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Zambezi digimag, 2015 Summer Solstice edition

Down here in the southern hemisphere we’re into the depths of winter as the safari season truly livens up. Friends in the north might not have time to read this e-magazine as they take advantage of some long and lazy summer days but it’d be worth saving for a rainy day.

Zambezi digimag, 2015 Summer Solstice edition

You’ll find 35 pages of rich content and updates from Africa – easy to download and read at your leisure or to share with family and friends.

Download Zambezi’s 2015 solstice e-magazine here

Articles in this issue include:

  • Rob Barber, “born to guide” in Botswana. (follow this blog or see more on Facebook
  • Melissa Kay explores Tanzania’s Tinga Tinga culture.
  • James Gifford explores the ebb and flow of the Okavango Delta through the seasons. It’s the 1000th
  • World Heritage Site – Dr. Karen Ross talks through the long journey over 3 decades to its inscription.
  • Emma Gregg reports back from Saadani, the only park in East Africa offering both a “bush and beach” safari in one place.
  • Tricia Hayne reports on Kafue National Park, its lodges, guides and wildlife.
  • Mike Unwin explains the secrets of the African fish eagle.
  • Violette Kee-Tui explores Zimbabwe’s Matobo Hills in her article on the “land of magic and mystery”.
  • There’s news from the Zambezi team, top safari tips and more.

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Pick up on back issues

  • Northern Spring 2014: Sir David Attenborough’s 5 finest moments in Africa; Livingstone’s footsteps on the Upper Zambezi; Lower Zambezi canoeing; Brian Jackman in Kenya and Tanzania; the expert’s guide to Cape Town
  • Northern Summer 2014: Desert talk in Namibia, Botswana and Kenya; Botswana travel guide; “the world’s most fearless animal”; the Caprivi; Eastern Highlands
  • Northern Autumn 2014: “honest African dirt between your toes”; Nyungwe Forest Rwanda; Philip Briggs in Ethiopia; “50 reasons to visit Zambia”