Drakensberg – natural Zulu border
The mountainous region of KwaZulu-Natal forms a natural and practically impregnable frontier with the kingdom of Lesotho. The ramparts of golden sandstone and basalt summits have become a UNESCO World Heritage Site by virtue of its jaw-dropping landscapes and fascinating rock paintings.
Fes: Treasures of the Medina
Situated 180 kilometres inland from Rabat, the city of Fes has maintained an incredible artistic and cultural standing. Home to the biggest medina in the world, it is filled with magnificent palaces and madrasas and proudly ranks as the capital of Moroccan gastronomy.
Top five sites of Seychelles
Fancy a taste of paradise this winter? Head for the Seychelles, an archipelago lost in the middle of the Indian Ocean and stretch out on a strip of immaculate white sand surrounded by wild birds, mango groves and lemon trees…