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October-December 2019

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“My team encountered this isolated giraffe late one
I have never met Reza Pakravan, and I am not sure I
Our writers share tales from their travels
Hwange is one of the least visited parks in southern
Meet Olepeng Maitapiso – or simply ‘Ollie’ – who hails from a village deep within the Okavango Delta and has been a guide with Desert and Delta for over twelve years
Just as Victoria Falls is known as the adventure capital of southern Africa, the same can be said for East Africa of Jinja. If you’re looking for some action on your holiday, the Pearl of Africa is a magnet for adrenaline junkies
Ann Hilton runs the gauntlet in Tanzania’s intoxicating Ruaha National Park
Marie T Smith explains how a photographic safari truly opened her eyes
How Gnaoua Festival changed my life, by Yousif Nur
Art initiative to raise funds for conservation
Why do we travel? What are we seeking?
With its abundance of wildlife and dramatic, spacious landscapes, Botswana is a wildlife photographer’s dream destination. Charlie Lynam shares the stories behind some of his favourite shots
Committed individuals are working together to build a private game reserve that will drive conservation projects in a remote part of southern Botswana
Namibia is renowned as one of the world’s great self-drive destinations, with adventurers lured by its vast, open landscapes, unique wildlife sightings and a sense of escape. But what is it really like to travel around? What are the secrets you need to know before you leave, and what is the best route to take?
Our accommodation guide to help you find the pick of the pillows in one of Africa’s most remarkable wildlife regions: the Lower Zambezi Valley
Understanding the geography of the park will explain the structure of the accommodation available
By extending the amount of land under protection, there’s more space for lodges to spread out along the bank of the Zambezi.
It seems we already know so much about Kenya; its better-known
As with every destination you choose to visit, you’ll start the process with a head full of queries. So we asked guide book writer and East African travel specialist Richard Trillo to address some of the questions most asked by potential visitors.
Kenya’s diverse tourist attractions are well documented, but we wanted to dig deeper, to find the tips and tricks that regular travellers have discovered, and seek local advice. Perhaps their experience can enrich your next trip.
Nearly 60 years after Jane Goodall first arrived in Gombe to study chimpanzees, we return to Tanzania’s western mountain reserves. What is the legacy of her work? What is the wildlife experience really like? What are the prospects for Tanzania’s chimp populations?
Over recent years several well-travelled, highly experienced safari operators and guides have told us that visiting Zakouma National Park in Chad was possibly the best wilderness experience they had had. And this from people who have spent time in many of Africa’s iconic wildlife reserves. With that recommendation, we simply had to go to see what the fuss was all about.
Lions are undoubtably the most revered and iconic animals
Why are we so fascinated by lions? What’s the point of them, anyway? And what can a healthy lion population tell us about the wider landscape? Here we explore our deep-rooted love for the king of the beasts, for it is this passion that holds the key to their survival.
What would you rather spot on your African safari – an ant or an antelope? Mary Askew took her children on safari and was surprised by what made it a roaring success
Route 62 is South Africa’s answer to Australia’s Outback
Recognising her work to conserve water and biodiversity hotspots in Angola, 29-yearold Adjany Costa has won the UN Young Champions of the Earth prize.
How are conservationists now viewing our approach to protecting wildlife? By Adam Cruise
AWF is supporting the transformation of an important wildlife haven in Kenya while benefitting local communities. By Jeff Dunnink
You know that post-Christmas lunch stupor, feeling like you’ve swallowed a whole turkey? Well, welcome to the world of the African rock python. By Mike Unwin
Fancy somewhere a bit unusual to stay when visiting
For many travellers – even those who might not have been there – South Africa feels reassuringly familiar, like an old friend we have long known. Yet it is far from ordinary. To understand it better, and to look beyond the favourites of Cape Town and Kruger, we spoke to South African-born Greg Fox of UK tour operator Mahlatini Luxury Travel
If there is one thing that gives travellers sleepless nights on safari it’s the tipping conundrum: who, how and what’s fair? So we sought the opinions of tour operators, lodge owners and camp managers to help solve this perennial concern
A plantation-style property in Nairobi’s leafy Karen
Specifically to allow guests to witness the annual
As Victoria Falls Safari Lodge celebrates its 25th anniversary, we asked Ross Kennedy to reflect on the lessons learned in building a successful hospitality business in Zimbabwe, and his hopes for the future
A laid-back chimpanzee, photographed by Thomas Mangelsen