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Sand and deliver

2017 is the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, a trend that has gained momentum over the past 20 years. Since 1997, the options on the continent’s coastline have improved considerably, with beach escapes becoming increasingly accessible, diverse, ethical and eco-conscious, says Gabriella Mulligan The sharp, loud ‘snap’ sounds …

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Does Africa offer good value?

Recently, I remarked with some consternation: “35% increase, you must be joking!” Never before had the industry seen such a horrific increase in the cost of staying at safari lodges in one year, especially as it seemed to be across that particular country’s entire industry. The actual increase was compounded …

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Shaping the continent, part 4: Ancestral voices

In part four of our series The Shaping of Africa Len Rix considers the many and varied languages that grace the land. Africa is as rich in its language as in its diversity of peoples. From the souks of Algiers to the townships of KwaZulu-Natal it throbs with a thousand …

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Sudan in pictures

The beauty of this wild and untouched country inspires this stunning portfolio of images by Rene Bauer Sudan is a destination that, currently, is not exactly shining with a positive reputation. There are not many tourists exploring the country, yet my partner and I have been traveling on-and-off through Sudan …

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Hope for the future

Jack Andrew Cribb talks to Charly Facheux, the Vice President for Conservation Projects of the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), about his work, achievements and aspirations You were born in Cameroon. What was it like growing up there?I was born into a family of six, but I never remember our house …

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Ride for lions

There can be no greater mountain biking experience than the annual Ride For Lions MTB Tour, supported by Great Plains Foundation. Jacques Marais joined a select group of cyclists from around the world to pedal more than 200km across Kenya’s Amboseli-Tsavo region. Photographs by Jacques Marais. Close your eyes and …

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