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Hidden horsey paradise

While the Breede River valley in the Cape keeps a low profile, it has an old-world charm, writes Liz Clarke.

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One-stop shop for your wedding essentials

At Granny Mouse Country House and Spa, the trained in-house wedding planning team will assist in making your big day a dream come true.

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Enjoying the high life

No safety railing has been erected on the Trolltunga in Norway as tourism bosses want to preserve its natural beauty.

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Historical echoes in tranquil oasis

Being the oldest settlement in the Free State, the town of Philippolis is full of character. Myrtle Ryan went exploring.

Quad biking in Soweto

After an afternoon whizzing around the township, Sue Derwent added the adventure to 'the list'.

The best of southern Kruger

Follow these guidelines on which camps to go to, which drives to go on and which waterholes to watch.

In-flight calls finally get green lig ...

You will soon be able to leave your gadgets switched on during flights after the European flight safety regulator said they did not pose a ris ...

Enjoying the high life

No safety railing has been erected on the Trolltunga in Norway as tourism bosses want to preserve its natural beauty.

Shark off the menu in Palau

In many places swimmers might prefer to avoid sharks, but wetsuit-clad tourists in Palau clamour to dive among the predators.

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Seriously, who does this on a flight?!
September 18 2014 at 10:54

Shame on the plane! Photos of passengers behaving badly.

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Getting a kick out of country life
September 18 2014 at 08:05

Paige McClanahanan visits an idyllic little corner of England that's known for its green hills and rich farming heritage.

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Silver jubilee for Cape Town’s jewel
September 18 2014 at 08:02

V&A Waterfront celebrates 25 years of drawing in visitors.

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Iranians cool off at 'jewelled plains'
September 18 2014 at 08:02

Javaher Dasht, like most 'yelaghs' is nearly deserted during winter and fall, but repopulates in the summer months.

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Granny Mouse has your wedding covered
September 17 2014 at 13:59

For brides searching for the perfect place to host their Big Day, a visit to this hotel in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands is a must.

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Take a (peak) walk on the bold side
September 17 2014 at 13:58

A suspension bridge between two of the highest points in the Swiss Alps is not for the faint-hearted, writes Katie Amey.

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Demand for hotel rooms increasing - survey
September 17 2014 at 12:32

Ten more medium-range hotels may be on the cards for the Mother City.

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Store your luggage, hop on a bus
September 17 2014 at 12:29

City Sightseeing has opened a new ticket office at the OR Tambo airport.

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Immigration rules delay welcomed
September 16 2014 at 20:36

The delay in implementing two of the new immigration regulations on travelling minors was welcomed by various stakeholders.

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With the soul of Bientang
September 17 2014 at 08:05

Watching whales enjoy the freedom of the ocean offered a surprise on a recent visit to Hermanus, writes Liz Clarke.

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Rwandan poachers turn gamekeeper
September 17 2014 at 08:03

The Virunga mountain range, rising over 4 500 metres, is the last sanctuary in the world of man's giant cousin.

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Myanmar’s struggling clay pot industry
September 17 2014 at 08:03

The opening up of this once-isolated Southeast Asian of 50 million in 2011 has affected traditional ways.

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A bushveld sanctuary
September 16 2014 at 13:20

Bonwa Phala is a 4 000-hectare game farm at the foot of the Waterberg Mountains and a mere two-hour drive from Joburg.

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Croatia ponders fate of notorious prison
September 16 2014 at 13:19

The blue waters of the Adriatic and the happy cries of tourists visiting Goli Otok help obscure its dark past.

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India to lease out Rajasthan forts
September 16 2014 at 12:14

Rajasthan attracts a substantial number of foreign tourists to its old forts and palaces, recalling the glory days of the maharajas.

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