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Africa

Africa isn’t all about sub-Saharan safaris as our popular Africa tours ably demonstrate. Follow The Nile southwards into little visited Sudan, experience Ethiopia’s rock cut churches or explore North Africa’s rich Roman legacy and staggering remains in Algeria and Tunisia.

Amphitheatre, Algeria

Roman Algeria

1 – 10 November 2014  with Iain Shearer

Today it is rare to find a country with such a rich architectural heritage and a timeless legacy of fine Roman remains, so devoid of tourists

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Gonder Fasiladas Palace, Ethiopia

Ethiopia Uncovered

7 – 19 November 2014  with Dr Jacke Phillips

Tour the cultural northern half of Ethiopia to view the pervasive heritage of the Orthodox Church, visiting five UNESCO World Heritage sites including the rock cut churches at Lalibela, the stelae at Axum, the Islamic city of Harrar and the Simien Mountains.

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Meroe and camels, Sudan

Sudan - Upper Nubia, The Edge of Empire

30 December 2014 – 10 January 2015  with Dr Robert Morkot

Visit pyramids and ancient sites in the largest country in Africa and meet with the incredibly hospitable and friendly Sudanese people.

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Ethiopian Landscape

Ethiopia Uncovered

1 – 13 February 2015  with Dr William Taylor

Tour the cultural northern half of Ethiopia to view the pervasive heritage of the Orthodox Church, visiting five UNESCO World Heritage sites including the rock cut churches at Lalibela, the stelae at Axum and the Simien Mountains.

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Marrakech at sunset

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Sketchbook Tour of Morocco

26 April – 2 May 2015  with Maxine Relton RWA

Learn the art of quick, vivid sketching while exploring the beautiful Atlas Mountains and the vibrant city of Marrakech.

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Algeria

Roman Algeria

October 2015  with Iain Shearer

Today it is rare to find a country with such a rich architectural heritage and a timeless legacy of fine Roman remains, so devoid of tourists

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