There are few remaining great train rides in the world. Yet somehow I’d bamboozled my way onto one of them: a four-day journey through Switzerland on a trifecta of Alpine express lines.
September is Heritage Month which means it’s a great time to pack up the car and hit the open road on these self-drive heritage routes in South Africa.
I’d come to Argentina in search of adventure. Which is exactly what I found when I went horse-riding through the wilds of Patagonia.
Atlantic Rail has been taking day-trippers on steam-powered outings to Simon’s Town for years, and as of late August 2014 a new route has opened into the Stellenbosch Winelands.
It’s easy to see why thousands flock to Plettenberg Bay for an annual coastal holiday. Here are five of our favourite places to stay in Plett.
It’s important to highlight the tourism organisations who contribute to the communities they operate in – here’s a lovely case story from Team Talk, in Kenya.
Enjoy a good long walk? How would you feel about 11 000 kilometres? On Sunday, 33 year old Masahito Yoshida set off from Alexandria to walk the length of the continent, aiming for the Cape of Good Hope.
A walking trail through Kruger is one of the best ways to get close to the sounds and smells of the bush – here are six of our favourites.
If food, wine, art and small quaint towns are things you love, then the McGregor Festival is the perfect place to spend a weekend.
Want to get closer to dangerous game on a walking safari? Here are five simple rules for keeping things from going wrong.