Travel Africa 72 Autumn 2015


TA72Cover-400Travel Africa Issue 72 – Autumn 2015

  • In this issue
  • Awestruck by the Victoria Falls
  • 22 Unforgettable experiences in Laikipia
  • Secret Selous – big reserve, huge appeal
  • Kgalagadi – falling for the Kalahari
  • Mountains of the Moon
  • Essential KwaZulu Natal
  • Chameleons
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Power trip
The sheer might of the Victoria Falls will blow you away. But what’s more, it’s at the heart of one of Africa’s most diverse and exciting regions. Our guide will help you to make the most of your visit. Compiled by Mana Meadows

Shades of pale
Surrounded by the red sands and blond grasses of Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Justin Fox sees more big cats than tourists

Against all odds
Tony Park explores some of Namibia’s most remote and sun-scorched regions in search of desert-adapted wildlife

On the road
Jane Labous sets off on a hair-raising journey from Ghana to northern Togo

Lakeside living
Lake Malawi is a wonderful escape for one and all. But where should you stay? Gemma Catlin finds out

The allure of Laikipia
This region offers an enticing blend of remote escapes and high adventure. Richard Trillo uncovers the 22 best experiences in this oft-overlooked Kenyan jewel

The secret south
The Selous Game Reserve’s location, terrain and size make you feel truly alone in the wilderness, says Anthea Rowan

The roof of the Rwenzoris
The Mountains of the Moon are surprisingly unspoilt. Morgan Trimble takes on the challenge of conquering Uganda’s snow-encrusted highest peak

Morocco with kids
With medinas, snake charmers, camels, desert dunes and plenty of sticky dates, this North African country makes a great self-drive destination for the whole family. Mike Unwin reports

Iconic Africa
A stunning selection of images from writer David Bristow and photographers Roger and Pat de la Harpe’s fantastic new coffee table book African Icons.