Issue 1 (Autumn 1997)
Egypt: Beyond the Tombs
In looking at Egypt as a travel destination, Reg Butler takes you beyond its most popular attractions to find the character of the country.
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Zimbabwe: Victoria Falls
The Falls experience is not just about seeing the Victoria Falls. Its about how you see it and what you do before and after that completes your adventure! Jan Teede offers an insight to life where the action is.
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Zimbabwe: Tourism and Victoria Falls
The tourist boom at the Victoria Falls has placed a huge pressure on the environment and infrastructure. Although efforts are being made to safeguard against long term damage, greater awareness of the problems will go a long way to ensuring a sustainable balance between much needed tourism and conservation. Lesley Cripps reports.
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Zambia: Kafue National Park - The Best Laid Plains
With its game management policy back on track, Kafue National Park is once again prime wildlife territory. Chris McIntyre heads off to the Busanga Plains in the northern park.
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The Attraction of Africa
Brian Jackman explains the allure of Africa
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Botswana: The Kalahari
A detailed look at Botswana's Kalahari
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Zimbabwe: Sailing with the Animals
Sailing safari on Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe
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Wildlife: The Leopard
The leopard is undoubtedly Africa's most beautiful cat, the most sought-after sighting on safari. It is also its most elusive, despite being one of the world's most widely distributed cats. So how can you improve your chances of seeing a leopard in the wild?
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Kenya: Nairobi's Special Safari Appeal
Rick Edwards explains why Nairobi National Park should be on every visitor's itinerary.
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Namibia: The Legacy of the Desert Towns
Towns abandoned in the Namib by diamond prospectors battle to hold off the encroaching desert sands. To visit Namibia's ghost towns is to walk into the history of a fascinating country. Story by Amy Schoeman.
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Zimbabwe: The Ndebele
The Ndebele people have re-established their identity through beadwork and wall painting. But how prevalent has this art actually been in Ndebele society and what is its significance? Ivor Powell puts you in the picture.
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