Swahili Time

Travel Africa Extra Magazine

Dear ATC News Readers,

Welcome to the next issue of Travel Africa Extra, our monthly compendium of information, stories, interviews and advice for readers of Travel Africa magazine, delivered to you by email at the end of each month.
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Luangwa in pictures

David Rogers has been visiting and photographing this region since 1995

Zambia, month by month

The birds, the wild flowers, the bullfrogs and the rutting

Swahili time

A mutual love of football overrides cultural differences in Pingwe, Zanzibar

The Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

In game reserves, midday is prime action time

You light up my life

If you know what your flashlight takes like, then you need a headlamp

On foot in Kruger

Walking the Olifants River Back Pack Trail offered by SANParks

Meet Sophie Walbeoffe

Painting elephants, ostriches and, of course, camels

Partner Profile

African Bush Camps CEO Beks Ndlovu developed his love for remote areas at a young age, accompanying his mother, a nurse, to rural outposts in Zimbabwe.

Multilingual Ian Batchelor

We talked to the co-founder of Upmarket Safaris about growing up in Zimbabwe, his favourite safari activity and what it’s like to have your wife as your business partner…

Africa is extraordinary. Its people are some of the most peaceable, friendly and welcoming in the world. Its natural beauty and heritage breathtaking and abundant. They say you never visit Africa once; that it touches you in a way that is hard to explain. If you’ve enjoyed these articles, and they’ve been helpful to you, why not subscribe to Travel Africa magazine, and encourage your friends to subscribe as well, and together we’ll explore the world’s most exciting continent!

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