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My city: Accra

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As the gateway to West Africa and the driver behind one of the continent's fastest growing economies, there is a feeling in Accra that the good times are just around the corner.


Rwanda’s rainforest renewal

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Nyungwe – a more affordable option than the popular Volcanoes National Park – offers waterfall treks, colobus monkey spotting, and a chance for Rwandans to put their past behind them.
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A pilgrimage to Ghana’s slave forts

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The fortified trading posts along Ghana’s coast are full of wreaths left by visitors who come to honour the millions of African slaves, searching for answers, belonging and roots.
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Madagascar's labyrinth of stone

A massive limestone formation runs through the African island’s largely unexplored Tsingy de Bemaraha National Park, which shelters some of the world’s most diverse wildlife.


Taming wild hyenas outside Harar

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A man in the Ethiopian desert has become famous for feeding the scavenging animals by hand – and occasionally from his own mouth.


Exploring Ethiopia’s homespun museum

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Lonely Planet author Katharina Kane travels to the ancient Muslim city of Harar to meet a man who has dedicated his life to collecting and preserving precious Ethiopian artefacts.


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