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24 Unique Hotels to add to your Bucket List

March 17th, 2017

Want to dine underwater, cuddle up in a luxury Patagonian yurt and enjoy the peace and quiet of the desert from the privacy of your very own pool villa? Now you can. Because we believe this year should be about making memories, we’ve thrown together the very best hotels we have where you can do just

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Tips for Staying at the Cape Grace in Cape Town

January 30th, 2017

Tucked within the V&A Waterfront overlooking the purples hues of Table Mountain and a throng of luxurious white yachts bobbing in the marina, Cape Grace is built for romance and beautiful sunny escapes. Escape the winter cold and fly to Cape Town for a luxurious winter sun holiday – without the extravagant price tag.  Here

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A Luxury Retreat at The 12 Apostles in Cape Town

January 11th, 2017

Commanding a quiet strip along Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, the 12 Apostles is the perfect luxury escape for couples and families alike. One of 17 global hotels owned by Red Carnation, everyone is family at the 12 Apostles. From the moment you step through the door and are handed a tall glass of bubbly at

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The world in highlights: 26 things to do before you die

March 14th, 2016

We get it. The world’s a big place. So how can we expect one person to be able to make a choice about where to travel when the bucket list is literally endless? Well, we’ve done the hard work for you and put together a list of all the best places we would like to

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8 Things to do in Cape Town this summer

December 7th, 2015

The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Cape Town is likely Table Mountain, followed by postcard-worthy images of the Atlantic Ocean with Robben Island waiting patiently out in the bay for the next ferry-load of tourists. But there is so much more to this cosmopolitan city than simply its natural beauty and classic

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7 Responsible Wildlife Experiences You Can’t Miss in South Africa – Besides a Safari

October 21st, 2015

South Africa’s wildlife experiences don’t start and end with safaris. There’s so much to do in this diverse country than simply hopping into a safari vehicle. It’s time to ditch the car, don your walking shoes, and get closer to nature than you ever thought possible. And because we know that animal experiences are a

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17 Unusual Hotels to Add to your Bucket List

September 1st, 2015

Want to fall asleep underwater, curl up in the fuselage of a vintage aeroplane, and enjoy the peace and quiet of the largest uninterrupted desert in the world? If your answer is yes, add these hotels to your bucket list:   MIDDLE EAST   1. Holiday in the desert, Abu Dhabi Nestled amongst towering orange dunes

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The ultimate safari guide to Kruger National Park

August 7th, 2015

The haunting cry of the fish eagle, a rare leopard sighting, and the mock charge of an elephant fiercely guarding her young will stay with you for years to come. South Africa is one of the best safari destinations in the world. Not only does it have abundant wildlife and some of the world’s top safari guides, but

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Where To Go In September & Why

June 8th, 2015

Looking for a getaway in September and want to experience something a bit different? Whether you want to really delve under the service of a country or just try something new, here are our top picks for September. Destination: New York Reason to Visit: Atlantic Antic – this street party is one of the Big

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Where To Go In July & Why

June 2nd, 2015

It’s not too late to book your summer getaway. We’ve handpicked our top three destinations to visit in July and the reason’s why they really shouldn’t be missed. Destination: South Africa Reason to Visit: The Knysna Oyster Festival (3 – 12 July 2015) How you get there: Tie in a visit to the festival with a

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