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Top 10 for 2013: Africa

Did David Attenborough’s dulcet tones and team of crack cameramen leave you hankering for an African adventure? Well, it’s a big continent – you might need to narrow down the options. From revitalised big cities and lakeside lounging to island expeditions and elephant-filled rivers, we’ve picked out 10 African destinations to visit this year. Wildlife, architecture, music, Saharan splendour… we've got them all in our top 10 African highlights for 2013 package...

Words: David Whitley

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