How the coronavirus pandemic ravaged medical tourism
As costs mount in the coronavirus crisis, hospitals are shifting their plans to develop hotels for patients seeking specialised treatments, despite an uncertain outlook.
Our Rust Belt honeymoon road trip was cut short by the coronavirus pandemic
The original plan was a drive through the Rust Belt. It turns out that New York City without tourists is even better.
5 Caribbean holiday destinations that are reopening soon
As the region reopens, it faces hurricane season, pandemic-related restrictions and the absence of cruise ships.
Facebook user want someone to sign the little boy to a record deal
The global hotel chain has implemented extensive health and safety protocols to ensure the safety of guests and staff.
Take the road less travelled and visit Moordenaars Karoo
If you revelled in the isolation of lockdown, a trip down (or up) the N1 could be just the thing to get your spiritual motor running.
Lockdown has me longing for the simple things in life

Local getaways Lockdown has me longing for the simple things in life

The bush is the place where I get entertained by the impossibly close skies in the clear night sky, instead of TV and the internet.

International escapes For the catch-flights-not-feelings-gang: 10 travel trends to expect in 2021

Now that you have had enough time to plan, it’s time to take that trip of a lifetime, especially since the freedom to do so can disappear in the blink of an eye.

Travel Ancient Australian Aboriginal sites discovered underwater

Archeologists have found Aboriginal sites in inland Australia dating back at least 65,000 years.

Food and Drink Everything the tourism and hospitality industry needs to know about relaxed lockdown level 3

Travel between provinces is still not permitted for recreational purposes.

Entertainment 8 things to know about new travel and entertainment rules

The goal post keeps shifting on what you may or may not do under ‘relaxed’ rules.

Travel Foreign tourists keen to start visiting SA again

South African Tourism’s (SAT) strategy insights and analytics (SIA) team say foreigners are keen to visit SA again, with at least 45% saying they are ready to travel again once the virus woes blow over.

Europe resurfaces to find odd mix of familiar and alien

International escapes Europe resurfaces to find odd mix of familiar and alien

After losing their jobs during the lockdown, thousands were lining up for hours for a food handout – in one of the world’s richest cities.

The most important word in the hospitality industry? ‘Clean’

News The most important word in the hospitality industry? ‘Clean’

The world’s largest hotel companies have all come forward in recent weeks to announce new cleaning playbooks.

Entertainment Is this the future of long-haul flights, and how safe is it?

Qatar Airways now have no layovers or crew changes for staff on its nine-hour flight from Doha to the Philippines.

News How to stay safe if you need to travel by plane

The biggest concern is how to keep from becoming infected. If you must fly, here are some things to consider.

News Disneyland Paris plans phased reopening from 15 July

The resort is allowing people to cancel or modify their hotel reservations without cost up to seven days before arrival.

News Dubai to welcome tourists from 7 July

The city also announced that citizens and residents would be allowed to travel abroad from Tuesday.

Africa Mount Grace in Magaliesburg finds new owner in Tsogo Sun

Tsogo Sun Hotels has noted the announcement that they have closed three hotels and are removing them from the Marriott system as a result of the impact of Covid-19.




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