Uganda

Uganda, aptly named the ‘Pearl of Africa’, has some of the most stunning African landscapes condensed into a relatively small…

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Seychelles

The Seychelles is a magical archipelago of 115 small tropical islands just over 1,000 kilometres northeast of Madagascar. At the centre…

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Rwanda

The Republic of Rwanda is a small, mountainous country, surrounded on all sides by land that encloses the watershed between two…

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Mozambique

Located on the southeast coast of Africa, Mozambique is an enormous country encompassing 800,000 square kilometres, with a coastline extending roughly 2,500…

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Mauritius

Part of the Macarene Islands, 900 kilometers east of Madagascar, Mauritius was formed during a series of undersea volcanic eruptions occurring…

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Malawi

Formerly known as ‘Nyasaland’, Malawi gained its independence from British colonial rule in 1964. A country whose landscape is dominated by…

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Madagascar

Around 135 million years ago Madagascar separated from the supercontinent of Gondwana and subsequently detached from all other landmasses, leaving its ecology…

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a very different kind of Africa to the Africa imagined by most tourists, yet it is truly majestic and deeply…

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