BBC Wildlife Magazine travel supplement, March 2014.
Whether you want to witness one of the great migrations, go in search of Indian big cats or watch hippos, crocodiles or herds of elephants, these are our favourite safaris.
BBC Wildlife Magazine travel supplement, March 2014.
Four top destinations that need to be on every wildlife enthusiast’s ‘must-see’ list. 
Africa’s lions are killed in their thousands for taking cattle. But a collaboration between conservationists and Samburu warriors is preventing the predation and saving the big cats’ lives. 
Opening spread of Okavango Delta Blues feature.
In 2010, an aerial survey revealed a catastrophic decline in game populations in the Okavango Delta. Sophie Stafford asks where the wild things are.
An African elephant towers above herds of antelope and zebra.
For nearly four years, the BBC NHU team scoured the fascinating continent to film unfamiliar wildlife, surprising behaviour and new landscapes for the epic wildlife series, Africa. 
Safari expert Stephen Mills reveals the best locations and shares his top tips for ensuring an unforgettable lion-watching experience.
Cheetahs on the plain
The array of wildlife-watching opportunities in Africa is dizzying. So how do you pick your perfect safari? BBC Wildlife asked the experts.  
Travel Zimbabwe article spread
Home to Africa’s friendliest pachyderms, Zimbabwe is once again a great destination for wildlife tourism.
Bill Oddie's adventure in Sri Lanka article spread
On assignment for BBC Wildlife Magazine, Bill Oddie gives blood to the rainforest, meets some familiar feathered friends, experiences the ‘Rainforest Rainbow’ and has four game drives in which to find a leopard…
Discover Peru article spread
Hot, heady and unforgettable, the Amazon is the world’s mightiest river, but its wildlife can be elusive unless you know where to look.
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