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Mozambique: Beyond the beaches

Mozambique

Mozambique: Beyond the beaches

Dazzling, white sand beaches might be one of the main draws in Mozambique, but venture deeper and this overlooked, unspoilt corner of Africa comes into its own — from Maputo, its rough-edged, art-soaked capital, to…

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Kenya: Tread very carefully

Kenya

Kenya: Tread very carefully

In rural Northern Kenya, you can track the notoriously feisty eastern black rhino, picnic with elephants, and explore Mount Kenya on the back of a pony — proof, if ever it was ever needed, that…

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Uganda: Big beasts of the Impenetrable Park

Uganda

Uganda: Big beasts of the Impenetrable Park

Intelligent, gentle, vulnerable. No one who looks into a gorilla’s eyes can remain unchanged. It’s a mind-blowing experience, but in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, it’s one you may have to work for

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Spain: Life on Mars

Spain

Spain: Life on Mars

The lofty Martian landscapes of the volcanic Teide National Park make for an unforgettable walking experience

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Safari for 73-year-old beginners

Zambia

Safari for 73-year-old beginners

It’s never too late to experience the wonders of the African bush — as a mother-and-daughter safari in Zambia proves. And it helps if your mum happens to have a lucky knack for spotting leopards

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Africa: Meet the people

Features

Africa: Meet the people

For all its myriad natural wonders and abundant wildlife, it’s the people of Africa who are the real highlight. From a Maasai beadworker in Kenya and a Tanzanian savannah guide to a shark conservationist in…

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Madagascar: A world apart

Madagascar

Madagascar: A world apart

Madagascar’s otherworldly spiny forest is home to natural curios found nowhere else — from lemurs to giraffe weevils. But it’s an endangered habitat that needs eco-tourism to take root if it’s to survive

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