Africa : Article
Michael Gebicki What is the most effective way to safeguard your health?
Lisa Davies After 20 years of freedom, South Africa has come a long way, writes Lisa Davies, but with a long way to go.
David Whitley There are ways to see animals up close without alarming them or yourself, writes David Whitley.
Nina Karnikowski It's not until I'm 100 metres above Victoria Falls in a chopper, that I realise I don't like this.
Tracey Spicer Charity begins on holidays - that's what many tour operators in the family market are finding.
The Backpacker When you visit a country, you're actually inside 'the travel bubble'.
Michael Gebicki Your logical first stop after Morocco is Gibraltar but getting there is slightly problematic.
The Backpacker The infamous Magaluf sex video was shocking ... but not that shocking for seasoned travellers.
Michael Gebicki Burgundy would be a fine choice. Great culinary traditions, fabulous wines, mediaeval towns.
Alison Stewart Some of the country's best escapes were known only to locals - until now, writes Alison Stewart.
Steve McKenna Travel the Garden Route from Cape Town for some spectacular sights, writes Steve McKenna.
Brian Johnston 'Why worry about lions? Giraffes have a kung-fu kick that can take your head off'.
Elspeth Callender Elspeth Callender heads to Mauritius on a mission to trace her roots.
Nina Karnikowski An unusual approach to what to take on holiday is recounted by this musical theatre star.
PAT INGRAM White sand beaches, turquoise water, swaying palms … this Indian Ocean island has it all.
Edited by Sarah Maguire From retro caravans to saving the rhinos, here's what we love about travel right now.
Nina Karnikowski Four-wheel driving in Zimbabwe was a fabulous adventure for Geraldine Turner.
Rob McFarland A coastal trike tour raises eyebrows and offers great sights, writes Rob McFarland.
Andrew Bain Blyde River Canyon’s many vistas keep Andrew Bain spellbound.
Michelle Griffin Africa's mightiest falls are an assault on the senses for Michelle Griffin.