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Some of the most iconic images of Africa from the past three decades – The 30-year Safari: A Celebration of Getaway Photography

‘Getaway Magazine has published some of the most iconic images of Africa in the past three decades and this book is a celebration of the best of them.’ – Justin Fox, Getaway editor

Getaway has become synonymous with the finest African travel photography and this book – the very best of its archive – is a tribute to the many photographers who have made it so. It is indeed a book made by Getaway readers for Getaway readers.

About the book

Exhibiting the wonders of nature and the beauties of the African continent, The 30-year Safari: A Celebration of Getaway Photography is an awe-inspiring coffee table book showcasing photography from the last decade to celebrate Getaway’s 30th birthday.

Having built a loyal and dedicated readership, Getaway designed this book using photographs from its own readers. It is a salute to all Africa has to offer – from its natural splendour to the talent of its contributors.

Images from the sea to the sky grace the pages in the form of high-definition photos, and with its elegant hardcover format and dust jacket, it is the perfect travel inspiration book.

About the editor

Justin Fox is an award-winning writer and photographer based in Cape Town. Author of more than a dozen books, he is currently the editor of Getaway Magazine. Justin was a Rhodes Scholar and received a doctorate in English from Oxford University, after which he became a research fellow at the University of Cape Town, where he taught part-time for the better part of two decades. His articles and photographs have appeared internationally in a number of publications, while his short stories and poems have appeared in various anthologies. He is a two-time Mondi journalism award winner. Recent books include The Marginal Safari, Whoever Fears the Sea, The Impossible Five and My Great Expedition.

Categories Non-fiction South Africa

Tags Getaway Jacana Media Justin Fox New Books New Releases Photography The 30-year Safari


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