Issue 19 (Spring 2002)
Spring 2002

Rock Art, one of the continents's most intriguing aspects · Palace of the Lost City - South Africa · Birding in Zimbabwe · Natural Mystery in the Namib Desert · Botswana's Selinda Reserve · Lower Zambezi National Park · Lake Malawi's Resorts · 2002 Eclipse in Southern Africa · Tanzania's Safari Giants · Kenya's Wild Fitness course · Ethiopia's oldest place of worship · Photoschool: Lodges



Tanzania's Untamed Trio
Geoffrey Dean finds that Tanzania's safari giants - the Selous, the Serengeti and Tarangire - complement one another surprisingly well.
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Zimbabwe: Birding Country
With over 660 species identified so far, Zimbabwe stands out as one of Africa's prime birdwatching destinations.
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Benin - At a Glance
A brief overview of the country
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Ethiopia: Hanging on at Heaven's Door
Mark Stratton trusts his life to a worn leather rope in order to reach Ethiopia's oldest place of worship.
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Conservation: Surviving Together
Alex Strachan talks to Dr. Jane Goodall, a scientific heavyweight and one of conservation's all-time greatest pioneers.
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Malawi: Lake Malawi - The Big Chill
From camping to pampering, Lake Malawi's numerous resorts are among the best places to relax in Africa. But how to choose the one for you? Philip Briggs offers some insider's advice.
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Madagascar: A Country Profile
In explaining the intrigue of Madagascar, Mark Eveleigh discovers a continent within a continent. Pictures by Eric Gauss.
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Namibia: Namib Desert
Mist-collecting beetles, corkscrewing seeds and synchronised sandgrouse? With biologist Dr Hu Berry as his guide, David Rogers enjoys a different take on the Namib Desert.
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South Africa: Glamour and Game in the North West Provice
From lion contraception to wave pools, Marie-Lais Emond finds both in North West Province.
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Culture: Rock Art in Africa
Combining artistic expression, technical skill and mystical symbolism, rock art is vital to our understanding of Africa's past. Travel Africa explores one of the continent's most intriguing aspects.
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Kenya: Fitness Safari
A safari with a difference: A Wild Fitness course in Kenya
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