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You cancel, they gain

Travellers understand 'no refund' policies. But when a room or airline seat can be resold, it's harder to explain why your money is still gone.

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Not down at heel in southern Italy

For a small town, Cisternino isn't short of places to eat out, writes Nicola Trup.

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Zim now fears fall in tourism

Many in the fragile tourism industry fear bookings will fall, particularly in western Zimbabwe where hunting is drawcard.

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Rebalance mind and spirit

Singa is a luxury 5 star rated boutique hotel located in seaside suburb Summerstrand of Port Elizabeth.

TripAdvisor awards top experiences

Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris has cemented its position as one of South Africa's top popular travel experiences.

Beach resort planned for North Coast

Plans are afoot to build KwaZulu-Natal's first full-scale beach resort hotel of 'international' standards.

Memorable, wild, wonderful Kruger get ...

Situated 100m from Paul Kruger Gate, this luxurious lodge-style hotel provides the ideal location from which to experience wildlife first-hand ...

You cancel, they gain

Travellers understand 'no refund' policies. But when a room or airline seat can be resold, it's harder to explain why your money is still gone ...

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You cancel, they gain
August 4 2015 at 12:14

Travellers understand 'no refund' policies. But when a room or airline seat can be resold, it's harder to explain why your money is still gone.

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Not down at heel in southern Italy
August 4 2015 at 12:13

For a small town, Cisternino isn't short of places to eat out, writes Nicola Trup.

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Beach resort planned for North Coast
August 4 2015 at 06:57

Plans are afoot to build KwaZulu-Natal's first full-scale beach resort hotel of 'international' standards.

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Zim now fears fall in tourism
August 4 2015 at 07:01

Many in the fragile tourism industry fear bookings will fall, particularly in western Zimbabwe where hunting is drawcard.

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Give me the full package
August 4 2015 at 06:57

Brendan Seery decides to test the cruising option after weighing up his package holiday choices.

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Top 20 best fixed-price lunches in London
August 3 2015 at 11:14

While dining rooms are often packed for dinner, they are quieter during the day.

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Magic and minerals
August 3 2015 at 11:12

A visit to the village of Philadelphia turns into a personal odyssey for Dawn Kennedy.

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Plastic planes in the wings
August 3 2015 at 11:10

Battery-powered plastic aircraft without flight decks - could that be the clean, green future of flight, asks Simon Calder.

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Memorable, wild, wonderful Kruger getaway
August 3 2015 at 11:08

Situated 100m from Paul Kruger Gate, this luxurious lodge-style hotel provides the ideal location from which to experience wildlife first-hand.

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Madagascar: Paradise gone wrong?
August 3 2015 at 07:27

Touting its rainforests, reefs and weird and wonderful plants and animals, Madagascar is aiming for one million tourists by 2020.

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TripAdvisor awards top experiences
August 3 2015 at 07:23

Bill Harrop's Original Balloon Safaris has cemented its position as one of South Africa's top popular travel experiences.

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Walk in the footsteps of Van Gogh
August 3 2015 at 07:23

This week marks the 125th anniversary of the death of one of the world's most enduring artists.

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‘We need the tourists’
August 1 2015 at 15:40

As foreign visitors fall, Durban businesses call visa laws'absolute madness'.

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Turkish dinner a la cart
July 31 2015 at 13:22

Kadikoy market offers a window on to Istanbul's everyday traditional eating habits, writes Andy Lynes.

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Crying toddlers on a plane
July 31 2015 at 13:21

The demand for child-free flights is soaring - and how Amanda Platell wishes the airlines would start to listen.

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