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Great Zimbabwe is the largest ancient structure in Africa south of the Sahara, and one of the most culturally important archaeological sites on the continent.
People tend to call these bright white salt-scapes otherworldly, martian or moon-like but there is nowhere more African than the Makgadikgadi.
Nick Brandt has been capturing East Africa since 2002 and has published four critically acclaimed books over the last two decades. His latest book tackles climate change and might be his most hopeful project yet.
Africa’s first Michelin-star chef has brought the spirit of his award-winning restaurant in Nice to the opulently secluded Tswalu Kalahari.
Nature's spellbinding nocturnal phenomenon. ‘The Smoke That Thunders’ is one of the few places on earth where you can see moonbow.
With its open plains, endless gravel tracks, and diverse landscapes, where better to renew your romance with the enormous outside? Take a soul-soothing trip to the sands of the Sossusvlei region.