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25
Nov
2016
SIDESHOW ‘SANCTUARIES’

4 -min. read Anton Crone on how tourists can make a difference by avoiding facilities that exploit animals and focusing on tours where they can appreciate animals in their natural element.

15
Nov
2016
FOUR MONTHS OUT, WE TALK TO LIZ BIDEN ABOUT THE SILO CAPE TOWN

6 -min. read We talk to Royal Portfolio’s Liz Biden about the inspiration behind The Silo Cape Town, what visitors can expect from 1 March 2017 and what’s next for the brand.

17
Oct
2016
AFRICAN AIRPORTS SPREAD THEIR WINGS

2 -min. read It’s good news for travellers to Africa that a number of African airports have an eye fixed firmly on the future, with plans underway to extend, expand and refurbish airport facilities across the continent, reports Richard Holmes.

19
Oct
2016
IT’S HERE: APPLY FOR THE 2017 CONSERVATION LAB

2 -min. read Beyond Luxury Media has launched the second Conservation Lab, taking place from 29 April – 1 May 2017. Find out more and apply to take part now.

17
Oct
2016
ST. HELENA: STILL CAST AWAY AT SEA

4 -min. read There was plenty of excitement at the start of the year as the finishing touches were put to the new airport on St. Helena Island. However, test flights show that all is not well for commercial airlines…

17
Oct
2016
WELCOME TO THE AFRICAN TRAVEL OLYMPICS

5 -min. read The Olympic Games may have come and gone, but Eugene Yiga has a guide to discovering Africa’s ten winning countries…

17
Oct
2016
ROVOS RAIL ON TRACK FOR LOCAL GROWTH

3 -min. read Rovos Rail revealed earlier this year that it was to buy the Shongololo Express, branching out into the three- and four-star market with tours traversing South Africa, Namibia, Swaziland, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

24
Aug
2016
SAIL AWAY: 6 AFRICAN BOATS YOU NEED TO GET ON BOARD WITH

4 -min. read Call us romantics, but we’re in love with the idea of exploring Africa by boat. Check out these African suppliers making ripples in luxury travel and join us in our Instagram-fuelled fantasy…

17
Oct
2016
GHANA GOES FOR GOLD

6 -min. read With the median age of its population at just 30 years, Ghana is a young and vibrant country on the road to economic prosperity, writes Eugene Yiga.

17
Oct
2016
RWANDA REBORN: HIGHLIGHTS FROM AFRICA’S NEXT HOTSPOT

4 -min. read When it comes to tourism appeal, Rwanda punches above its weight. From the vibrant streets of Kigali to the famed gorilla trekking in the Volcanoes National Park, it’s a destination drawing an ever-growing number of travellers.

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