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New South African wine pairing experiences

New South African wine pairing experiences

Privately owned boutique hotel Ellerman House in Cape Town's Bantry Bay has launched two tantalising new wine pairing experiences to enable guests to fully appreciate South Africa's 350 year old heritage of winemaking.

Emirates boosts connectivity to Morocco

Emirates boosts connectivity to Morocco

Emirates will step up services to Morocco with a second daily flight, boosting the service to 14 weekly flights beginning 1st September, 2014.

Discover Ethiopia’s Historic North

Discover Ethiopia’s Historic North

Specialist operator Travel The Unknown has a new departure this October providing a chance to discover the historic north of Ethiopia often referred to as the ‘cradle of civilisation’ and home to the oldest known humanoid in the world.

Embrace Mauritian tradition with Veranda Resorts’ cultural programme

Embrace Mauritian tradition with Veranda Resorts’ cultural programme

Veranda Resorts in Mauritius is introducing a brand new cultural programme with the aim of introducing guests to Mauritian heritage and creating a unique travel experience, beyond just sea and sand that Mauritius is normally synonymous with.

New for singles - escorted wine tasting in Bordeaux or walking in Morocco

New for singles - escorted wine tasting in Bordeaux or walking in Morocco

Small, fun escorted group tours for solo travellers – including wine tasting in Bordeaux and two-centre breaks combining Marrakech and The High Atlas Mountains– are being featured for the first time this autumn by leading singles specialist, Friendship Travel.

A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step

A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step

After the heat of the summer months, the trekking season kicks off with a vengeance around the world in September and October.

River Journeys in Zambia

Robin Pope Safaris’ exhilarating River Journeys safari takes place during the photogenic Emerald Season at peak flood time (January to March) in the South Luangwa National Park.

Relax, rewind and rejuvenate the senses in Knysna

Relax, rewind and rejuvenate the senses in Knysna

On the shores of the famous Knysna Lagoon, lies a village of timber log chalets amongst majestic Milkwood trees which is called Under Milkwood Chalets. The tranquil resort offers guests a haven of leisure and comfort, wonderful views of the lagoon and the Outeniqua Mountains in the background.

Emirates to launch fourth daily flight to Johannesburg

Emirates to launch fourth daily flight to Johannesburg

Emirates is to introduce a fourth daily flight between Dubai and Johannesburg effective 26th October 2014, lifting to seven the number of daily flights to South Africa.

Wild camping and family glamping

Wild camping and family glamping

Family holidays will be even more exciting this summer as Acacia Africa have three very different experiences on offer. Small group trips, upscale lodges and glamping options, and a new accommodated overland collection are available for those with kids in tow, the tour operator making Africa more affordable.

Get under the skin of South Africa with a visit to KwaZulu Natal

Get under the skin of South Africa with a visit to KwaZulu Natal

KwaZulu Natal may be South Africa's third smallest province but this doesn't stop it packing a punch as far as experiences are concerned with two World Heritage sites, fabulous beaches, the Big Five, historic battlefields and a colourful Zulu culture.

A culinary trip to the Seychelles

A culinary trip to the Seychelles

The Seychelles' multitude of culinary influences is reflected in the menus at the new 5-star Hotel Savoy Resort & Spa, gourmet chef Gennaro Avagnale invites guests to enjoy the culinary delights of the two hotel restaurants and beach bar.

See the Okavango Delta from a whole new perspective

See the Okavango Delta from a whole new perspective

Botswana's Okavango Delta is a unique ecosystem. It is the world's largest inland delta, surrounded by arid terrain and a magnet for dense concentrations of diverse wildlife including the Big Five and over 400 species of bird.

Save money (in style) this summer in Morocco

Save money (in style) this summer in Morocco

Unlike many European short haul destinations, where prices rocket during the school holidays, Morocco remains great value and in some instances prices go down.

Winter wine & food tours: Chile & Argentina, and South Africa

Two new wine and food tours are on the winter program from the wine tour specialist BKWine: Chile & Argentina, and South Africa.