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Mobile phones usage for travel
Mobile phones usage for travel

In the latest report on how people use phones for travel, Google in collaboration with Ipsos has provided insights on the influences mobile devices have on travellers' decisions...

By Josephine Wawira 1 hour ago

Sanbona Explorer Camp: A holistic safari adventure in the Klein Karoo
Sanbona Explorer Camp: A holistic safari adventure in the Klein Karoo

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is a 54,000 ha premier wildlife destination that lies at the foot of the Warmwaterberg Mountains in the heart of the Klein Karoo...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 2 Dec 2016

#SharetheBay with Craig Duffield of Mosaic Tourism
#SharetheBay with Craig Duffield of Mosaic Tourism

Craig Duffield, founder of Mosaic Tourism, has always had a strong desire to make a difference...

By Sindy Peters 1 Dec 2016

Breedezicht Estate - developing in unspoiled Witsand
Breedezicht Estate - developing in unspoiled Witsand

Breedezicht Estate is a development situated in the small town of Witsand - but it's not your regular development. The location, attractions, and architecture makes a unique destination for...

By Cari Van Wyk 29 Nov 2016

#SharetheBay: Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism launches revamped travel app
#SharetheBay: Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism launches revamped travel app

Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism held the launch of its revamped app just in time as we enter peak tourism season in South Africa...

By Sindy Peters 23 Nov 2016

#SharetheBay: Taking a sho't left with Mandlakazi Skefile
#SharetheBay: Taking a sho't left with Mandlakazi Skefile

During the launch of the Nelson Mandela Bay Travel Guide app, we chatted to CEO of Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism Mandlakazi Skefile...

By Sindy Peters 23 Nov 2016

Ten reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve
Ten reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve

Mashatu Game Reserve comprises of 29,00 hectares of privately owned land in the conserved wilderness area known as the Northern Tuli Game Reserve

By Jarred Manasse 17 Nov 2016

Five reasons to visit the Breedekloof Wine Valley
Five reasons to visit the Breedekloof Wine Valley

A common misconception about the Breedekloof Wine Valley is that it's only home to large-scale wine producing cooperatives. True, Breedekloof is one of the largest wine producing areas in the Cape, however, this wine region offers so much more than that...

By Ruth Cooper 14 Nov 2016

The most spectacular lakes in Africa
The most spectacular lakes in Africa

From crystal-clear waters that give mirror-like reflections to hypnotic ripples whose effect create an amazing allure, here are the most spectacular lakes in Africa...

By Josephine Wawira 11 Nov 2016

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Mobile payment security for a globetrotting generation

Thanks to advances in technology, the travel experience - compared to only a few years ago - is faster, simpler and more convenient. We book airline tickets, hotel stays, and call an Uber quickly and easily with a simple click on websites or in apps, paying with credit or debit cards. And, once on the road, we use our mobiles to check-in, access boarding passes, and receive updates on any changes to our plans...

By Ajay Bhalla 9 Nov 2016

#EntrepreneurMonth: from a gap in the market to successful Kalahari lodge
#EntrepreneurMonth: from a gap in the market to successful Kalahari lodge

We spoke to Denise Koortzen, co-founder and co-developer of Kgalagadi Lodge, about her journey and what she thinks it takes to make it in the industry...

By Cari Van Wyk 8 Nov 2016

Adventure ideas for your next holiday to Africa
Adventure ideas for your next holiday to Africa

If you are planning your next holiday to the land of unending adventures, Africa, you need to know what places have the experiences you are looking to have

By Josephine Wawira 1 Nov 2016

Frozen in time: the alluring beauty of Namibia's Deadvlei
Frozen in time: the alluring beauty of Namibia's Deadvlei

Are you a tourist photographer seeking your next destination to capture those unforgettable natural shots of the world's beauty? Dead Vlei should be your very next stop...

By Josephine Wawira 31 Oct 2016

Newly appointed CEO of SAT shares vision for tourism and growth
Newly appointed CEO of SAT shares vision for tourism and growth

In the next five years, South African Tourism will work towards attracting an extra five million tourists to the country...

By Danette Breitenbach 26 Oct 2016

Royal Malewane bush luxury at the very top of the food chain
Royal Malewane bush luxury at the very top of the food chain

At Royal Malewane you will not only enjoy the insight of the most qualified and experienced field guides in the land but also a renewed focus on exquisite cuisine paired with the best South African wines...

By Brian Berkman 17 Oct 2016

Globalisation and its effects on tourism in Africa
Globalisation and its effects on tourism in Africa

Africa's linkages to the rest of the world have expanded extensively and the people's way of life has in many ways consolidated with the global social standards...

By Josephine Wawira 13 Oct 2016

Twelve reasons why you should explore Selinda
Twelve reasons why you should explore Selinda

Home to some of the largest herds of elephant and buffalo left in Southern Africa, Botswana's Selinda is a moody wilderness and one of the best places to see the African wild dog...

By Jarred Manasse 11 Oct 2016

Ten things I love about São Paulo
Ten things I love about São Paulo

Brian Berkman asks Rolf Steiner, owner of Rhulani Safari Lodge, about the 10 things he loves about São Paulo, Brazil - his home for many years...

By Brian Berkman 11 Oct 2016

Cape Town Pass Launch, Sept 2016 at Hotel Verde
#InnovationMonth: Cape Town Pass, tech for greater access to the city

We spoke to Marnus van Niekerk, the co-owner and founder of Cape Town Pass, a digital access pass to Cape Town and the Western Cape...

By Cari Van Wyk 3 Oct 2016

Kgalagadi Lodge: Where rugged terrain and luxury meet
Kgalagadi Lodge: Where rugged terrain and luxury meet

One of the many gems in the Northern Cape is Kgalagadi Lodge, situated 5km from the vast Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. We had a chat with its co-founders...

By Cari Van Wyk 3 Oct 2016

We all have a role in promoting accessible tourism
We all have a role in promoting accessible tourism

As part of responsible and sustainable tourism policy, accessibility for all to tourist facilities, services, and products is vital...

By Josephine Wawira 29 Sep 2016

Analysing gender aspects of the tourism industry
Analysing gender aspects of the tourism industry

The gender perspective cannot be left out when discussing sustainable development, particularly because tourism is a major employing sector for both men and women...

By Josephine Wawira 21 Sep 2016

Winfried Bruenken (Amrum) via  - Namaqualand
A guide to SA Flower Route

The Visitor's Guide Flower Route is a beautifully-illustrated, detailed overview of South Africa's spectacular annual kaleidoscope of wildflowers, often described as the greatest flower show on earth...

By Henrie Geyser: motoring editor 19 Sep 2016

Trending traveller preferences in hotel bookings
Trending traveller preferences in hotel bookings

Whether booking a hotel directly or through an online travel agent, there are trends that have undeniably dominated the process including the use of mobile devices and applications...

By Josephine Wawira 16 Sep 2016

Ten reasons why you should explore the West Coast National Park this Spring
Ten reasons why you should explore the West Coast National Park this Spring

If you're looking for an authentic South African Spring season experience, then a visit to the West Coast National Park should be at the top of your travel bucket list...

By Jarred Manasse 14 Sep 2016

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Futuristic cities that will take Africa's tourism industry by storm

Inspired by the need for sustainable living, including access to sustainable energy, transport, and housing billions of dollars are being invested in the development of futuristic cities...

By Josephine Wawira 14 Sep 2016

Five things to do in Paarl and Wellington
Five things to do in Paarl and Wellington

I recently spent an enjoyable two days exploring, dining and drinking in Paarl and Wellington. Here are my top five activities when spending a weekend round these small-town parts.

By Ruth Cooper 13 Sep 2016

Craig Rodney
#InnovationMonth: Building a solid presence with tourism storytelling on Instagram

We had a chat with Craig Rodney, the one man show behind the @SouthAfrica Instagram account, about tourism storytelling on social media, the value of social media as a destination marketing tool, and...

By Cari Van Wyk 12 Sep 2016

Love is in the air for couples and for the whole family
Love is in the air for couples and for the whole family

With jasmine and frangipani blossoms heavy in the air, this March full moon in Phuket is different. Far from the crowds and all-night parties of Patong and Karon Beach...

By Brian Berkman 6 Sep 2016

10 reasons why you need to visit the Thornybush Game Reserve
10 reasons why you need to visit the Thornybush Game Reserve

Since the Thornybush Game Reserve is private, experienced game rangers are afforded much more freedom than in a national park. Travellers can be treated to...

By Jarred Manasse 2 Sep 2016

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