Whether you have an upcoming trip to Africa or you have since returned, chances are, Africa has your attention. Stay connected and learn about this incredible, diverse, multifaceted, colorful, wild continent with some intriguing podcasts. Even if you have already left Africa, Africa does not need to leave you!
Chris Christensen hosts an online travel show where he showcases numerous travel destinations and the must see spots in his travels. From wonders of the world to off-the-beaten-track destinations and places of interest, Chris’ adventures are a delight to share. Be sure to check out his travels to Seychelles, Zambia, Mozambique, Namibia, Cape Town and Ethiopia.
Traveling duo and couple Hannah and Adam Lukaszewicz share their stories and experiences in traveling all over the African continent. They offer great country-specific tips and heartwarming stories that detail their enviable wanderings!
3.Rethinking Lion Conservation
A part of the National Geographic Big Cats initiative, experts weigh in on the conservation of lions in Africa. Sparked by the killing of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, biologists and conservationists offer a fresh perspective.
Wild Eye has put together a fantastic series of 6 podcasts that cover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about taking wildlife photos. From the best places to go, the right equipment to use, to how to make a career from your images; this series is a must for any shutterbug traveling to Africa!
Conde Nast’s editors offer their wealth of knowledge on how to best travel the African continent. Africa offers more than safaris; activities like wine tastings, surfing, shopping and are discussed. Get to know the best places to go and start planning your trip!
5 episodes of safari guides and conservationists sharing their tales of adventure, conservation of species, humour, and new experiences in some of the most remote, wild places in Africa.
Rick Steves interviews portrait photographer Phil Borges, who offers great advice on how to get a great shot of the various people encountered along the way in travelling; wildlife artist Fred Krakowiak and his amazing stories of wild animals and how to best observe wildlife, and travel writer Francis Tapon, and his intention to visit every country in Africa. Unfortunately, Steves overemphasizes the drama of Africa , creating problematic blanket statements that cover the entire, diverse continent. However, Steve’s podcast is still an interesting and informative one, with extraordinary guests.