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Choosing a route between Howick in the Midlands and Tongaat near the coast proved historically rewarding for Myrtle Ryan.
Choosing where to spend a holiday is a matter of personal preference or past experience, Sylvaine Strike shows.
To this day the sight has lost none of its melancholy, while at the same time inspiring the romantic heart, just as the area did for Gatsby.
Marriage of two great city hotels
Starry nights and golden silence
Gallery: De Hoop Nature Reserve
Bask in boutique bliss
More South Africa
Thomas River population: 4
An unusual source sent Myrtle Ryan hot-footing it to Thomas River in the Eastern Cape.
Tiffindell readies for snow business
Big cats and wild sides
Lazy, surprising Sundays
Pictures: Lazy, surprising Sundays
More Eastern Cape
A walk through Braamfontein
With good food and a vibrant atmosphere, this revamped area is now the place to be, writes Hasmita Nair.
Pictures: A walk through Braamfontein
The Maslow goes beyond your needs
Wonder into the Protea Hotel Wanderer ...
Ballooning adventure with Mount Grace
Chilling in the Berg
More KwaZulu Natal
Starry nights and golden silence
Lou-Anne Daniels enjoys the natural beauty of the floral and animal kingdom at De Hoop Nature Reserve.
Learning to love the West Coast
Events to perk up Mother City’s low s ...
Trove hunters cache in on fun
More Western Cape
Destinations to dream about
How to get your adrenalin pumping
Air travel self-help options get all- ...
Honey, I blew the holiday budget
More Travel Tips
Romantic getaway in Great Gatsby styl ...
To this day the sight has lost none of its melancholy, while at the same time inspiring the romantic heart, just as the area did for Gatsby. ...
The lure of Jersey shores
Cyprus beaches ranked cleanest in Eur ...
Atlanta to get its own big wheel
One&Only plans resort in Jeddah
Taking it easy, Zanzibar style
Egypt facing pressure to end alcohol ...
Why now’s the time to visit Kathmandu
Despite the scuffles that broke out recently between sherpas and mountaineers - Nepal's spring trekking season is in full flow.
Paradise: handle with care
Mt. Fuji to get world heritage status
Intoxicating City of Angels
Monuments to link Earth’s low, high p ...
Top of the sip parade
This is a city where the appreciation of coffee has been raised to a new level, writes Chris Lawrence.
More green space for Bondi Beach
Prove your worth in a Samoan holiday
Ode to Sydney's public spaces
The lure of Jersey shores
The tiny Channel island with majestic looks and a truly wild side.
Lyon's share of gourmet delights
48 Hours in Bucharest
Spain reigns on the plains
Disney visitors ‘pay disabled to skip ...
Wisconsin, home of world’s stinkiest ...
Partying up a storm in Vegas
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SANParks has decided to allow South Africans to pay a reduced rate for park conservation fees.
South African Tourism's plan for budget resorts for those earning less than R5 000 a month.
Bonamanzi Game Reserve is known as one of the most breathtaking birding destinations in Southern Africa.
A visit to Baines Camp in the Okavango Delta can provide tourists with the ultimate charge, writes Greg Dardagan.
The interior decor of Dubai's Chillout cafe is made entirely of carved ice, with frozen picture frames and frosty seats covered in fur.
With so many of San Sebastian’s famous pintxo bars dotted around the old town, there’s no danger of going hungry, writes Andy Lynes.
Treasure hunters are bound for the Western Cape, but there won’t be a gang of bedraggled pirates digging for buried coins...
First rule: always tell the truth, says immigration specialist Daniel Anvari-Brown.
The Big Five are all there but what makes the camp extra-special is that guests can experience all the wonders by boat.
Tintswalo Atlantic provides guests with a private, luxury retreat and an awe-inspiring panorama of picturesque Hout Bay.
International tourists listed crime as their number one concern three years ago, but this hasn’t deterred them from visiting the country again.
The awards are aimed at recognising excellence and improving industry standards.
Matchmaking has been an Irish tradition for centuries and it’s the spa town of Lisdoonvarna that hosts the largest singles event in Europe.
Following in Darwin’s footsteps one is overcome by beauty as nature holds sway, writes Deborah Curtis-Setchell.
New 40-minute National Geographic documentary highlights Durban and Cape Town as international urban tourism hotspots.
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