Issue 20 (Summer 2002)
Summer 2002

Eco-tourism Special 27 page Report: What does it mean, exactly? Who benefits and how? Will it effect your safari experience? Is your tour operator eco-responsible? Is your lodge eco-friendly? Where do we go from here? · in Praise of Antelope · Aboard the Kilimanjaro Express · Horseback Safari in Botswana · Malawi's Colonial Forts · Photoschool: The Flora of Namaqualand



Wildlife: In Praise of Antelopes
With over 80 species of antelope across the continent, it's sometimes easy to take the antelope for granted.
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Eco-tourism: Tanzania
Eco-tourism boundaries extend into the oceans. leading the way in marine conservation is Zanzibar's Chumbe Island.
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Eco-tourism: Kenya - Self-starters
Justin Francis examines the origins of Kenya's commnity tourism developments and selects some of the best examples.
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Eco-tourism: Kenya - Building a Dream
Michael Dyer tells the inspiring story of the birth of the Il'Ngwesi group ranch in Laikipia.
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Eco-tourism: Uganda
Pamela Kertland Wright samples the Baganda kingdom's Heritage Trails and an award-winning community venture.
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Eco-tourism: Morocco
Jane Bayley explains how her love for the Berber people and the rugged Atlas Mountains lead her to form a travel company to help both.
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Eco-tourism: Egypt
Amid a boom in resort development, Jacqueline Burrell discovers that responsible tourism principles are gradually being applied.
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Eco-tourism: Ivory Coast
If you thought West Africa was all about culture, think again. In the jungles of the Ivory Coast eco-tourism is helping to protect one of the world's biodiversity hotspots.
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Eco-tourism: Ghana
Eco-tourism needn't only support leisure tourism. Volunteer researchers are playing an important part in eco-tourism projects throughout Africa.
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Eco-tourism: Mozambique
We investigate the development of one of Africa's most ambitious eco-tourism projects, in Cabo Delgado.
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Eco-tourism: Zambia
Michael Woods enjoys the open hospitality of Zambia's Kawaza Village without feeling he's invading.
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