Features - Africa

Rock Art and Rooibos

Cape Town resident Lucy Corne invites us to sample a slice of scenic South Africa in one of her favourite spots, the Cederberg Mountains.

Kasbah du Toubkal, Morocco

Those seeking to experience authentic Morocco should head to Kasbah du Toubkal, a boutique hotel situated in the foothills of Mount Toubkal in the High Atlas Mountains.

Articles - Africa

weekend away - Wonchi Crater Lake

A pleasant drive west of Addis Ababa, Wonchi crater lake offers panoramic views from the cone’s expansive rim and serene, secluded paths that wind through its verdant interior .

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Lion Sands Game Reserve, Chalkley Treehouse, Sabi Sand, South Africa

Safari Style

From old British colonial style to modern safari chic, bring a taste of the wild into your home with a safari-styled interior.

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three great places - Algiers

A confluence of cuisines awaits in Algiers, where Berber history collides with French cooking techniques to create a unique blend of elegantly prepared Mediterranean dishes served in relaxed environments.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia may attract visitors to its ancient underground churches in the north or the old walled city of Harar in the east. Writer David Farley went there for one thing: to drink some of the best coffee in the world.

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KasbahImlil Valley

Atlas Mountains

The Atlantic is washing behind us; we’re headed south. Away from the jostle and clatter of Casablanca, Morocco’s economic pulse, towards the Atlas Mountains, serrated, white-hatted, and the most impenetrable of borders.

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Victoria Island, Lagos

Nigerian alternative soul musician Bez introduces us to his favourite part of Lagos, a vivacious city that needs to be experienced to be believed.

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spa - Kinondo Kwetu, Nairobi

With its spectacular location on one of Kenyas most enchantingly peaceful south-coast beaches, Kinondo Kwetu draws both energy and serenity from the ancient sacred forests on which it was built and which it protects.

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Running with the herd: The great migration

My first immersion into the drama of the Serengeti migration was vicarious. I was working for the wildlife film-maker Hugo van Lawick, but viewing his extraordinary footage as it was couriered to the London office only hastened my return to Africa.

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