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While referring to Cameroon as 'Africa in miniature' has become a bit of a cliché, this statement certainly rings true: everything you would expect f...
Adventurous travellers to Niger might encounter nomadic tribes, spot baboons or elephants in 'W' National Park, take a canoe down the River Niger or t...
Nigeria is blessed with hundreds of miles of coastline, national parks and fascinating ancient sites.
Morocco is a heady mix of languages, cultures, religions, ancient traditions and modern sensibilities.
A jaw-dropping, wildlife-drenched hotspot, Madagascar is one of the most interesting places on earth and home to some of the weirdest and rarest anima...
Vast lakes, rich wetlands, breathtaking African sunsets and a tradition of superb guiding contribute to Zambia’s immense appeal as a safari destinat...
The public face of the Central African Republic is one that is both politically volatile and environmentally savage; a land of unstable rule and unfor...
From broad sweeps of beach, overlooked by a tumble of sugar cube houses, to grand ancient ruins, and the vast, rolling dunes of the Sahara; Tunisia is...

City guides

Snake charmers, magic potions and hidden palaces: Marrakech brings the most outlandish travellers' tales to life.
Located on South Africa's sublime Indian Ocean coast, Durban is a tropical, urban gem that has lost its reckless air in favour of a growing sophistica...
As beacons of tourism since the dawn of history, both Egypt and its capital possess an enduring appeal that hardly needs explaining.
Johannesburg - Jo'burg or Jozi to the locals - is South Africa's largest urban space and the economic powerhouse of sub-Saharan Africa.
Tunis is a vibrant yet laid-back capital city, equally happy looking to Mediterranean traditions as its Arab and African roots. It's an attitude refle...
Immortalised through the eponymous Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman movie and forever associated with honorary citizen Sir Winston Churchill, Casabl...
Dar es Salaam offers attractive colonial architecture, labyrinthine streets, reasonable restaurants and lively markets.
The safari capital of the world, Nairobi is the gateway to the Africa everyone imagines - wildebeest roaming across the plains and Maasai villages at ...
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