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Eco Tourism Holidays in Africa

Arcadia: view from a deck.

South Africa

Pure pleasure

A resort a few hours from Cape Town, has become an agent of ecological and social change, writes Alison Stewart.

Africa

In the midst of gorillas

Gorillas in your midst ... Uganda recognised the potential of gorilla tourism many years ago.

Alison Cassar When most people think of Uganda, it is of a country left shattered by its former despotic ruler, Idi Amin.

South Africa

A wild life

Lion cub

Big five viewings in the Madikwe Game Reserve are virtually guaranteed, writes Sandra MacGregor.

Botswana

A paddle into the wild

Selinda Canoe Trail, Botswana.

A canoe safari along the Selinda Spillway reveals Africa as few see it, writes Michael Gebicki.

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