Of Spots and Fangs

Travel Africa Magazine’a Shamwari News

The stealth and beauty of the leopard

“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be."Karen Ravn

Issue 79 is now out

Subscriber copies of our new edition are now in the mail. We hope you’ll receive your copy soon, and that you’ll be as intrigued by the chimps, and blown away by the leopards, as we were. (Sometimes I think that wildlife photography must be one of the best jobs in the world, don’t you agree?)
For non-subscribers who’d like a copy, you can now order it online here.

Spots and fangs

Wildlife photographer Greg du Toit has made it his mission to capture the elusive leopard on camera in an attempt to increase general public awareness of their vulnerability and foster a greater knowledge and appreciation for this iconic cat.

10 breathtaking beaches

Everyone knows about Africa’s diverse wildlife and dramatic landscapes, but fewer people know about its islands and pristine coastlines. Jasreen Mayal Khanna reveals her list of the best spots to soak up the sun.

The changing face of safari

Theforthcoming 80th issue of Travel Africa marks our 20th anniversary, so we thought it would be fun to create a themed issue reflecting on the changes in the safari experience over the last two decades, what it’s like now… and what the safari of the future might look like. It’s going to be jammed with great content and opinion. See our editorial highlights here.

And here’s where YOU come in – where will we safari in the next 20 years?
As we cast our thoughts to the safari of the future, we wonder what African destinations you think will become the ‘hot’ places to visit over the next 20 years, and why? Share your suggestions on email to editor

Could Zakouma be on your wishlist? Photo (above) courtesy African Parks / Darren Potgeiter

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Safari njema!
Sherry Rix, Customer Services

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