South Africa

  By Monique Burns  Any American traveler who’s ever flown a domestic carrier to a major U.S. gateway to board an international carrier knows that airline partnerships are key. Travel becomes practically seamless.  A single itinerary outlines connecting flights and baggage is checked through to your final destination. There’s no

By Amiee White Beazley The weather wasn’t cooperating for my only day in Durban, South Africa. While planning my visit to the city on the coast of the Indian Ocean, I envisioned running along its Golden Mile, reading on the beach, and walking the streets in search of the best

By Steve Jermanok Sitting at the southernmost tip of South Africa, Capetown can certainly match Sydney and San Francisco as the most beautiful city in the world. Table Mountain, often draped in its tablecloth of clouds, forms a spectacular backdrop. A nice little warm up ride will bring you from

By Steve Jermanok Home to the world’s largest rhino population, South Africa recently reported that 820 rhinos have already been killed by poachers in 2014. That’s a dramatic rise from the less than a dozen rhinos killed in 2007. More than half of those killings have occurred in Kruger National

Interview by Everett Potter I can’t think of a better guide to Africa than the travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux. He went to Malawi in 1963 as a Peace Corps volunteer when he was 22 and traveled extensively through the eastern half of the continent to write the bestseller

Reviewed by Richard West “Perils he sought not, but ne’er shrank to meet:   The scene was savage, but the scene was new;   This made the ceaseless toil of travel sweet.” (“Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage,” Byron) For 50 years Paul Theroux has been a traveling man, and as dean of

Even if you can't make the World Cup in South Africa this summer, you can at least get into the rhythms of the country, thanks to Putumayo's new South Africa CD. It highlights the musical variety and diversity of this incredible country and features artists such as Miriam Makeba and