Hundred of thousands of wildebeest have started flooding the central areas of the Serengeti three months early thanks to unusually dry conditions.
From Zulu Camp at Shambala, which offers a great combination of high life and wild life to the rebirth of Johannesburg from dirty and dangerous to a popular tourist destination.
With its all year subtropical climate and some the finest nature reserves in Africa, Rwanda, devastated by genocide in 1994, is once again open for business.
There's lots to do in the Egyptian seaside resort of Sharm El Sheikh: from scuba diving and snorkeling, to haggling at the market and camel rides.
The Savoy Sharm el Sheikh provides affordable luxury, with an all-inclusive package which makes it good value for families or groups.
Holiday makers will have to pay Morocco tourist tax when flying out of the country.
Separated from the north in 2011, South Sudan is the world's newest country and has emerged from decades of inaccessibility as a vibrant and diverse destination.
We highlight five awesome African safari destinations: South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Rwanda/Uganda and Tanzania. Each has their own special blend of animal magic.
Tunisia's northernmost town is full of intriguing historical twists and turns but it remains largely unblemished by mass tourism.
Tunis is recognisably Mediterranean in character, yet bound together by an Islamic thread and North African climate that hold a seductive charm and mysticism.