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38 days ago
Pick your own fruit & enjoy leisurely lunches at De Krans this summer
Pick your own fruit & enjoy leisurely lunches at De Krans this summer
Family

Summer brings with it an array of glorious things.

38 days ago
Come to Vergelegen and smell the roses
Come to Vergelegen and smell the roses
Western Cape

The 316-year-old wine estate in Somerset West has a fresh summer attraction.

43 days ago
Namibia to develop rural tourism
Namibia to develop rural tourism

Namibia has set itself the goal of transforming tourism into a world class industry over the next 10 years.

44 days ago
Please don’t abandon us, Nigeria urges airlines
Please don’t abandon us, Nigeria urges airlines

Nigeria has appealed to Emirates and other airlines not to scale down operations in the West African country.

45 days ago
Sacred trees and deserted beaches in the Casamance
Sacred trees and deserted beaches in the Casamance

Oxford-born Simon Fenton is banking on a tourist revival in Senegal's Casamance region.

46 days ago
Why Namibia is one of Africa’s most diverse landscapes
Why Namibia is one of Africa’s most diverse landscapes

On Namibia's Skeleton Coast, take a DIY safari and ski on sand. By Manuel Meyer

47 days ago
Botswana tightens travel requirements for minors
Botswana tightens travel requirements for minors

Minors under 18 are now required to produce unabridged birth certificates at all ports of entry and exit.

50 days ago
Dive into the crystal blue waters of Ponta do Ouro
Dive into the crystal blue waters of Ponta do Ouro

Learning to dive is both scary and exciting. Adrian Rorvik takes the plunge in Mozambique.

51 days ago
How you can enjoy a ‘quick’ break to Reunion
How you can enjoy a ‘quick’ break to Reunion

Reunion is fast becoming attractive for SA travellers because of its close proximity and no visas required.