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An Evening in Africa
Join Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield to celebrate, over dinner and drinks, a continent that dazzles with diversity. For Africa is a giant that buzzes with the cycle of life.
The Travel Club Show : Join Stephen Scourfield in Ethiopia!
Ethiopia is enjoying a renaissance and is taking a lead among African nations. And it's a country that Stephen Scourfield loves - join him on a tour of ebullient Ethiopia where you'll see the source of the Blue Nile, Axum - the capital of the ancient Abyssinia and the churches hewn out of rock at Lalibela.
Our World: Visit Ethiopia with our Travel Editor Stephen Scourfield
We are going to the original country. We are going to the country our ancestors walked out of to populate the world. We are going to the roots of Christianity.
Talking Travel: Ethiopia
Stories run deep in Ethiopia and Stephen Scourfield will be leading a Travel Club Tour to this intriguing country. He tells Matt Layton how you can join him in a nation enjoying a real renaissance, along the way meeting fascinating characters such as Firew Ayele who overcame great misfortune to become a beacon of hope.
Spirit soars at Jo’burg airport
International airports around the world can be pretty bland and anonymous places that don’t necessarily give any hints of where in the world you have just landed.
Shoot and catch the images of a lifetime
Preparation and patience, as well as the right settings, are best mix for animals.
Our World: Best of Africa: Future’s bright on vibrant continent
The landscape of Africa is the most stable on the planet. For it has been the most stationary continent; for example, part of Africa has always been on the equator.
Take five in East African splendour
There are the Big Five — lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo — the most sought-after wildlife sightings in Africa. But everything plays its part in the huge story of the sub-Saharan ecosystems. Here are Stephen Scourfield's Other Five of East Africa, with their stories...
How to catch Africa’s wildlife at its very best
Timing can make a huge difference to the success of a safari, so choose your season with care.
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