Tourism Trends 2016

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Get your takkies out for the Garden Route Walking Fest

South Africa's first walking festival, the Garden Route Walking Fest, takes place on the Garden Route over the Easter Weekend in 2016

Sabie residents and tourists trapped by protests

Tourists and the residents of Sabie were prevented from leaving the town near Kruger Park yesterday when protesters barricaded all exit roads.

Yellow Backie: getting around Amsterdam style

Yellow Bike, Amsterdam-based bike tour and rental service, introduced Yellow Backie: Amsterdam style hitchhiking. The initiative seeks to spark some love between Amsterdam locals and its visitors...

How Andries Mabila got on track with tours and safaris

His desire to protect the animals in his care, and a gift for storytelling, inevitably led to Andries realising his full potential as the co-founder of Nghelekele Tours & Safaris...

By Liesl Jobson

Create your #mabulamoment and win a weekend away

Mabula Game Lodge is home to the Big 5 and a variety of fauna and flora, offering you nature and naturally wild experiences together with comfort and hospitality...

Seven requests travel writers hate

While the masses are hustling in corporate offices or stuck in traffic, the travel writer could be waking up to a song of a bird s/he has never heard before...

By Phindiwe Nkosi

The best time to plan your next holiday is after you've just had one

While your tan may be the only reminder of your summer holidays, it doesn't have to be suggests Pentravel.

[BizTrends 2016] New frontiers in travel and tourism

Tailor-made messaging, a strong online presence and the power of word-of-mouth marketing are sure to characterise...

By Candice Winterboer

[BizTrends 2016] The connected travel experience takes centre stage

Travel continues to outperform other sectors despite uncertain global economic growth, rising geopolitical unrest, volatile oil prices and rising interest rates...

By Mariette du Toit-Helmbold

#KenyaLive - broadcasting for wildlife lovers

Kenya's stunning wildlife is set to be showcased with two world firsts in a series of live web broadcasts using new state-of-the-art technology...

Four stops to make when traveling Zambia

Zambia embodies the rugged beauty of Southern Africa and with the bustling capital of Lusaka, its potential is much more than it is given credit for...

Seven lesser-known green spaces in Africa

Africa conjures up images of adventure, danger and to a certain degree romanticism. This is because it is one of the last untamed places...

By Armand Viljoen & Martinette Kruger

The elephants and me

'I hate elephants," said no one, ever. Of all the world's wild creatures, I think elephants must be the most loved by people and I'm no exception...

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