Editor's Pick

Beyond the Falls

Beyond the Falls

Exploring the world’s largest transfrontier park Shaped like a giant butterfly spreading its wings across southern Africa, the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) is one of the continent’s most biodiverse and enticing tourism regions. At its heart lies...

St Helena Safari

St Helena Safari

It turns out, this remote Atlantic island has quite some wildlife. Dive in, says Scott Bennett, and you won’t be disappointed A mere 16km long and just under 10km wide, St Helena island is the dictionary definition of remote....

States of mind

States of mind

Having travelled extensively for more than 25 years in 21 African countries, from Namibia to Nigeria, Cape Town-based guide book author Lizzie Williams has enjoyed a full range of experiences. Above all, she’s learnt some secrets for getting the...

The dream night out?

The dream night out?

Skybeds are the latest must-do experience. But what is it really like to overnight under the stars? Sue Watt explains It’s a crisp, clear night in Botswana’s deep midwinter, so cold we can see our breath as we whisper....

Why Africa?

Why Africa?

Why do seasoned safari-goers return to the continent time and again, despite the myriad other global wildlife hotspots jostling for their attention? Mike Unwin reflects I am currently pondering this question from Julius Nyerere International Airport, Dar es Salaam,...

Remembering Great Apes

Remembering Great Apes

Remembering Wildlife is the collective name for the series of books created by British wildlife photographer Margot Raggett, who was prompted to take action after seeing a poached elephant in Northern Kenya in 2014. She began asking fellow wildlife...

Seniors on safari

Seniors on safari

Recently a reader rang in to renew her subscription, saying that she and her husband don’t travel to Africa as much as they used to, because they were retired and didn’t think they could cope, both physically and financially....

Sudan unwrapped

Sudan unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel. Why visit? The history, the noble bearing of the people, the space to yourself and the incomparable desert setting make Sudan one-of-a-kind. It’s easy to overlook this mystical country, but...

Pick a pair of binos

Pick a pair of binos

Binoculars can dramatically enhance the game-viewing experience, which is why we’re always encouraging safari-goers to pack a pair. As it is with cameras, a wide range of binoculars are available from numerous brands, varying in lens quality, size and,...

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