Issue 81 (January-March 2018) Editorial highlights
The features for this issue will include:
Unusual places to stay
Lodges and tented camps have their own appeal – but they’re not the only option. We give you 12 pages of some of the most unconventional boltholes in Africa.
In search of a more affordable safari option in Botswana, Sarah Gilbert joins a mobile camping safari.
Martha Mukaiwa visits Swakopmund, absorbing the atmosphere and exploring its architecture, restaurants, bars, shops and sites.
Tracking cheetah on foot is a challenging and exciting task. Nick Dall sets out into Mountain Zebra National Park to search for the world’s fastest cat – and in the process learn about its behaviour.
A wildlife lover’s guide to the many must-have experiences as well as when and where to have them.
In this four-page essay, Trevor Jenner dispels the myths about this often misunderstood country.
Masoala National Park, in north-eastern Madagascar, is the largest of the island’s protected areas. Gillian McLaren visits to learn about the efforts to conserve its biodiversity.
For a relatively small country, Malawi packs a punch with its avian riches. Dominic Couzens reveals the 10 best spots for twitchers.
Using the Inhambane Province as an example, Struan Douglas describes Mozambique’s extraordinary marine life – from blue whales to manta rays – and reflects on what is being done, and what more can be done, to protect it.
Mark Eveleigh travels to northern Uganda to meet the fascinating Ik tribe, and learn about their culture and history.
While in Sierra Leone to take part in a marathon, Sue Watt visits various community projects and finds out what else this West African country has to offer.
Portfolio: Nature’s Best Photography Africa Winners’ gallery
Our pick of the winning photographs from this year’s Nature’s Best Photography Africa competition.
And much more…
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