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"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better" Albert Einstein

Jambo! Welcome to another issue of our e-newsletter, Shamwari, for readers of Travel Africa magazine, and for those looking for great gifts for friends and family!

Savage Kingdom

Arriving in the Delta at four days old, Brad Bestelink has just about as much claim to his environment as the animals he films. Catching up with him before his latest film series, Savage Kingdom, hits our screens on Friday this week, Rose Gamble finds out about fishing leopards, diving with wild crocodiles and living on the road.

Ghost town

And then, join Phil Clisby as he journeys into the Namib Desert to discover what is left of Kolmanskop, and check out the amazing photographs by Christoph Hilger – they’re absolutely fascinating!

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• One year subscription to Travel Africa magazine (four issues), starting with the forthcoming Winter edition of Travel Africa magazine (edition 77), mailed separately at the end of December.
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New book – Sacred Nature, Life’s Eternal Dance

A work of staggering beauty that showcases the life work and extraordinary talents of Jonathan and Angela Scott, creators of Big Cat Diary.

Over many years, Jonathan and Angela have graced our TV screens as they showed us the fragile beauty of the planet’s wildlife and the many dangers it faced in these modern times. Their sheer talent as photographers and the unique empathy their work reveals with their subjects is the stuff of legend and without rival – as evidenced in the thirty books they have published so far.

However, this is the first book created to celebrate two lives dedicated to their art and their passion – the Nature and Wildlife of Africa. It offers the finest of their images reproduced at the highest quality on fine art paper in a large-format volume destined to hold pride of place in any library or bookshelf.

To buy your copy today, click here or go to the Books tab on our Shop at where you can browse our full selection.

The ABC of flavour

Unique. Ethical. Award-winning. Three jars of sauces, professionally hand produced, 100% natural and containing no artificial colours or preservatives. They are packed with passion, flavour and rich authentic spicing combinations.

The "African Spice Paste" is warm, rich and delicious. Inspired from "Berbere’ an Ethiopian red pepper spice paste, red wine is used, which adds depth and results in a full flavoured, divine and mouth-watering condiment.

The original "Baobab Chilli Jam" and winner of the Devon Life Food & Drink Awards – Best Food Product. Baobab chilli jam is explosively spicy and a firm favourite. Perfect with cheese, mixed in pasta.

"Chakalaka Sauce" This amazing and versatile sauce has a lovely depth and intense rich flavour.

The perfect gift – grab yours now by clicking here!

Matopos 2017 Calendar

It’s back! The Matopos Calendar for 2017, with a stunning A4 photograph by André van Rooyen and a poem by renowned local poet, John Eppel, for every month. An ideal Christmas gift, the sale of which contributes directly to the protection of the rhino of Matopos!

Please feel free to head on over to our Gifts section where we’ve stocked up on a range of unusual items that will make excellent gifts for all Africa lovers, including playing cards, maps and Shukas, plus the trio of utterly delicious African Chef products. To see the full range, please visit us online at Happy shopping!

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