Issue 14 (Winter 2000/1)
Winter 2000

Life and Soul of Cape Town · Understanding Elephants · On Safari with Children · Kenya to Cape Town self drive · Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park · Zambia's Kasanka National Park · Madagascar's Masoala Peninsula · Accommodation in Uganda · Kenya's Samburu Game Reserve · Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve - Malawi · Music of Mali · Elephants and 'Campfire' · Photoschool: Animals in Action



Malawi: Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve
Vwaza Marsh Wildlife Reserve may be one of Malawi's lesser-known (and little-visited) safari destinations, but it is surprisingly rewarding, finds Gordon Lethbridge.
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Self Drive: Kenya to Cape Town
In May and June, the African winter, Juliet Le Breton went on a self-drive safari from Kenya to Cape Town with Tanda Tula Africa. She was accompanied by her English fiancé, Tim, the Opera Twins (Carmen and Maria) and 19-year-old Emma. Tanda Tula supplied two guides: Gary, a Zimbabwean, and Seth, a South African. They drove two Land Rovers - a 130 fitted with a kitchen and rooftop tents, and the crew vehicle, an open-sided 110 nicknamed "Hillary" because of its obvious dislike of climbing mountains.
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Activities: Africa by Bicycle - Leg 5
Leg 5: Burkina Faso, Mali, Guinea.
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South Africa: Cape Town
Everyone seemed to be looking at nothing in particular, gazing over a railing separating road and sea, towards a steely horizon. Suddenly I was braking hard and pulling over to join them. I'd seen a steamy, V-shaped plume break the water's surface - the distinctive exhalation of the Southern Right Whale.
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Wildlife: Elephants
Every visitor to the African bush wants to see an elephant. Alongside their intelligence, intense social ties, vulnerability to emotion and phenomenal memories, they're physically extraordinary too, as Travel Africa reveals.
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On Safari with Children
Travelling through Africa with children may be unpredictable but it isn't unmanageable, says Natascha Scott-Stokes.
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Zimbabwe: Mana Pools
Situated in the Zambezi valley, Mana Pools has a reputation for being one of Africa's wildest National Parks. It also offers an excellent opportunity to get surprisingly close to wildlife, discovers John Warburton-Lee.
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Madagascar: Mosoala Peninsula
Rean van de Merwe discovers an uneasy mixture of western and traditional influences in the rainforests of eastern Madagascar's Masoala Peninsula.
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Kenya: Samburu Game Reserve
In the untamed terrain that is Kenya's Samburu Game Reserve Melanie Finn enjoys a surprisingly rewarding safari.
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Sudan: At a Glance
Land
The Republic of Sudan is the largest country in Africa and covers more ground than all the EU countries put together. Stretching 2050km from east to west, it embraces the Nubian Desert, which covers much of the northern areas.
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Uganda: Accommodation
From presidential suite to stone banda, Uganda offers the adventurous, independent-minded traveller some of the best value accommodation in Africa. Where does it go from here? Story and photographs by David Pluth.
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