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The gateway to Kilimanjaro

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Thousands of people set out to climb Africa’s highest peak each year, entering into a revered tribe of adventurers. But in the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro, another tribe reigns supreme.
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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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Fictional Footsteps

On the hunt with Hemingway

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Following in the footsteps of Hemingway’s acclaimed works finds that today’s safaris are less rough-and-tumble – but still promise the unpredictable bush encounters the writer loved.
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The Serengeti in the off-season

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From January to March, travellers can get an early glimpse of the great migration in Tanzania’s south before indulging in the crowd-free wildlife show of the country’s north.
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Travel Luxe

An underwater hotel opens in Africa

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The underwater room at the Manta Resort on Pemba Island immerses guests 4m below the surface, 250m from shore in the Indian Ocean.
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