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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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‘New immigration laws a success’
June 25 2015 at 06:54

Home Affairs denies new immigration laws for children have had a negative effect on tourism in the country.

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Going on holiday? Don’t forget the meds
June 26 2015 at 06:59

Keeping your family healthy while travelling is all in the planning, and here are some key things to consider.

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A spiritual oasis in the Australian outback
June 25 2015 at 13:50

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

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New laws chasing away travellers - TBCSA
June 25 2015 at 13:49

South Africa could stand to lose about R10-billion as a consequence of the new immigration laws, according to a report.

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Relish your inner child
June 25 2015 at 11:45

A toy exhibition aims not only to entertain, but to connect parents to childhood memories, writes Nontando Mposo.

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Museum’s alleged links to Chinese mafia
June 25 2015 at 11:44

Valencia curator is accused of getting creative with museum's visitor numbers.

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FlySafair adds EL, Durban routes
June 24 2015 at 13:05

Low cost carrier FlySafair announced four additional routes to its existing domestic flight network.

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Persistence of memories
June 25 2015 at 06:55

Today Liliesleaf, the original name of the Rivonia farm, operates both as a tourist attraction and a resource centre. Kevin Ritchie visits.

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Sparkler season along Italy's Prosecco Road
June 25 2015 at 06:48

Paul Abercrombie took a day trip just north of Venice, to the 'Prosecco Road', a stretch of steep-sloped vineyards.

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Soar with the wind beneath your wings
June 24 2015 at 13:05

Members of the Cape Gliding Club get instruction in a team sport that offers them the freedom of the skies. Bianca Coleman tries it out.

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No cheap Ouzo in Greece
June 24 2015 at 12:31

The cost of enjoying a meal and drinks could soar as Greece looks to double some taxes to appease its creditors.

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Hilton Garden Inn coming to Swaziland
June 24 2015 at 12:28

The new 130 guest room hotel will be located in the centre of Mbabane, the adminsitrative capital and largest city in Swaziland.

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In Virginia, dinosaurs still roam - sort of
June 24 2015 at 07:13

This isn't exactly Jurassic World. However, if you're willing to overlook that, you can spend a couple of hours where dinosaurs still roam.

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23 things to do in Durban this holiday
June 24 2015 at 07:12

Arthi Sanpath, Tegan Scales and Duncan Guy compiled a list of activities to keep the kids entertained for the 23-day break.

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Forget France, Kent is the top spot
June 24 2015 at 07:12

Europe has much to offer a family looking for a break. But, according to Lonely Planet, one region trumps them all.

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