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13 June 2016, 08:21am
Lewa a lesson we must all learn
Lewa a lesson we must all learn

Stopping poaching and attracting tourists while staying green are just some of the many environmental successes of Kenya's Lewa.

8 June 2016, 12:46pm
Zim wants to change negative perception
Zim wants to change negative perception

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority is campaigning hard to change tourists' view of the country.

3 June 2016, 7:00pm
The island airport where planes can’t land
The island airport where planes can’t land

The official opening of St Helena airport has been postponed indefinitely after test flights raised safety concerns. [VIDEO]

3 June 2016, 08:28am
Taste of paradise just a border away
Taste of paradise just a border away

It offers beer, beaches, friendly people and lots of sunshine - and it's on our doorstep. Munya Vomo describes his trip to Mozambique.

27 May 2016, 08:29am
Up close and personal in the Seychelles
Up close and personal in the Seychelles

Brendan Seery ticks off another on life's bucket list on a recent stay at the Paradise Sun Hotel on Praslin Island.

26 May 2016, 08:43am
Honey, there’s a lion kicking our tent!
Honey, there’s a lion kicking our tent!

Two tourists camping in a reserve in Botswana woke to find three lionesses licking rainwater from the clear mesh on the front of their tent. [VIDEO]

25 May 2016, 08:15am
#AfricaDay: Africa’s top travel destinations
#AfricaDay: Africa’s top travel destinations

SA still dominates top destinations in Africa for international travellers, with Cape Town and Joburg taking top positions.

23 May 2016, 07:56am
Egypt ‘must work harder to revive tourism’
Egypt ‘must work harder to revive tourism’

Egypt's tourism industry, a cornerstone of the economy and a critical source of hard currency, has struggled to rebound since the 2011 uprising.

20 May 2016, 7:00pm
Why we shouldn’t let terrorism win
Why we shouldn’t let terrorism win

No-show tourists, shunning the wonders of Egypt, are missing out on the chance to enrich themselves and the people, writes Simon Calder.