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Keeping track of cheetah

Nick Dall sets out in South Africa’s Mountain Zebra National Park to search for the world’s fastest feline, and learn about its behaviour and interaction with its cousin the lion I’m breathless and starting to sweat, despite the Karoo morning chill. Two Austrian tourists and I have spent the last …

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Why you should visit Zimbabwe now!

Our publisher, Craig Rix, urges readers to visit his homeland sooner rather than later, to capture the atmosphere and help boost the country’s development Sitting in a cold Oxfordshire office, it was thrilling to watch the scenes from Harare and Bulawayo as the recent ‘transition’ of power in Zimbabwe unfolded. …

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10 Top spots for birders

For a relatively small country, Malawi harbours some impressive avian riches. Dominic Couzens reveals the best places to go Malawi is a small country that punches well above its weight as a birdwatching destination. Part of the reason is the sheer, delightful practicality: distances are manageable, there is some excellent …

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A wildlife lover’s Zambia

From bat swarms and birding bonanzas to leopard encounters and little-known migrations, William Gray presents a guide to Zambia’s definitive, spine-tingling experiences Thirty years have past since my first visit to Zambia. Bouncing around the country in the back of a bright yellow overland truck, it fuelled my love of …

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Senses and sensibility

The new Super Sensory Safari in Mana Pools National Park demonstrates how innovative ideas and specialist guiding are enriching the experience of the modern-day safari. Words and photographs by Mike Unwin “How would nature build a city?” The question comes from our guide, Rob Janisch. And the answer, it seems, …

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The 12 best wilderness areas in Zimbabwe

When you think there are some wonderful places we had to ignore in order to keep this list to just a dozen, you realise quite how diverse the country is. Gonarezhou National ParkLocated deep within Zimbabwe’s southeast corner, Gonarezhou (pictured above) is the country’s second-largest national park, covering just over …

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Is this the world’s best art museum?

Steve and Ann Toon are impressed by Cape Town’s magical new masterpiece. Geometric windows bulge like big bubble-wrap, fat gemstones, or a regiment of goggle-eyed chameleons. They pop with the changing colours of the Cape Town sky – cerulean, silver, grey, bright white, sapphire and indigo. Glinting high above the …

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