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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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A peaceful country retreat awaits
June 23 2015 at 13:03

The Protea Hotel Malaga is a luxurious, peaceful country retreat.

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SAA increases Maputo flights
June 23 2015 at 13:03

It takes no more than 50 minutes to fly from Joburg to Maputo - the same time it takes to fly to Durban.

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Holiday memories are made of these
June 23 2015 at 11:48

Janez Vermeiren: I still have to discover another city as beautiful as Cape Town.

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China opens new land route to Tibet
June 23 2015 at 11:48

China inaugurated a new land crossing into Tibet for Indian pilgrims who wish to visit one of the holiest sites in Hinduism and Buddhism.

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Impressive Britain? Nope, say tourists
June 22 2015 at 07:06

TripAdvisor reviews reveal the apparently underwhelming impact some of Britain's famous landmarks have on holidaymakers.

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Two million hectares of surprises
June 23 2015 at 06:49

Kate Turkington reminds us how lucky we are to have Kruger National Park on our doorstep.

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Sleeping under the midnight sun
June 23 2015 at 06:48

Phoebe Smith recalls a solstice sleep-out in Scotland.

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The recipe for the perfect holiday
June 23 2015 at 06:48

Scientists claim to have discovered what's needed to turn holidays into lifelong memories.

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Tour elephant dies of exhaustion
June 22 2015 at 13:32

Vietnamese media say the overworked animal died while it was carrying tourists in the Buon Don District in Dak Lak province.

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How to get airlines to pay for delays
June 22 2015 at 13:32

What happens if your plane is delayed? In what circumstances can you claim compensation? Nesa Macerlean finds out...

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The robot will check your luggage now
June 22 2015 at 09:56

New airport technologies unveiled at the Paris Air Show promise robots replacing immigration officers.

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Luxury and game viewing
June 22 2015 at 09:55

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.

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Pilanesberg air link to promote tourism
June 22 2015 at 07:02

Visitors to the North West province and Sun City Resort can now get there in a record time of 15 minutes from Gauteng.

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Sharks to take Durban to world
June 22 2015 at 07:01

The eThekwini Municipality has signed a R12.7-million tourism sponsorship deal with the Sharks rugby franchise.

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The man behind boutique hotel idea
June 19 2015 at 13:09

Samuel Muston chats to Ian Schrager, the man who pretty much single-handedly created the boutique hotel genre.

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