Issue 3 (Spring 1998)
Spring 1998

Zimbabwe's Matobo Hills · Zimbabwe, Country Profile · Botswana's Drotsky's Caves · Namibia's Caprivi Strip · Namibia's Himba Tribe · The Kruger National Park · Egypt: Pyramids of Giza · Ethiopia, Country Profile · Madagascar: Island of Ancestors · Nairobi: Karibu, City Profile · Kenya's Aberdere National Park · Gorillas · Mali: Timbuktu · Photoschool: Portraits



Zimbabwe: The Spirit of Matobo
There can be fewer finer examples of the beauty and mystery of the natural world than in Zimbabwe's Matobo Hills.
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Mali: Into Timbuktu
When Bob Burch ventured into the Sahara to find the fabled city of Timbuktu, he discovered a town rich in intrigue and history, but little else.
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Egypt: The Pyramids
No matter how often you see pictures of the Pyramids of Giza, you have to visit them to appreciate how overwhelmingly massive they really are. David Winter reports.
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Madagascar: Island of the Ancestors
Madagascar is renowned for its unique wildlife, but it also boasts abundant tropical rainforest and beaches - and a strong cultural heritage. For the adventurous traveller looking for a fascinating and unusual destination, Madagascar has a tremendous amount to offer. Report by Paul and Sarah McBride.
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Kenya: Nairobi City Profile
David Simpson suggests that Nairobi should be on every African visitors itinerary - if only because it is the gateway to one of the continent's most beautiful countries. The city may be crumbling, but the welcome is still friendly!
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Zimbabwe: Under a Blue Sky
On her first visit to Africa, Naomi Adamson soon discovered the various moods that contribute to the strong appeal the continent holds for regular visitors.
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Botswana: Drotsky's Caverns
Join Mike Main as he visits the secretive Drotsky's Caves, deep in Botswana's north-west wilderness.
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Namibia: The Himba
The Himba are a strong, self-sufficient people living in Namibia's dry Kaokaland. But how are they coping in the 90's? Story and pictures by Amy Schoeman.
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Wildlife: Gorillas - Dynasty in the Mist
In following the fortunes of one family of Mountain Gorillas in the Virunga Volcanoes, Ian Redmond finds some hope for the future of these gently giants as they battle for survival in war-torn east-central Africa.
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Namibia: The Caprivi Strip
Namibia's Caprivi Strip is an obscure finger of land stretching between Botswana and Zambia to reach Zimbabwe. Originally intended as a trade route, 'the Strip' is a lush, wet wilderness rich in flora and fauna. Chris McIntyre suggests it is well worth the visit.
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