Holidaying safari style is out of this world, finds Louise Southerden.
A resort a few hours from Cape Town, has become an agent of ecological and social change, writes Alison Stewart.
Tracey Spicer There's a moment in every traveller's life when you know you've gone too far.
Lee Tulloch American bohemian Isadora Duncan once threw a house party that started in Paris, continued in Venice and concluded weeks later on a houseboat on the Nile.
Interest in the Seychelles has boomed since Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed their honeymoon there.
South Africa's Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve was voted the world's best hotel in 2009 in a survey by Travel+Leisure .
Jane E. Fraser From London to the Seychelles and the wilds of Kenya, everywhere William and Kate go is turning to tourism gold.
Jane E. Fraser Follow the pride by day, retire to a luxury lodge by night. More Australians are seeking 'exotic' destinations and Africa's wildlife makes the continent a growing favourite.