'No one expected this kind of incredible growth and recovery', Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom said at the annual Lilizela Tourism Awards. [VIDEO]
The world is your oyster - whether you want to sail the high seas in a super-yacht or go beachcombing on your own private island.
Each country sets its own rules for what's considered risky to take on or use on an aircraft, says Simon Calder.
Many people have romanticised notions of cruising - but nothing's perfect. Just how much is that upset worth, asks Georgina Crouth.
A mere two-and-a half-hour drive from Gauteng takes you to a breathtaking place.
Saudi's proposed visa hikes have seen a global outcry, with both Egypt and Morocco suspending their Umrah operations.
Mark Palmer takes the Eurostar train from London to Provence for a weekend in the 'prettiest village in France'.
With no outlet for all its melted snow, Crater Lake is the deepest body of water in the United States.
Trends seem to rise and fade quickly in Tel Aviv, but the food just gets better. By Sylvie Bigar
Baywatch star Priyanka Chopra flies around the world so much that she has amassed a hefty number of travel documents.
In a country famous for its tea, the Japanese are increasingly turning to coffee as a quick-fix to help ease the daily grind.
The Secret Wars exhibition of guides to sabotage, hollow high-heeled shoes, fake moustaches and code-deciphering machines has opened in Paris.
Part of the Limited Edition Summer Series, brand new Snap is perfect for aspiring photographers.
Kevin Ritchie feels as if he's a superstar in a blockbuster movie as he sinks his teeth into the Big Apple.
A dozen biplanes will fly 13 000km from Crete to Cape Town in a vintage aviation rally that harks back to the early days of air travel.