Christopher Clark

Member Since:
Feb 2016

Christopher Clark left his home in sleepy rural England in 2008, bound for Africa on a wing, a prayer and a one-way ticket, in search of sunshine/sunburn and stories from across the continent. He hasn’t looked back since. Now permanently based in Cape Town, South Africa, Christopher has travelled through and written about 13 different African countries ranging from safari stalwarts such as Kenya and Tanzania to more “extreme” destinations such as the Democratic Republic of Congo, where, among other things, he spent a harrowing weekend in an overcrowded prison. His ramblings and travel features have appeared in more than 30 publications in South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, the US and the UK, including The Times, CNN Travel, Rough Guides, World Travel Guide, The Huffington Post and Narratively. Christopher contributed to the latest edition of the Fodor’s South Africa guidebook and their Complete Guide to African Safaris, and also recently edited most of the Africa content for World Travel Guide. He is the primary content writer and blogger for Zambia Tourism and a member of the prestigious SafariBookings Expert Panel and the British Guild of Travel Writers. Despite his fishy English accent, Christopher has twice been featured as one of South Africa’s best writers and thought leaders in the annual The Big Issue South Africa Collector’s Edition. 

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