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Stellenbosch: South Africa's Art, Wine & Culture Capital

BY : Kat Ward | 2017

South Africa's most populous city has been steadily growing its reputation as a cultural capitol over the last decade or so. The winning combination of winemaking, art and natural beauty often puts Cape Town at the top of avid...

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10 Reasons You Need to Visit Mozambique’s Luxurious Beach Getaway: Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort & Spa

BY : Eric Rosen | 2017

1. It’s easier to get to than you think. Mozambique; easy to get to? Yes, that is, in fact, the case. Even in this day and age of near-supersonic jet travel and proliferating airlines, some countries still seem so exotic and so distant. But...

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Latitude 13 Boutique Luxury Hotel in Malawi Expands With All-New Suites

BY : Eric Rosen | 2017

Most travelers to Africa tend to focus on well-trod destinations like Cape Town or Zanzibar. However, some of the continent’s most exciting travel developments are happening in its lesser-known cities, where homegrown hotel brands like the...

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An Unlikely Surf & Yogi Gem in the Beachy Town of Taghazout, Morocco

BY : Kristen Slizgi | 2017

Tucked away on Morocco's stunning Atlantic Coast, lies a once quiet fishing village now-turned surf and yoga hub: Taghazout. It'll come to no surprise to those who have traveled to Morocco that this sunny coastal town is now...

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4,000 Years of Culture on Abercrombie and Kent’s Luxury Nile Cruise

BY : Glenn Harris | 2017

Egypt. The name evokes thoughts of mysterious Pyramids and 5,000-year-old half man, half lion sphinxes as tall as a New York skyscraper. The advanced civilization left behind countless treasures in science, technology, philosophy and culture....

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Exploring One of Egypt's Most Important Archaeological Sites

BY : Maria Palacios | 2016

Egypt is home to awe-inspiring pyramids, thousands of years of preserved history and miles and miles of desert lands. Sitting within this remarkable country is Abydos (also called Abjdu) located about a 6.5 hour drive from Cairo. Abydos is one...

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Cruising the Nile River Aboard the Oberoi Philae

BY : Glenn Harris | 2016

Egypt is a beautiful country full of historical importance, wonders of the world, and is one of the oldest civilizations on earth. In fact, 30 percent of the world’s ancient artifacts are found here. For centuries, we’ve heard...

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Six Senses' Remote Island Resort is Giving Us Major Wanderlust

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Unless you know your geography very, very well, you may have no clue where Félicité Island is located. The small, granitic archipelago sits two miles east of La Digue Island in Seychelles, Africa and served as a coconut plantation in...

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This Diamond Safari is Our Favorite Kind of Adventure

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

We don’t know about you, but a diamond safari sounds right up our alley. This September, six lucky guests will get the chance to join Ellerman House in South Africa for a sparkling excursion filled with Benguela diamonds, a private jet, luxury...

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The Emerging Foodie Destination Worth Knowing About

BY : Jackie Bryant | 2016

South Africa, a country known for surfing, political conflict, and safaris is now slowly beginning to be recognized as a vibrant food and wine powerhouse. While foolishly ignored by the prestigious Michelin Guide, the more in-tune San Pellegrino...

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Trekking Through Tanzania in High Style

BY : Isabelle Doal | 2016

With Elewana Collection’s seven-night SkySafari package, luxury isn’t just posh lodges and high-end service; the team makes it possible to fully relax, let go, and forget any to-do lists thanks to an eight-day trip across three national...

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Daring Video Stunt Gets Tourist Lifetime Ban From Egypt

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Today's teenagers are known for making some very poor decisions and capturing them on social media, for all the world to see. The most recent incident of terrible judgment was when 18-year-old German tourist Andrej Ciesilski decided to climb the...

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