Industry leading magazine – ‘Safari’ publishes bumper edition

Safari Magazine, the UK’s only dedicated trade publication to exclusively feature travel to Sub-Saharan Africa, has published its 29th edition in a new expanded format.

Increasing to 76 pages, the periodical has increased both its content and circulation, responding to positive feedback from the UK’s Africa specialist tour operators, to whom the title is targeted.

The latest issue – available in print and online – includes major features on Uganda and Congo, as well as extended articles regarding elephant translocation in Malawi; fly-in safaris in Zambia; conservation efforts in Kenya; plus a host of other news, views and reviews including an exclusive interview with TV celebrity (and lodge owner), Saba Douglas-Hamilton.

Commenting on its extended format, publisher Tim Henshall stated that “When we published the first edition, Safari was little more than a newsletter. Over the years, it has morphed into a fully-fledged magazine that provides an outstanding media opportunity for our partners to effectively communicate with the UK’s travel trade”.

Safari Magazine’s 76 pages contain no advertising; instead it relies solely upon content sourced by the teams at Kamili, Kameric and Kamageo with editorial featuring the wide range of lodges, camps, safari operators and destinations within their portfolios. As editor, Hannah Cade explained, “With partners in 12 countries in Africa, we have plenty to write about. We are always open to third party contributions especially travel professionals who have returned from trips to Africa”.  This edition contains feedback from over a dozen different UK tour operators, giving their valuable first-hand opinions on properties and experiences.

To receive ‘Safari’ in the post, you can request a copy from Hannah Cade ( or to view online simply click