The ghosts that haunt Jo'burg's tales of tragic love, betrayal and murder can be darkly entertaining.
Sometimes it's better to skip the cocktails and ladyboy parades and discover Thailand's cleansing virtues instead.
True love for Port Elizabeth means taking the rough with the smooth: the beaches and bonhomie with the postindustrial bleakness.
Twenty-five years ago, 28 people jumped off a bridge in the first-ever bungee jump. We pick the world's best adrenaline dives to mark the anniversary.
Time stands still on the North Coast when you're watched over by Umhlanga's two-tone sentinel.
A familiar experience for many South Africans, seeing False Bay and its surrounds through the eyes of a British tourist makes it all more spectacular.
Becky Barnicoat checks in to Venice's slickest new hostel and finds it's a far cry from the dowdy, dirty crowded digs conjured up by the name.
Mozambique is making great strides in efforts to safeguard marine life in its coastal reserves, but there’s much more to do.
With its glittering mosques and spectacular landscapes, Iran's new leaders are overhauling visa requirements to boost its tourism industry.
Celebrate the fact that the Big Five are a hop, skip and jump away with another round at the pub.
Julienne du Toit heads off for a Karoo farmstay with her husband Chris Marais and finds lots of nothing — gloriously serene nothing.
The 600km trip from Manali to Leh in India is a tough – even hellish – ride at times, but the scenery and people make it all worthwhile.
Cat Pritchard ventures to the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls to 'join the treevolution' by helping to plant 5 000 trees in three weeks.
The meditative rattle of a train on track transports you not just through space, but through time itself.
South Africans are acquiring a taste for 'craft' ale, and the Jo'burg festival of beer will have something to tap into every palate.
Sailing the Greek islands on your own yacht couldn't be anything but bliss.
A kaleidoscopic night tour that is a welcome departure from Jo'burg's silent northern suburbs.
With its boda bodas,vibrant nightlife and top cuisine,it sure is full of fun for a city known more as a way station than a destination.
Personal butlers, aerial excursions and luxury every which way you look. De Hoek’s suite deals are made of this.