed by delightful country towns and roadside stores. Here, as Cindy-Lou Dale finds on a stopover in Cradock,...

South Luangwa moments

South Luangwa moments

Few national parks offer better opportunities for wildlife photographers than Zambia's South Luangwa, either from a walking safari, an open vehicle or a photographic hide. The range of wildlife, the dense populations of many iconic species, and photogenic scenery...

Making sense of Malawi

Making sense of Malawi

Phil Clisby gets nostalgic. After all, this is what we call the ‘Africa bug’. The alluring smell of herbs; music blaring from a house; goats bleating. The lap of the water on the shore; the long stretch of untouched...

Rwanda unwrapped

Rwanda unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why visit? Rwanda is still, without a doubt, the best place in the world to go mountain gorilla trekking. Walking in the Virunga Mountains in the shadow of giant, prehistoric...

Oh, Darling!

Oh, Darling!

Looking for a quiet weekend out of Cape Town, Janine Avery found herself drawn to a little rural town encouragingly called Darling. And if your curiosity has also been piqued, here are her top tips to help you make...

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