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Timeless Luangwa

Timeless Luangwa

Of all the many places across Africa that tug strongly on our affections here at Travel Africa, the South Luangwa is a particular favourite. There is something about this place that we connect strongly with. Perhaps it is that...

Guess where?

Guess where?

This has to be one of the most dramatic and rugged landscapes in Africa, captured so evocatively in this series of pics by Bad Rabbit Studios. Part of the ‘Afromontane archipelago’ which stretches from the Great Rift Valley in...

What lies beneath

What lies beneath

The Indian Ocean off Mozambique is a fantastic place to explore the marine world but the ecosystem and its inhabitants are under pressure. The Inhambane Province, in the south, is a good example of the challenges faced and what...

For the love of birds

For the love of birds

Despite Uganda’s relatively small size, its unique position means a rich portfolio of habitats and thus a profusion of species. What’s more, you don’t need to be on a specialist safari to see countless feathered delights, from the great...

Avoiding the honeypot

Avoiding the honeypot

Alan Palmer reflects on his short trek across the high summer pastures of Morocco’s Yagour Plateau “If you’re happy, I’m happy!” beamed Mohammed, my mountain guide. Sitting on a large boulder in the shade of a copse of proud...

People of the thorns

People of the thorns

Gillian McLaren introduces us to the Antandroy people of Madagascar. (Images by the author) Arid and harsh, the far south of Madagascar is home to the Antandroy people. One of eighteen ethnic groups on the island, these hardy pioneers,...

Return to Lamu

Return to Lamu

With the Lamu archipelago once again considered safe to visit, Simon Marsh took his family to find out what it has to offer For several years the coastal area of Kenya, from Malindi up to the border with Somalia,...

Uganda unwrapped

Uganda unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why Visit? Congolese rainforest meets eastern savannah in this dramatic country. Troops of chimpanzees swing through the vines of Kibale and mountain gorilla families shelter within Bwindi’s dense forests. Although...

The Delta in focus

The Delta in focus

Taking wildlife photographs requires technical skill, practice and patience. In this stunning portfolio of images, Hannes Lochner shares his tips on how to capture the animals of the Okavango Delta on camera During more than five years in the...

A moveable feast

A moveable feast

How do bush chefs produce such delectable food even in the remotest of camps? On a visit to Lower Zambezi National Park, Laura Griffith-Jones was determined to learn how the food is sourced and cooked — as well as...

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