Where to next in Africa?

The Travel Africa Magazine asks: Where to next?

Jambo! “The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.” Richard Mullin (Origin unknown)

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The Autumn edition of Travel Africa will be going to print at the end of September, and we’ve compiled an amazing selection of features on unknown, mysterious and unexplored places to go and animals to discover – we can’t wait to share it with you!

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Primate safaris

Although often overlooked as a reason for a safari in their own right, primates have the power to captivate a human audience more than any other mammal order. Here Philip Briggs shows you how to include them in your next safari.

Essential Tanzania

Tanzania undoubtedly offers the most diverse attractions on the continent. It has more World Heritage Sites than any other, a vast coastline, the highest peak, the deepest lake, sweeping savannas and forested mountains. And it is vast. So if you’re planning a visit, you have a lot to consider.

The Sacred Combe

"We’ve all got one. A secret, special place. Hidden. To know such a place, to love such a place, is part of being human." This book will interest anyone with a particular love for the Luangwa Valley in Zambia – check it out here!

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