Articles tagged with: sub-saharan-africa
As Asia celebrates the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century savvy holidaymakers are already planning trips to catch the next eclipse – in Kenya.
Cruise operator Voyages of Discovery has launched two new brochures covering holiday ideas in India & the Orient, Africa and the Indian Ocean.
The deadline is fast approaching to case a vote in the poll for the New7Wonders of Nature.
A special issue of the Postcolonial Studies journal is set to celebrate the role of travellers throughout history.
Following a successful four years operating World Primate Safaris, World-Safaris has launched World Big Cat Safaris, a new arm of the company specialising in the tracking of Big Cats across the globe with luxury wildlife safaris.
A brand new resort from One&Only will launch in Cape Town on April 3rd 2009, promising to transform the waterfront and marking Sol Kerzner's homecoming to South Africa where he started his visionary career in hospitality.
Uncover the exquisite beauty of Cape Town and experience the very best in South African hospitality with this last minute offer.
Oasis Overland has made extra places available on the Cape Town to Cairo Expedition, starting April 21st.
Seemingly not a moment passes without hyperbolic news stories proclaiming the death sterling filling the news. With the pound teetering on the edge of parity with its European counterpart, analysts are quick to warn of the ever increasing costs of travelling abroad.
If your vision of cruising is one of large impersonal ships with cheesy entertainment and a clamour to eat at the Captain's table, think again.
They say that some of the best experiences when travelling are how you get there, not where you end up. Although any journey can be made worthwhile by the most spectacular of endings, the actual experience of travelling can make this even more rewarding.
SriLankan Airways has become the first airline to offer direct return flights to London from the Maldives capital of Male.
Since the first democratic elections were held in South Africa during 1994, the nation has begun to purge its Apartheid past and has witnessed a resulting boom in cultural tourism.
Travelling through South Africa poses several problems for those attempting to see the country without a car. Finding affordable, reliable and safe travel in the company of other likeminded backpackers is no easy task.
If you want a slice of adventure in Africa, but you don't want to break the bank, Acacia Adventure Holidays offers mini-overland trips of under a week covering South Africa, Botswana and Zambia.
A new survey of gap year travellers has revealed a third (33 per cent) of gap year travellers did not take antimalarials while on trips around the world.
This small but gorgeously vibrant city offers more than a holidaymaker could hope for.
African Conservation Experience is offering a special sponsorship scheme for its volunteer conservation projects in late 2008.
Bangkok, Buenos Aires, Cape Town and Sydney are the world's best cities to visit for 2008, as voted for recently by Travel and Leisure magazine readers.
A 31-day safari dream holiday in Africa is available for half price with Acacia Adventure Holidays.
Book before April 30th 2008 and get a buy-one-get-one-free discount on selected Acacia Adventure Holidays for departures on various dates in May and June.
Tucan Travel is offering 25 per cent discounts on its east and southern Africa budget expeditions and 15 per cent discounts on its Middle East and north Africa adventure tours.
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.