The country where humans are learning to co-exist with animals again

Growing up as a Maasai herder on the Lemek group ranch, Dickson Kaelo frequently encountered big cats. But when we meet a cheetah on a drive into the Maasai Mara’s Kicheche Bush Camp, he reacts as if seeing the slender creature for the very first time. His surprise is...

South Africa to scrap strict rules on travelling with children after three years of chaos

South Africa has announced plans to scrap stringent rules on entering the country with children in an attempt to encourage more families to visit. The news will be welcomed by the thousands of Britons who since 2015 have had to endure a bureaucratic nightmare when flying there....

The best places to see in Northern Ireland (according to the locals)

Every destination has its top things to see and do, a “bucket list” of sights to be ticked off and shared on Instagram. But sometimes it’s even more rewarding to go off the beaten track. In this new two-part video series, we explore Ireland going only by...

The iconic aircraft disappearing from the skies – including the 747

Nine of the most important aircraft facing extinction. Boeing 747 The 747 will remain in the sky for some time to come – a remarkable 1,547 have been built and delivered since 1966 – including five this year, all bound for logistics behemoth UPS – and they...

Which will be the world's most visited countries in 2030?

France – the world’s most popular holiday destination for at least three decades – will be ousted from the top spot by 2030, a new report has predicted. Thanks to the growing demand for travel among Asia’s burgeoning middle class, experts at Euromonitor...

Beat the rush: 50 amazing holidays you should book before January

The art of travel is not just about knowing where to go and when, it is also about knowing when to book. And for many holidays, the answer is now. Every year, just after Christmas there is a spectacular surge in the number of people researching and booking their holidays for the...

Ryanair passenger beats fees with ingenious homemade coat

Ryanair’s decision to scrap a second free cabin bag for all passengers has led one traveller to fashion a homemade suitcase coat to beat the extra charges. Ahead of a flight with the Irish airline to Belfast, Lee Cimino decided not to pay to take a second bag on-board, and...

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