Halle-bloody-lujah!! At last a sense of reasons in an otherwise wilderness of tourism and visa insanity!
Despite a shortage of water, the Cape is back on the map as a heritage tourism destination with the discovery of up to 40 hominin footprints that are estimate dot be over 90 000 years old.
Living on a budget is not easy, but it is necessary if you want to stay debt-free for as long as you can. However, when you stick to a strict budget and you focus solely on the necessities, forgetting that you need to unwind from time to time and let...
Despite Cape Town running out of water soon, the popularity of the city has been further underscored with the news that Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be increasing flight frequency to meet growing travel demand.
With strong tourist arrivals from Central and South America, tourism to South Africa is on the up despite some crazy visa restrictions by the government doing almost everything possible to achieve the opposite.
The Southern African Tourism Association will meet with police to discuss ways to increase protection after 36 Dutch tourists were robbed shortly after touching down at OR Tambo International Airport.
Tickets sales for the first ever flights between South Africa and the volcanic outpost in the South Atlantic Ocean, St Helena, is set to start “within the next week” with SA Airlink poised to operate a weekly service linking the island with Johannesburg and Cape Town via a refuelling stopover...
In a first for the African continent, the City of New York and the City of Cape Town signed a historic city-to-city partnership agreement to boost tourism and business.
Tanzania is a stable country with a population of about 47.6 million, and a third of the country is protected for its wildlife, meaning that it is one of the best countries in African to go on a Safari Adventure. For those who have yet to go on a safari,...
The United States has released a security message warning US citizens travelling via OR Tambo International Airport (Ortia) that they are entering or leaving the Wild West of Africa.
South Africa’s tourism sector is worried that the country’s volatile political and economic situation could affect the the possibility of hosting more international conferences.
Somebody is feeling the heat of AirBNB making great strides into offerring affordable accommodation to people travelling in South Africa and now they are crying foul. In fact, it’s a complementary bottle of wine that’s got them whining.
Around 13,000 potential tourists to South Africa last year were turned away at foreign airports because they were not in possession of correct documentation to enter the country.