Kruger floods began after heavy rainfall over the weekend, causing a number of roads and camps in the park to be closed, and a troop of baboons having to swim to safety.
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Getaway magazine editor, Cameron Ewart-Smith, takes offense to givers of terrible travel advice.
Curling might be the weirdest sport at the Sochi Winter Olympics. Listening to David Attenborough explain it, though, is one of the best videos we’ve ever seen.
This new supersonic jet has no windows: instead, it features high-definition screens that will live-stream what’s going on outside.
The furore over the decision to euthanise a giraffe at the Copenhagen Zoo is misplaced, and shows that our relationship to animals has become more than a little strange.
By the year 2020, the Chinese Tourist will be the most coveted item on any country’s mantlepiece. And that’s one more trophy South Africa probably won’t have.
Getaway magazine Editor, Cameron Ewart-Smith, works out what the real value of a bush holiday is.
South Africa’s rhino war rages on as seven poachers were killed following a series of four shootouts with rangers in the Kruger National Park this weekend.
Sports-centric travel sends more and more people packing to new destinations every year. With the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicking off in Brazil in June, Tyson Jopson wonders how much longer beautiful games will remain just that.
Becoming a game ranger is ideal for those wanting to pursue a conservation related career, but it does require quite a versatile skill set. Being a ranger does project the facade of being quite a glamorous career. After all, you spend your time socialising, driving rugged outdoor vehicles and tracking wildlife in pristine reserves. Do… Read more »