In the wake of the recent dramatic escalation of rhino poaching and Prince William's appeal for further efforts to help protect these endangered species, here are some of our recommended places to stay where you can help this worthwhile cause while on holiday.
Forget dingy dorm rooms and communal showers, hostels now boast stylish interiors, Wi-Fi, central locations and cosy common rooms.
Western Cape conservation authority, CapeNature has recently acquired a new property connecting two of its biggest nature reserves in the Karoo and extending the protected area to 215 044 ha.
One truly has to experience Groot Constantia to feel Groot Constantia - it is about rich history, a beautiful setting, friendly people, memories to be made, fun to be had and, of course, wine to be savoured and enjoyed.
Fleewinter has introduced Township Tours by bicycle providing a chance for visitors to learn about a side of South Africa that many tourists never see.
Tsogo Sun has for many years featured prominently on Durban's Golden Mile. Southern Sun Elangeni, Southern Sun North Beach, Garden Court Marine Parade, Garden Court South Beach, and the SunCoast Casino and Entertainment World including the SunSquare and the SunCoast Towers hotels, offer exceptional variety for leisure and business alike.
Geoffrey Kent invites just 40 guests to join him for the ultimate safari, a 5000 mile African odyssey from one end of the continent to the other, transported in the lap of luxury in a private jet from one sensational destination to the next.
BBC Africa had everybody glued to their safari seats, and according to Acacia Africa, it ignited our passion for wildlife conservation.
As the media continues to report on the pound’s sad demise against both the US dollar and the Euro, Fleewinter reports a steady increase in bookings to South Africa as a direct result of Sterling’s continuing strength versus the Rand.
Some may say that to capture the unique and eclectic charisma of Cape Town into a hotel is impossible, not only on account of the region's vivid history but also its diverse culture and creative flair.
Known as Africa’s Grandest Gathering, the 2013 Cape Town International Jazz Festival (5-6 April 2013) looks set to be as foot-tappingly good as ever.
Whale watching in South Africa offers unrivalled viewing of earth's largest mammal, the Southern Right whale, which visits annually from July to December each year to mate and calve.
With Africa's rhino population facing the worst poaching crisis in decades - the most serious upsurges in South Africa (588 reported cases this year), Kenya and Zimbabwe - this offering from The Phinda Reserve in South Africa's KwaZulu-Natal is particularly timely.
As a honeymoon destination Africa has it all - from spectacular game viewing in fabulous national parks to some of the world's most idyllic tropical islands.
Put away your pumpkins and leave your Halloween costume at home, as according to Acacia Africa, on the continent there’s a more enticing side to the supernatural.
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