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Babysit a baboon in Namibia

Here, at N/a'an ku se, the guests 'watch' the animals in the same way a babysitters club cares for the neighbourhood kids.

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‘The most epic safety video ever made’

Air New Zealand has released a new Hobbit-themed in-flight safety video featuring Sir Peter Jackson and Elijah Wood. [VIDEO]

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Cape Town ranks in world top 5

The Mother City was named as a 'global favourite' based on one million votes from Conde Nast Traveler readers.

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‘The most epic safety video ever made ...

Air New Zealand has released a new Hobbit-themed in-flight safety video featuring Sir Peter Jackson and Elijah Wood. [VIDEO]

Babysit a baboon in Namibia

Here, at N/a'an ku se, the guests 'watch' the animals in the same way a babysitters club cares for the neighbourhood kids.

‘The most epic safety video ever made ...

Air New Zealand has released a new Hobbit-themed in-flight safety video featuring Sir Peter Jackson and Elijah Wood. [VIDEO]

The future of food

A food hall that looks like a spaceship has opened in the Netherlands' and the food is out of this world, writes Katie Amey. [VIDEO]

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Flybrary takes off at CT airport
September 30 2014 at 08:06

Novel twist on conventional library allows travellers to exchange books.

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Gallery: Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve
September 30 2014 at 08:05

This is not a reserve in the traditional South African mould: if you're here for the Big Five, or even the drama of predators, then you better look elsewhere.

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A sailing trip in the Grenadines
September 29 2014 at 13:49

Winston Ross embarks on a 10-day trip in the Grenadine Islands, led by a couple of novice sailors, with some trepidation.

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uShaka eyes new climbing attraction
September 29 2014 at 13:49

Photographs of the planned course type show visitors attached to ropes, gliding along steel cables from platforms.

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Cruising the Med a cheaper choice
September 29 2014 at 12:15

Competitive pricing a boon for travellers, say cruise specialists.

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Gaza war deals blow to Israeli tourism
September 29 2014 at 12:13

Before the war, the country hoped for a record-breaking year for tourist visitors.

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Proudly Scottish Gleneagles
September 29 2014 at 08:10

It's the most famous golfing destination in the world, home of this year's Ryder Cup - and more, writes Deborah Curtis-Setchell.

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Open door on UK visas, says Gigaba
September 29 2014 at 08:06

Government says 'door is still open' for discussions with UK to have certain visa requirements waived.

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Landing in homes... airline food
September 29 2014 at 08:06

In Germany, an online supermarket is convinced there's a market for aircraft meals to be eaten at home.

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When dream holiday hits the rocks
September 26 2014 at 13:28

The most bizarre reviews of all time - as mentioned on TripAdvisor.

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Cruising Myanmar's Irrawaddy River
September 26 2014 at 13:28

You don't travel to a country emerging from decades of isolation just to sip champagne by the pool, writes Jamie Rich.

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A trip through time
September 26 2014 at 13:24

Tomoko Echizenya walks in the footsteps of American modernist artist Georgia O'Keeffe in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Learning to love Namibia
September 26 2014 at 13:24

After visiting southern Namibia, Duane Stacey and Dale Barrow went north, seeing lions and everything in-between.

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Tourists cancelling bookings to SA
September 26 2014 at 12:17

Tour operators tell Cape Town Tourism new immigration rules discouraging people who wish to visit country.

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Accidents on cruises: Who is to blame?
September 26 2014 at 12:15

Are cruise lines doing enough to protect their passengers? Christopher Elliott investigates

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