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Travel Africa Magazine

4 issues per year Write Review From $3.75 per issue Explore the world’s most exciting continent with the only magazine dedicated to travel to Africa. Whether you have never visited or are a regular safari-goer, Travel Africa is packed with inspiration, ideas and advice from top writers, travel experts and photographers to help you to plan your next safari.
With over a dozen features on all the main safari countries, plus articles on wildlife, culture and history, interviews with guides and conservationists, and sections on conservation and safari planning, Travel Africa is packed with great content on every page.
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Travel Africa  |  October-December 16 (76)  


Transfixed by Ethiopia • Lake Kariba • Kolmanskop, Namibia's ghost town • South Africa on a shoestring • Looking for lemurs in Madagascar • Kenya's keepers of the wild • Why Bengweulu is so bewitching • Remote Ruaha • Sail away to St Helena • Chimps in Uganda • Picture-perfect Tuli... and much more!
Explore the world’s most exciting continent with the only magazine dedicated to travel to Africa. Whether you have never visited or are a regular safari-goer, Travel Africa is packed with inspiration, ideas and advice from top writers, travel experts and photographers to help you to plan your next safari.
With over a dozen features on all the main safari countries, plus articles on wildlife, culture and history, interviews with guides and conservationists, and sections on conservation and safari planning, Travel Africa is packed with great content on every page.
The app has replica pages so you can enjoy the same great design layout as the print edition, as well as text-only and mobile versions to make it easy to read on any device. Additional rich content such as image galleries and video is embedded in the app to allow you to further explore this extraordinary continent.
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Travel Africa October-December 16 (76).

THIS IS AFRICA THE THINGS WE FALL IN LOVE WITH Rose-tinted BOBBY HAAS / NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE Lake Retba (or Lac Rose), situated in Senegal’s Cap Vert peninsula and just 20km from Dakar, is a natural wonder. ...
Winners ’ gallery At Travel Africa, we are proud to partner with the prestigious Nature’s Best Photography Africa competition, which celebrates the continent’s natural heritage and beauty. In this stunning online portf...
Seize the day Issue 76, October-December 2016 “If we look straight and deep into a chimpanzee’s eyes, an intelligent self-assured personality looks back at us. If they are animals, what must we be?” There is much ...
Featured book The Big Cat Man An autubiography by Jonathan Scott Photographer, author and front man for the BBC’s hugely popular Big Cat Diary TV series, Jonathan Scott is the consummate communicator, able to shar...
Reader review Green Land, Brown Land: An Environmental History Of Africa, 1800-1990 By James C McCannI run a small family business that makes energy-saving stoves and barbecues, and we are also involved with fores...
SEVEN RECENT RELEASES Reviews by Maria Airey ELEPHANT DAWN BY SHARON PINCOTT This book is the memoir of distinguished elephant conservationist Sarah Pincott. It details her intrepid life change from corporate executive to ...