The Lookout Café, a popular semi-open-air café on the Zimbabwe side of the Victoria Falls, has closed until further notice, due to severe fire damage over the festive season. The cause of the fire has not been established, however no one was hurt in the incident, which was believed to have occurred in the early

The digital world is shedding new light on destinations and breaking down traditional barriers. Consumers are basing travel on what they have been exposed to on social media platforms, therefore, if used correctly, social media can be a powerful marketing tool for the tourism industry. Power of social media Collin Thaver, MD of Southern Africa

Traditional cultural values and government policy influence how Chinese backpackers use technology while travelling abroad, according to new research by the University of East Anglia (UAE) in the UK. The study, published in the Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems, looked at how independent Chinese tourists use the Internet during their trips abroad

Cheetah Plains an exclusive lodge in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve bordering the Kruger National Park, is sporting three new custom-built electric game vehicles, reducing sound pollution in the area. Owner of Cheetah Plains, Japie Van Niekerk, was the driving force behind these new prototypes. “For years I was involved in motorsport, and South Africa has