Issue 4 (Summer 1998)
Summer 1998

Lake Malawi · Mozambique's Religious Heritage · Maasai Culture · Endemic Wildlife Species of Ethiopia · Cote d'Ivoire, Country Profile · Ghana: Accra, City Profile · Bao: Game of Africa · Namibia's Damaraland · South Africa: Cape Coast · Southern Africa's Trans-Frontier Conservations Areas · Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park · Zambia: Stately English Home · Bostswana's Okavango Delta · Rail Safari Options in Southern Africa · Tunisia's Matmata Caveman Village · Photoschool: Namibian Desert



Ethiopia: Travel Diary
"Thirteen Months of Sunshine" is the familiar tourist slogan, the Ethiopian calendar having 13 months. But when is the best time to visit the country and should you make sure you travel at a certain time if you have specific interests?
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Rail Safaris
Southern Africa boasts an impressive range of rail safaris, including some of the finest in the world.
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Mozambique: Soul Remains
Mozambique's rich religious heritage is evidenced by a string of centuries-old churches, many of which have fallen into a chronic state of disrepair. But, as Philip Briggs discovers, they reveal much about the country's history.
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Zimbabwe: The Self-drive Experience
Ron Crittall on self-drive in Zimbabwe.
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Zimbabwe: Death and Renewal in the Valley
The Save Valley Conservancy was born from the devastation of a prolonged drought in the early 1990's. This pioneering conservation project is opening up Zimbabwe's lowveld to international tourism and fast becoming one of the country's major attractions. Story and pictures by Jan Teede.
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Kenya: Kimana Community Wildlife
The Kimana Community Wildlife Sancturary set a precedent in Kenya for being the first community owned and managed wildlife sanctuary.
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Southern Africa: Peace Parks - The Plan to Link

Undoubtably Africa's most ambitious conservation effort is the proposal to merge southern Africa's parks into Trans-Frontier Conservation Areas. The benefits of such a scheme are many, but the practicalities are extremely complex. David Holt-Biddle reports on the progress made so far.

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Botswana: Okavango Delta
The wetland wilderness that is the Okavango Delta is undoubtably one of Africa's most spectacular wildlife areas. Adrian Bailey profiles Botswana's aquatic enigma.
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South Africa: Cape Fishing Villages
Johan Liebenberg suggest that the real character of the Cape coast comes from the extensive beaches and charming fishing villages all within easy reach of Cape Town.
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Tunisia: Cave Dwellers of Matmata
Reg Butler discovers that life in Matmata's cave village is more practical than one might think.
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Zambia: Shiwa N'gandu
Deep in the hear of the Zambian bush is a stately English home falling victim to high maintenance costs. Could tourism help to revive its former glory.
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