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130 years of caravans

Contributing £6bn to the British economy, caravanning still plays a major role in travel.

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Welcome to Upper Class, now rest your head

For eight hours flying first-class, it felt like none of life's tedious minutiae existed, writes Grace Dent.

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A sleepy town that banished borders

It is undeniably pretty, and yet, in comparison to the worldwide reach of its name, hardly anyone ever goes there.

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Luxury and game viewing

Home to four of the Big 5, Mpongo's rolling hills and river valleys give the visitor the opportunity to come into close contact with Africa.

Life in the slow lane

Get an authentic taste of the country, writes Michelle Nel-Creux.

Ezulwini, place of paradise

In one of the most exquisite wildlife reserves in South Africa a place of paradise is found.

A spiritual oasis in the Australian o ...

You can find some incredible things in the outback of Western Australia, writes Anna Hartley.

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A South African in Cappadocia
July 2 2015 at 06:53

Danilo Acquisto: Travelling has opened my eyes and feeds my soul... it's freeing.

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Wading out into the Wadden Sea
July 1 2015 at 14:18

Fiona Dunlop finds herself in the mud-flats of Denmark's wild west in search of succulent Pacific oysters.

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Sealman vows to continue ‘feeding’ show
July 1 2015 at 14:17

Infamous sealman of Hout Bay harbour says local youngsters are muscling in on action.

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Greece still the word despite crisis
July 1 2015 at 10:47

Take cash if you're travelling in cash-strapped Greece, writes Victoria Bischoff.

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The spirit of the antbear lives on
July 1 2015 at 10:47

How a couple took over the Antbear Lodge and built it into a unique lifestyle destination.

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Divine, decadent and utterly fabulous
July 1 2015 at 06:38

Adrian Rorvik enjoys the meals and views at the 12 Apostles Hotel and Spa.

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Leave the selfie stick at home!
July 1 2015 at 06:37

The selfie stick has been banned from the land of Mickey Mouse.

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A wish list of what SA tourists want
July 1 2015 at 06:37

Affordability, location and relaxation rank highest in importance when it comes to holidaying for locals.

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Don’t cancel your Greece trip
June 30 2015 at 13:00

Industry trade body ABTA has warned families they will lose their money if they cancel summer trips to Greece because of the financial turmoil.

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Enjoy an escape on the wild side
June 30 2015 at 13:00

Dinokeng is the first free-roaming Big Five reserve in Gauteng adjoining an urbanised area. John Grant visits.

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Winter special at gorgeous Abalone House
June 30 2015 at 11:22

It's very much winter, special offers abound, and there's a fabulous one up the West Coast in Paternoster.

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Insight launches Americas package
June 30 2015 at 11:21

Insight Vacations is taking luxury travel to a whole new dimension with the launch of its 2016/17 USA, Canada and South America programme.

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Paying homage to China’s holiest mountain
June 30 2015 at 07:11

Tai'shan is one of five 'holy' mountains in China and regarded as the most worshipped. Yunus Kemp and Wang Lanxin trek up it.

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On a road less travelled to Kimberley
June 30 2015 at 07:11

Kevin Ritchie delights in a journey steeped in history and adventure that has to be experienced.

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How to avoid holiday roaming costs
June 30 2015 at 07:10

For many, cellphones are only second to a passport when it comes to holiday essentials, but usage fees are a minefield.

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