Africa : Article
The Tripologist I'm getting a rush of blood to the head just reading your itinerary.
JANE REDDY Korean Air is the preference for long trips to London. They have excellent inflight service, this traveller says.
It has been described as one of the most dangerous cities on earth, but Winsor Dobbin finds Johannesburg surprisingly vibrant and safe.
The Tripologist Local transport in villages is geared to the needs of locals rather than visitors.
Jane Reddy Ky Furneaux, stunt woman and wilderness expert is a big fan of Virgin.
Brian Johnston Spring has almost sprung in the northern hemisphere, writes Brian Johnston.
Rachel Olding A cool new breed of entrepreneurs is bringing a fresh energy to Cape Town, writes Rachel Olding.
Jane Reddy I'm off to Uganda to do some research for a forthcoming book. It'll be way out of my comfort zone.
Flip Byrnes Tempted to sneak a midnight snack? Forget it. The kitchen at this health retreat is locked at night.
Traveller writers reveal memorable locations to experience the beauty of the world in half-light.
Ute Junker When the food matters as much as the rooms, check our list of hot hotels, writes Ute Junker.
The Tripologist How to protect yourself from a viral disease that's in Bali, China and India and on the rise.
Rachel Olding Find rambling old farmhouses, history and great wine in the Cape region, writes Rachel Olding.
Jane Reddy I'm quite particular about which airlines I fly with, sometimes right down to which aircraft.
From the Galapagos to the Great Barrier Reef, there are some destinations you can't keep putting off for a visit, writes Michael Gebicki.
Michael Gebicki Travel in budget mode doesn't necessarily involve nights in shared dorms, fast food and backpacks.
Holidaying safari style is out of this world, finds Louise Southerden.
Julietta Jameson reveals how to beat the crowds for 20 major sights from the Taj Mahal to the Tower of London.
Simon Thomsen Margot Janse's restaurant, The Tasting Room, regularly ranks among the world's 50 best.
Ben Groundwater At Zimbabwe's Somalisa Camp, the elephants visit you, writes Ben Groundwater.