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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

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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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East Africa: Meeting Doctor Jane

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East Africa: Meeting Doctor Jane

The Albertine Rift, where East Africa meets the Congo, is Africa’s Galapagos, and one of the best places to track chimpanzees. Follow in the footsteps of legendary primatologist Dr Jane Goodall to observe these spellbinding…

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