Zambia, Egypt, boots, rhinos and ostriches

Enjoy the latest edition of the Travel Africa Extra Magazine

Information, stories, interviews and advice for readers of Travel Africa magazine

Welcome to the July 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.
Please feel free to share this mini-mag with family, friends and colleagues who’d enjoy reading more about Africa – the more readers we have, the more we’re all sharing our love of Africa!

Cape Town from the sky

The Mother City as you’ve not seen it before, by Mauro Matalone

Zambia’s highlights

Something new to discover in every corner

If the boot fits

Buying the correct hiking boot involves doing a little legwork

Egypt, month by month

Hottest months, coolest months, best months

Location, location, location

The intricate art of home building in the natural world

Shaping the continent, part 2

Come rain or shine

The ostrich

"Don’t put your head in the sand, I’m watching you!"

Partner Profile

We meet the co-founders of Part of Africa, an exclusive sales and marketing agent for a private reserve in Botswana’s Tuli Block

Walking with rhinos

Jenny Bowen leads her first Walking Women holiday in central Swaziland, with crashing success

Q&A: Grant Reed

When it comes to wildlife experiences, there isn’t much that this man hasn’t seen or done

Seeing is believing

A new column by Mike Unwin exploring the weird world of African wildlife, starting with the outlandish shoebill

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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