12 September 2012
The September 2012 edition of Africa’s flagship magazine is showing a bright, new face to the world with a major redesign of its masthead and branding.
But there is much more to it than just a facelift as Africa Geographic now also includes the very best features previously published in Africa – Birds & Birding magazine. The result? More pages and a wider range of articles than ever before.
To give you an idea of just how diverse Africa Geographic is, the Se read more
24 July 2012
September 2012 will see the beginning of an exciting new chapter in our proud history. Africa Geographic magazine will be re-launched as a bigger, better journal that will incorporate its associate magazine Africa – Birds & Birding.
Combining content, readers and advertisers of these two leading magazines makes sense, for everybody concerned. This is the next phase in our evolution as Africa’s leading magazine about wildlife, people an read more
10 July 2012
70,253 unique readers for issue 7 - that’s the exciting news from Africa Geographic’s online travel magazine/blog called Safari interactive magazine. Of these readers more than 8,000 have registered as subscribers.
Readers come from 179 countries, with USA (37%) the largest contingent. Geographical spread: Americas 46%, Europe 24%, and Africa 17%
Safari is also available as an app for iPad and Android, with a strong growth in app sales.
Safari is promoted through read more
30 January 2009
*Special offer to all Atta members: 6 Months free subscription, with the opportunity to send it on at no cost to clients, staff and colleagues during this period.
The premier edition of Africa Geographic Digital, the electronic sister title to our internationally renowned wildlife and conservation magazine, Africa Geographic, is now in it’s second issue. Featuring content that differs completely from its printed counterpart, this unique digital magazine offers the very best of print and digi read more