Which cover photo do you prefer?

The Travel Africa magazine again lets readers decide on the cover page phote

Which cover option do you prefer?

OK, so we know you’ve seen our leopard cover option before, but we just can’t seem to let it go! In the forthcoming April-June issue of Travel Africa (going to print next week) we’ll give you everything you need to know about Zambia’s Luangwa Valley, plus we’re going to reveal South Africa’s ten secret parks for wildlife enthusiasts, where you might be lucky enough to see a rhino. So please let us know which of these covers you think will have greatest appeal and get people picking up the magazine from the newsstand, or clicking on it to read on a phone or tablet?
Tell us which cover you think we should run with:  Luangwa leopard  Mud-caked rhino 
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The inside track on walking in Africa

Many discerning travellers reckon Africa is best experienced on foot. And they have a point. Certainly some of the continent’s most iconic adventures — be it tracking chimps or gorillas, hiking up its mountains, or exploring remote cultural sites — are available only to those willing to put on their walking shoes. Even a safari gains a more immediate and exhilarating dimension without the constant turning-over of an engine. Here’s our pick of some of Africa’s most exciting on-foot adventures.

Africa Solo

Taking 18 days off the original Guinness World Record, Mark Beaumont cycled from Cairo to Cape Town in just over 41 days. Olivia Rook caught up with him to find out how he survived this epic challenge.

New to Africa

Richard Beck is blown away by southern Africa’s wildlife, clear night skies and top-notch camps and lodges on his first safari. Click here to read more.

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