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Hartenberg takes you back to nature

Not only do the tasting room and restaurant provide excellent value, but the surroundings are a scenic delight.

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Food tour showcases Bahamian fare

Millions of people visit the Bahamas every year, but few of them will actually taste authentic island cuisine.

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Down, not out, in New Orleans

In the decade that has passed, New Orleans has worked hard to bounce back to its joyous self, writes Andrew Buncombe.

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Tripping down memory lane

Myrtle Ryan explores Bethlehem, the town of her birth, looking at both old and modern.

Perfect bushveld getaway

The beautiful Khaya Ndlovu Manor House is a beautiful venue offering spacious colonial-style rooms.

Hartenberg takes you back to nature

Not only do the tasting room and restaurant provide excellent value, but the surroundings are a scenic delight.

Never mind romance, go for adventure

French Polynesia's 118 islands are sprinkled like confetti across an area the size of Europe. Lucy Gillmore decides to visit Tahiti.

Peace repaints controversial murals

They are colourful emblems of Belfast's tortured past and have become tourist attractions - but now there are plans to change them.

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Ruins, casinos mark Cyprus
August 25 2015 at 12:07

You really can't go to northern Cyprus without being aware of its politics, writes Henry Wismayer.

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Taking flight: Tips for seamless boarding
August 25 2015 at 12:06

Leave the baggage behind and enjoy a stress-free trip. Here's how...

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R1 flights for one day only
August 25 2015 at 07:33

FlySafair passengers will be able to purchase a limited number of tickets for R1 across all routes.

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Breathtaking beauty at ‘Gem of Kruger’
August 25 2015 at 10:58

Hamiltons Tented Camp reflects an 'Out of Africa'-style safari adventure.

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Feast for the senses in the vines
August 25 2015 at 06:54

Wine, chocolate and a massage at an historic estate. What more could one want on a Sunday, writes Renee Moodie.

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New budget airline to take off
August 25 2015 at 06:53

Fly Blue Crane will launch its inaugural flights from OR Tambo International Airport to Kimberley on September 1.

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Land of Smiles losing its shine?
August 25 2015 at 06:53

Carnage in Bangkok targets tourism and threatens economy. Simon Calder reports

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E-visa turns India’s tourism figures around
August 24 2015 at 12:01

India's tourist numbers have jumped dramatically from a year ago, thanks to the e-tourist visa.

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Refund on a 'nonrefundable' ticket?
August 24 2015 at 11:59

Most airline tickets bought by travellers are nonrefundable. But rules are meant to be broken. Christopher Elliott explains.

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Direct Sun City flights from CT, Jozi
August 24 2015 at 11:14

North West tourism to soar with new flight schedule for Sun City visitors.

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Kenya tourism hit hard by travel warnings
August 24 2015 at 11:13

Kenya's tourism stakeholders said the latest travel warnings issued by Western countries will dampen efforts to revive the sector.

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Rock art, rats and rivers
August 24 2015 at 06:52

The Drakensberg is synonymous with hiking, but Karen Watkins goes there to search out other less known attractions.

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SA tops leading tourism ranking
August 24 2015 at 06:51

Snatching the zenith from Seychelles in the Sub-Saharan Africa category, SA was last ranked at number 48 on the TTCI.

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Topless in NY? Not anymore
August 24 2015 at 06:51

While the arrival of topless women seeking tips is relatively new, costumed characters have sidled up to tourists in Times Square for years.

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The college town with two faces
August 21 2015 at 12:55

Lund, set amid flat farmland in Sweden's far south, is also home to one of the country's oldest universities.

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