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Africa’s path less sailed

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The 50-year-old MV Umoja that crosses Lake Victoria operates on no set schedule, offering a nostalgic look back at the way travel used to be – painfully, delightfully slow.
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The last unexplored side of the Serengeti

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Off-limits for more than two decades, eastern Serengeti's remote Soit Le Motonyi region is newly accessible to visitors – and quickly gaining a reputation as a hot spot for big cats.
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In Ethiopia, an adrenaline-filled act of faith

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Getting to the frescoed, 1,000-year-old cave churches of Ethiopia’s Gheralta Mountains requires climbing sheer rock walls and skirting cliff edges – all without so much as a rope.


The wildest side of Nairobi

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Forget the Maasai Mara – it’s in the polluted, congested three million-strong capital where you really understand how wild Africa can be.
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The stories – and secrets – of Fez

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A peek behind the walls of the world’s oldest medina reveals how residents live, work and shop in a 1,200-year-old city both steeped in tradition – and ready to embrace its future.


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Replicating Tutankhamun's tomb

Tutankhamun’s tomb remained intact for 3,000 years, but due to so many visitors it is now deteriorating. Will travellers venture to Egypt to see what some would call a fake?
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