Issue 26 (Winter 2003/4)
Winter 2004

Top 10 Adventure Activites in Namibia · World Class Africa Pt1 - Natural Wonders, Wildlife, Culture & Adventure · Secret Serengeti · Greater Addo Elephant National Park - South Africa · Everyone's Kenya · Busanga Plains - Zambia · Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The Lemur Lady - Patricia Wright
It's not every day that a new species of primate turns up. But for Dr Patricia Wright, the discovery of the golden bamboo lemur in the late 1980s was crucial in the fight to save its rainforest home. Theresa Thompson reports.
Incognita: Mandara Mountains - Cameroon
Rising above the semi-arid Maroua Plain in the far north of Cameroon, the Mandara Mountains lie well off the usual tourist trail. This hauntingly beautiful range of craggy peaks and weathered volcanic plugs rises to the south-west of the small town of Mokolo which, along with the regional capital Maroua, is the most logical base from which to organise a trek.
Culture: Festival in the Desert - Mali
Photographers Suzanne Porter and Jenny Zarins travelled across the Sahara to join the Tuareg at Mali's annual Festival in the Desert.
People: Wilfred Thesiger
John Barne pays tribute to Wilfred Thesiger, one of the 20th century's great explorer/writers who died in August 2003, aged 93.
Traveller: The Gambia
If you have only a few days in which to take a break this year and want to sample Africa, try visiting The Gambia. This is the smallest country on the continent (only half the size of Wales) yet it is packed with culture and wildlife. It is only six
Wildfile: Giant Kingfisher and Cichlids
Giant Kingfisher and Cichlids
Interview: Dr Daphne Sheldrick
Born in Kenya in 1934, Daphne Sheldrick developed an empathy with wildlife from an early age. For over 25 years, until 1976, she worked alongside her late husband, David, the famous founder warden of Kenya's Tsavo National Park. During that time she
Top 10 Adventure Activities in Namibia
"Do one thing every day that scares you." So go the lyrics in the 1999 hit single Everybody's Free by Baz Luhrmann. Just in case you've been missing your daily quota and need to make up for lost time, head for Namibia, of the world's biggest up-and-coming
World Class Africa: Part One
So where does Africa fit in, you may ask? Right up there with the world's best, according to William Gray and Theresa Thompson, who present the first in our new series World Class Africa, showcasing the very best the continent has to offer. In Part 1:
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is one of Africa's largest protected areas. It's big on space and big on wildlife as Ann and Steve Toon discover when they spend a day in the company of a Kalahari lion. All photographs by Ann and Steve Toon.
Complete Guide to overlanding in Africa
In the first of our exciting new Adventure Traveller's Guides, Gary Cook explains how to prepare for the ultimate ‘big trip' across Africa. All photographs by Gary Cook.
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