Articles tagged with: sub-saharan-africa
Acacia Adventure Holidays is offering buy-one-get-one-free discounts on selected small group safari holidays and all their overland tours departing before July 1st 2008. Bookings must be made before April 30th.
If you are looking to experience the heat of the South African summer, explore the coast and go on safari, Cape Town is a great destination.
Somak Holidays has revealed a new range of luxury Africa holidays, with the focus on southern Tanzania, eco-tours, boutique lodges in Kenya and affordable tours in Namibia.
Walking holidays to Italy, Argentina and South Africa are available for holidaymakers looking for an active holiday in the sunshine.
This winter you can enjoy the height of the South African summer and see the splendour of the country's top natural sights with a last minute luxury safari holiday, which also takes advantage of cheap flights.
Exotic and off the beaten track destinations such as Algeria, Benin, Montenegro, Samoa and Sudan are among the new range of holidays from Explore for 2008/9.
Holidaymakers looking for a trip to Africa are being offered a wide array of breaks from Bales for the 2008/9 season.
For hardy travellers looking for a full-on cheap safari holiday there is a 19-day overland tour available this week for Â£445 per person.
For a dose of Australian winter sun you can fly to Perth in Western Australia for Â£577 per person for departures throughout May 2008, flying from London Heathrow with Malaysian Airlines.
For active holidays where you can also get the safari and wilderness experience, South Africa is one of the best destinations to head for.
If you are thinking of having a luxury holiday in Cape Town, South Africa then having a spa break is a great way to relax and see the sights of the city.
Ebookers.com has a late deal to Cape Town this May for Â£523, with a stay at the three-star Ritz hotel, close to beaches, the airport and the city centre.
With the Ashes series being hotly contested all the way up to the start of 2007, cricket fever is set to grip the nation.
The airline that is about to begin direct flights to one of the hottest winter sun destinations, Cape Verde, from Monday, has today announced a new route to Liberia.
The most popular destinations for holidays this year have been topped by Brits staying in their home country, according to new research.
Holidaymakers looking for the ideal patch of clear blue sky need look no further than Rio de Janeiro's statue of Christ of the Redeemer in Brazil.
The popularity of Cape Verde as a holiday destination looks set to increase this winter when direct flights from the UK are launched.
Strong growth in the number of people taking holidays to Mozambique and Kenya helped Africa to record the biggest increase in tourists of any continent in 2005.
An adventure holiday firm has reported a downturn in the number of bookings to Asia and the Far East as a result of bird flu.
London has been voted the world's leading destination at the World Travel Awards.
San Francisco, Bangkok and Florence all have something in common. And they share this common ground with Cape Town, Sydney and Vancouver.