Articles tagged with: sub-saharan-africa
Tour operator Kuoni has launched its first ever campaign dedicated to wildlife, with a hand-picked selection of itineraries around the globe.
The new BBC 1 series Africa, featuring David Attenborough, has kept us riveted to our television screens for the past month, enthralling us with tales of weird and wonderful wildlife and surprising us with new insights into animals we thought we knew everything about.
Since Sir David Attenborough’s ‘Africa’ began showing on BBC 1, searches for holidays to African destinations have risen by 310 per cent when compared to the average month, according to Sunshine.co.uk.
Travel writer, entertainer and modern-day adventurer Charley Boorman is preparing to set out on his next jaunt.
On June 1st 2012 the cost of a permit to visit Rwanda's gorillas is set to rise from $500 to $750. Intrepid travel are pledging to absorb the increased fee in their overall holiday costs.
South Africa has topped the list of the most popular destinations for structured volunteering programmes, according to recent research by i-to-i Volunteering.
Volcanoes Safaris have launched a brand new luxury safari lodge in Uganda, on the edge of the Kyambura Gorge and Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Acacia Africa has launched a promotion for groups of travellers booking trips to destinations such as Kenya, Uganda and South Africa this year.
The classic honeymoon involves jetting off to paradise and lazing on an exotic beach, but why not do something a bit different?
Tropical Sky is offering a 10-night self-drive tour of the Western Cape and Winelands in South Africa from £1,249pp.
Take a stylish city break to Cape Town with this exclusive offer from Escapa.com.
From a traditional conical-shaped trullo in Puglia to a colourful casita in Mexico, travel writers Lara Dunston and Terence Carter reveal their top 10 holiday rentals from their yearlong grand tour.
It's Malaria Awareness Week (May 10-16th) and the Malaria Awareness Campaign has launched an initiative with naturalist Steve Backshall.
Escape from the World Cup frenzy in Cape Town this summer and visit the Journey's End boutique winery on your holiday in South Africa.
Hangaroa, Easter Island's original hotel, is set to reopen its doors after a two rear renovation project as the newly named Hangaroa Eco Village and Spa.
<a href="http://www.frommers.co.uk/" target="_blank">Frommer's</a> have just published a brand new travel guide entitled 500 Extraordinary Islands.
With the England cricket team heading to South Africa this Christmas and New Year, <a href="http://www.sportabroad.co.uk/" target="_blank">Sport Abroad</a> has launched specified holiday packages for the event.
Namibia Tourism has said with the cost of flights soaring to South Africa during the World Cup period next year holidays may seem too pricey.
A British explorer is preparing to embark on a record breaking solo circumnavigation of Africa by motorbike – the ultimate in adventure travel
It has been a frantic few months here at travelbite.co.uk as we continued to bring you the very best holiday ideas from around the world.
The Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) had launched its final attack before changes to Air Passenger Duty (APD) come into effect on Sunday.
New research has revealed holidaymakers are unaware are personal food import rules when returning to the UK from outside the European Union.
With South Africa gearing up for the 2010 FIFA world cup many parts of the country are being "made-over" in preparation for the increase in visitors.
A new scheme has been launched to keep British drivers safe while travelling on foreign roads for the firs time.
Aviation has been struck by severe turbulence in 2009 – with the financial woes generated by the global recession compounded by sustained assaults on the environmental sustainability of the industry.