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Summer Edition 2014

  • Greater Kruger 2 ways – is this the best-value park in Africa?
  • Namibia – the Caprivi Strip
  • Honey Badger – meet the world’s most fearless animal
  • Zambia – Lusaka stopover
  • History – The Great War in Africa
  • Responsible Travel – Culture, clashes and cameras
  • Botswana Travel Guide – help with itineraries and planning

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South Africa – Greater Kruger two ways
Yes, Kruger is vast, diverse and popular, but is at actually any good? With everything from opulence to the bare basics on offer, there’s a multitude of ways to find out. We sent Emma Gregg to sample two different safari experiences and find out if this is the best value park in Africa?

Namibia – Strip Tease
The Caprivi Strip is a curious stretch of land very different to the rest of Namibia. Nick van der Leek couldn’t resist its lure.

Mozambique – Remote access
The expansive Niassa Reserve is not on a well-trodden safari path. Which is why Emma Thomson was so eager to visit.

Zambia – Lusaka stopover
Make sure you spend some time in Lusaka, says Carol White, who gives her inside tips to getting the best out of the city.

Zimbabwe – Highland fling
Highland fling  Zimbabwe has a reputation as a great safari destination, but its eastern highlands will surprise you, says Derek Solomon.

Malawi – Chill zone
Is Malawi a viable beach and bush option? The lake is surely one of Africa’s most underrated places to relax, discovers John Hale.

Tanzania – Starstruck
Join Tira Shubart on a safari with views like you’ve never seen before… talk about appreciating Africa’s vast skies!

Adventure – The wheel deal
Helen Lloyd spent 20 months cycling 25,000km across Africa. She had a chat with Mary Askew.

History – The Great War in Africa
To commemorate the centenary of the start of World War 1, Phillip Briggs and Len Rix reflect on the conflict in Africa.

Tunisia – Style and substance
As tourists return to a more settled Tunisia, new boutique hotels are emerging that showcase the country’s charm and hospitality, says Ben West.

Portfolio – African Wildlife Exposed
Extraordinary images by South African photographer Greg du Toit, and the commitment required to get them.

Responsible Travel – Culture, clashes and cameras
The Omo Valley is one of Africa’s last vestiges of tribal culture. But is the increasing obsession with photography ruining the experience for both tourists and tribes? Sue Watt ponders the balance.

Wildlife – Psycho! Tougher, bluffer or psychopath?
An admiring Mike Unwin seeks to explore the reality behind the reputation of “the world’s most fearless animal”.

Botswana Travel Guide
A popular resource to help you to plan your visit. Our overview helps you to plot your itinerary, and our sponsored directory will help you to figure out which companies to travel with.