South Africa has been conducting routine temperature screening for all international travellers.
2020 promises to be an exciting year for tourism and technology in South Africa.
36 hours in Tasmania
The biggest transformation has taken place in the once-sleepy capital of Hobart, which now has a plethora of creative new restaurants and an edgy spirit, particularly during the winter Dark Mofo festival.
Airbnb a real home away from home
This doesn’t mean, of course that all Airbnb experiences will be fantastic, but having used the platform, I can say give it a try.
Not only do people take very different approaches to unpacking, but they feel very strongly about their choices.
The US constitution guarantees automatic American citizenship to anyone born on US soil.

Travel Australia capital airport closed as bushfires flare anew

The terminal has not been evacuated but airport staff were helping people to return to the city on buses, the airport spokesperson told AFP.

Travel Trump to add Nigeria, other Africa countries to US travel ban – reports

The countries currently covered are Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen and North Korea, and political officials from Venezuela.

Travel Ethiopians look for love during Orthodox epiphany celebration

The holiday is generally a sunny and joyous affair — and one that offers a choice meeting ground for young singles on the hunt for romance.

Travel Wellness while flying: five top tips

It’s okay to turn down that offer of a fizzy drink and packet of pretzels, or skip dinner if you’re simply not hungry.

Travel Eight cities around the globe that will be trending destinations in 2020

Europe has its capitals of culture program, and now Africa has one too.

Travel SAA cancels 38 domestic and international flights to ‘save cash’

Travellers have been advised to contact their travel agencies for updates.

Travel In Seychelles, nature is prized above mass tourism

The Indian Ocean archipelago, a chain of 115 islands, is a byword for luxury holidays, Instagram-perfect beaches and has gained a reputation as a honeymoon idyll.

Travel Louvre reopens after being blocked by strikers

The Louvre, which lies near the banks of the Seine, received 9.6 million visitors last year.

Travel Should you go to Bali? SA travellers weigh in

While it is possible to spend less than R15K on flights and accommodation in Bali, planning activities beforehand is also crucial.

Mountain Zebra National Park is a place where you can breathe

Premium Mountain Zebra National Park is a place where you can breathe

Even though the park was dried out to yellow and grey because of the drought, it was still able to give us the sense of getting away from the madding suburban crowds at home.

Budget-friendly experiences in Paris

Premium Budget-friendly experiences in Paris

Don a toque and take a half-day course at the prestigious Ritz Escoffier cooking school and then consume your creations ensemble with the chef and newfound friends.

Travel SA tourism is performing fairly

Let’s choose to focus our energies on working together in finding new solutions and celebrating those already working.

Travel France’s Louvre shut by pension strikes

The blockade came as union leaders seek to widen opposition to the pension reforms, which have triggered the longest transport strike in France in decades.

Travel Two SA hotels among only four in Africa featured in world’s Top 100

Only one African suite, the Grand Riad, Hotel Mansour, in Morocco made the top 10 biggest in the world.




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