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Autumn Edition 2014

Zambia – 50 reasons to get stuck in now!
Emma Gregg visits Zimbabwe
All you need to know about self-drive safaris
Nyungwe, Nyika and Mole
Remarkable reptiles
The silence of the Kalahari
Kenya: call of the conservancies

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To mark Zambia’s golden anniversary as an independent country in October this year, we asked Chris McIntyre and Tricia Hayne (who have both travelled extensively around the country over many years) to put together 50 attractions that would appeal to you, the traveller – from the attention-grabbing must-sees to some more offbeat gems.

Salibonani!  With interest in Zimbabwe growing, we sent Emma Gregg to explore some of the country’s diverse attractions.

Escape to the country – Nina Lex drives up to the Nyika Plateau – an idyllic region she recommends all visitors include in their itinerary.

South Africa
Ann and Steve Toon head to Madikwe, a hidden gem of a reserve that’s celebrating 20 years of successful conservation work.

When Kate Eshelby pitched a story on the back of her visit to Rodrigues, we had to ask: “Where?” Now we want to go.

Regeneration work done in Rwanda’s main parks is helping Nyungwe to become Africa’s prime rainforest reserve.

Kenya’s conservancies pair unique safari experiences with the chance to observe responsible community and wildlife initiatives in action. Lauren Jarvis visits two.

With more people now seeking longer safaris with greater independence, and on tighter budgets, Andrew St. Pierre White tells you all you need to know about planning your own self-drive adventure.

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Weight .400 kg
Dimensions 30 x 21 x .5 cm

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