Travel Africa Magazine

Travel Namibia is published by Travel Africa Ltd, which was registered in 1997 in order to publish Travel Africa magazine, which remains our flagship publication. 


Image Travel Africa remains the sole international travel magazine on Africa. Published quarterly in the United Kingdom, its success has been due to a consistent level of high-quality editorial and photography.


Travel Africa was launched to meet the demand for reliable, independent information on Africa that exists in the UK, USA and other international destinations.


It was also recognised that there was a huge amount of wastage attached to marketing to a niche audience of African travellers in these markets. Travel Africa aims to eliminate this wastage by enabling you to take your sales message directly to only those people with a confirmed interest in travelling to Africa. No other publication offers this advantage.

Travel Africa Online complements the work of the magazine by offering a variety of promotional services to bring you in front of our audience of online readers.


Travel Africa is fully committed to working closely with the African travel trade to ensure the companies that advertise in the magazine are established, offering a reliable level of service and a good quality product. It is important to us that we are able to recommend good quality companies to give you the safari experience you hope for.


Drawing on the best travel writers, scientists, conservationist and photographers, Travel Africa publishes high-quality editorial on Africa’s more popular and lesser-known destinations, its flora and fauna, people and history, and we cover subjects that are topical and relevant to today’s traveller. But our remit goes beyond travel, so that readers have a better understanding of the continent they plan to visit.

Travel Africa is edited by Matt Phillips, an experienced travel writer who has covered 27 African nations for various major international publications and Lonely Planet


To subscribe to Travel Africa click here .


For more information visit the Travel Africa website.


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