Euronews spoke to two UK travellers in the Philippines.
Escape humanity in the untouched nature that surrounds Wolwehoek's single glamping unit, near Montagu in South Africa.
Take a sneak peek at this wine harvest at Constantia Glen - with award-winning winemaker Justin van Wyk.
Since 2009, Leipzig has commemorated the Monday Demonstrations that led to the fall of East Germany with a light festival. All year long, visitors can dive into the history behind the Peaceful Revolution.
Recognizing that the Amazon is the lungs of the Earth, World Nomad Andi Brenner visits the local people of Mocagua, Colombia, who have given up hunting to protect the forest and its inhabitants. Swapping weapons for cameras, pencils, paper and GPS...
Looking for a bucket list trip? Here are the top spots to pass the centre of the Earth in 11 countries.
All Flybe flights have been grounded and passengers told not to go to airports unless they have alternative flight arrangements.
Before extravagant colour and bopping beats take over the Mother City's streets for the Cape Town Carnival, their workshop has to go into creative overdrive to deliver all the floats, costumes and heart of the iconic parade.
World Nomad Joel explores the USA wilderness from deserts in New Mexico to the forest of California. Its vastness makes it as dangerous as it is beautiful. Tips from travelers, van lifers and locals, include learning how to stay safe, limiting and...
World traveller Steve Hanisch takes you on a tour of the Norwegian capital Oslo. Highlights include the opera house, Akershus Castle, the Holmenkollen ski museum, and a football stadium.
The wreck of the USS Liberty, a WW II-era military transport ship, is popular with diving enthusiasts around the world. The wreck is located about 30 meters off the coast of Tulamben, Bali.
Looking for the ultimate trip around the world? Why not follow the deserts along the Tropic of Cancer?
Cycling the coast of Brazil, World Nomad Albert Sans discovers a unique interaction between man and dolphins at Molhes Da Barra De Laguna, in Santa Catarina. Using skills passed from father to son over decades, fishermen gather each day to catch f...
There's new street art adorning the walls of Cape Town's Salt River - courtesy of the annual International Public Art Festival.
Mark and Genius in Cape Town have been working together for a decade reworking discarded iron into high-end pieces of art.
DW- viewer Joaquin Sosa took a vacation with some friends in the northern Argentinian provinces Catamarca and La Rioja, where wine making and rugged countrysides make for a stunning atmosphere.
Lizete Zimmermann explores Blumenau, which is considered Brazil's most German city. The city has a rich Oktoberfest tradition. After the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, it's the country's biggest folk festival.
From squirting squid to shrimp smoothies, this is what the residents of Cape Town's aquarium get to eat every day.
Feeling kinky? Maybe even a bit naughty? Then you've come to the right place.
The art expo in the heart of the Cape Winelands will be running from 11 February to 30 April 2020.
Journalist Carles Claver takes you through his home town and shows its historical and modern sides. The tour begins at the central market, the Mercado Central, and ends in the City of Arts and Sciences.
Freddy Quiros from Costa Rica has created a portrait of the French capital in a short video.
The rockhopper penguins at Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town are a wily bunch - each with their own personality as they go on their daily walks between their pen and the kelp forest exhibit.
The N1 stretches across the beige, then brown, then green landscape, in a straight, almost never-ending straight line. Arid in parts, warm in most, and friendly in all, the Karoo is far from cities, but close to home.
Did you know you can take a dive into the Predators Exhibit at the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town?
Yoshi lived at the Two Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town, South Africa, for 20 years before being released back into the ocean - and her journey in the wild is one of the longest migrations ever recorded.
A stunning viewer video of a ski trip in the Austrian Alps includes impressive drone footage.
A Haifa local leads the way through the beautiful port city in Israel. The tour includes the Baha'i Gardens, a cable car journey up Mount Carmel and a visit to the Wadi Nisnas neighborhood.
What South Africans could learn from the world's healthiest countries.
Rekai Mapenda is a 'Tree-preneur' who is responsible for 25 000 spekboom trees that he's grown as part of the Wonder Plant's entrepreneur development program.
A flower that smells like rotting flesh? A plant that can drown a rat? These are some of the weird and wonderful plants and fungi to be found in the world.
Vardy and his jockey Craig Zackey took home the coveted R1.5 million prize at this year's race in Kenilworth, Cape Town.
This Garden Route resort offers a home away from home base for your next break.
DW viewer Svitlana Seliverstova from the Ukraine went to Venice with her son. The trip was his gift to her for Mother's Day.
Globetrotter Steve Hanisch visits Cali in Colombia and tries dancing the Salsa.
You probably know the land-based Big 5 all too well - but South Africa is also home to the marine Big 5.
Japan keeps its leading position in 2020 passport ranking. The UAE passport experiences the biggest rise in the last decade.
One of the most beautiful landscapes in Namibia - and a photographer's dream - the Spitzkoppe has been more than 120 million years in the making as a desert playground for those who love adventure.
Travel to Zanzibar, Tanzania with World Nomads' Andres Brenner and Nin Van Wechem, as they discover what the idyllic island as to offer. A melting pot of African and Indian influences, Zanzibar has plenty to offer, from exploring historic Stone To...
DW viewer Rainer Gottlinger took a cruise down China's longest river, the Yangtze. He captured the highlights like the Three Gorges Dam and natural surroundings on video.
DW viewer Geovanna shows you around San Jose, Costa Rica's capital, from the cathedral to the market. She also takes you to see stunning flora and fauna at La Paz Waterfall Gardens.
While airline catering is a multibillion-dollar industry, you might be better off eating at the terminal before boarding.
PODCAST | The Check-In: Did you know there's a wine cellar beneath one of Cape Town's busy highways?
In conversation with South African Winemakers Elunda Basson from Steenberg and Roger Burton of Constantia Royal - who share all there is to do in their part of the Constantia Valley.
Freezing and charming at the same time: a journey through northern Norway. Globetrotter Steve Hanisch explores the Lofoten islands, including isolated Fjords, fishing villages and the world's best cinnamon buns.
Plettenberg Bay can get busy, especially during peak season - but you'd never know it being holed up at this five-star family villa.