Issue 17 (Autumn 2001)
Autumn 2001

Morroco Country Profile · Ghana's Cocoa Trail · South Africa's Cedarberg Mountains ·¬ Central Kalahari Game Reserve Botswana · ¬ Walking with Lions in Zimbabwe · Golfing Holidays in Africa · ¬ Liuwa Plains Zambia · ¬ Birding in Malawi · Madagascar's Wildlife · Tanzania's Tribes · Kenya's Secret Places · The Ancient City of Harar, Ethiopia · Travelling in Libya's Lost Worlds · Photoschool: Underwater Photography



Kenya: 10 Secret Places
Known for its well-developed tourism infrastructure, Kenya is often avoided by the cognoscenti, who claim that the "real Africa" now lies elsewhere. But do they know what they're missing? Philip Briggs thinks not, and has no trouble rounding up ten top notch destinations that remain untouched by mainstream tourism.
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Conservation: A Powerful Force of Change
An interview with Gavin Bate, Everest Mountaineer and a pioneer through his work with street children in Kenya
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Activities: Africa By Bicycle - Postscript
After cycling 122,000km around the globe, Claude finally returns home.
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Tanzania: At the Hand of Man
A tiny tropical island off Tanzania's coast has seen a disproportionate amount of action throughout its history. Graham Mercer discovers the story behind Kilwa Kisiwani's beguiling ruins.
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Uganda & Rwanda: Keeping Contact with the Gorillas
With the Great Lakes region struggling to maintain a stable political environment, tourism continues to offer the greatest hope for Africa's mountain gorillas. Over the following pages, we assess the current situation regarding gorilla tourism, starting with a visit to see Rwanda's animals.
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South Africa: Gauteng
Boasting vast mineral deposits, Gauteng is established as the economic capital of South Africa, if not of Africa. As this feature reveals, it offers a very different travel experience to most other destinations on the continent.
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Kenya: Blazing Saddles
Is Kenya's bush best experienced on two wheels or four legs? Stephanie Debere takes a cycling and camel safari to find out.
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Zimbabwe: The Charm of Bulawayo
Tourists in a hurry to reach Victoria Falls often bypass Bulawayo. In doing so, they miss a historic city steeped in nostalgia, yet also able to give a better understanding of modern Zimbabwe. Pictures by Eric Gauss.
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Madagascar: Tortured Rocks and Tangled Trees
Nick Garbutt discovers the Lost World of Ankarana.
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Algeria: At a Glance
We take a brief overview of the country
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Ghana: 10 Days in Ghana
Ghana is becoming increasingly popular for international tourists. To help you to plan your West African holiday, Bob Burch suggests an itinerary that takes in the best of the country's southern region.
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