The Momentum Cape Times Knysna Forest Marathon offers exceptional highlights found in no other race anywhere in the world.
Egypt's tourism industry, a cornerstone of the economy and a critical source of hard currency, has struggled to rebound since the 2011 uprising.
No-show tourists, shunning the wonders of Egypt, are missing out on the chance to enrich themselves and the people, writes Simon Calder.
Head over Helshoogte and stop in at the picturesque village of Pniel, where everyone has a story to tell and a smile to share.
The metropolis of Thonis-Heracleion wasn't exposed to the world until 2000, when a French archaeologist swam deep down into the Mediterranean.
Shiraz and charcuterie will be the focus of a festival at Anthonij Rupert Wyne in Franschhoek.
Autumn is the perfect time to go trapezing through the Stellebosch winelands, writes Bianca Coleman.
Way up on the 19th floor of the Westin Hotel in Cape Town, Marcelle Warner has taken her passion for vertical gardening of herbs to new heights.
Johannesburg's allure as Africa's most exciting business destination and a vibrant, cultural hotspot is renowned.
Egypt hopes to promote and reactivate tourism industry as it opens four tombs in Upper Luxor after four-year restoration.
How do birds survive the harsh environment of the Tankwa Karoo? Karen Watkins joins the South African National Parks Honorary ...
Aoife O'Riordain selects a few choice safari camps for an authentic African experience.
Independent Traveller editor Brendan Seery escapes the usual safari herd in the expanse of the Waterberg.
Laborie is running a two for one winter warmer getaway special.
Set on a secluded mountain farm overlooking the Sungubala valley, Sungubala Eco Camp is a self-catering option for nature lovers.