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Family-friendly African safaris to send the kids wild
Taking the whole family with you is the ultimate way to see wild Africa and give kids childhood memories they’ll never forget. Words by Sally Webb.
9 reasons you need to visit Ethiopia
Ethiopia’s highlight reel is perhaps the most extensive of any African country, from the incredibly diverse tribes of the Omo Valley and the ancient coffee ceremony to magnificent rock-hewn churches and the Queen of Sheba’s legacy. Here are 9 things that will make you consider this multifarious Horn of Africa star for your next adventure holiday, writes Steve Madgwick.
Safari into the pearl of Africa
Based in Kampala, Uganda, Churchill Safaris is a locally owned, family-run destination management tour operator, which has been in operation since 2000 and has offices in the USA, UK and South Africa.
Cairo’s Khan El-Khalili Souk – a shopper’s odyssey
Cairo's Khan El-Khalili Souk is every shopaholic's dream, it's open from dawn to dusk, and brimming with undiscovered treasures, spices and much more. Here's your cheat sheet. Words by Jessica Zavolokin.
Cairo’s top 6 (Manhattan-like) cultural highlights
Here are 6 essential stops in Cairo's cultural heart, on southern Gezira Island, the Egyptian capital's answer to Manhattan. Words by Jessica Zavolokin.
6 must-eat Egyptian foods
Spiced, deep-fried, textured, and bursting with flavour, Egyptian fare is hearty food that sticks to your ribs; follow up all that eating with a refreshing hibiscus juice. Words Jessica Zavolokin.
Africa – 7 secret travel gems
Africa conjures up images of wild savanna plains with herds of elephants roaming and lions prowling. However, with ancient Roman ruins in Tunisia and wonderful wineries in Franschhoek, the 7 Secret Gems of Africa aim to go that little bit deeper. See all of our 100 Secret Gems here.
Review: Lanzerac Hotel & Spa, Stellenbosch
Nikki Wallman discovers a grand old dame of South Africa’s Cape Winelands who retains all her history and character – while enjoying a luxurious facelift.
Music and tradition in Cape Verde
Music and exile are etched deep in the ways of the remote Cape Verde archipelago, Europe’s first settlement anywhere in the tropics. Words and photography by John Borthwick.
Home to the Maasai: Inside Kenya’s Maji Moto community
Photographer Reece McMillan explores the small Kenyan community of Maji Moto, to find the beauty of this country extends far beyond the safari experience, to the welcoming Maasai people that call Maji Moto home.
First-hand advice to exploring Africa with kids
Sally Webb on the importance of being over-prepared when travelling with the family.
Behind Ghana’s colourful Kente cloth
Ghana is a land of vibrant colours, and they all have an interesting story to tell in its wonderful Kente cloth. Words Eugene Yiga. Photography Chris Court. Styling Louise Marshall.
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