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Queen of Sheba myth comes to life in Ethiopia

The legend of the Queen of Sheba came face-to-face with reality this week after an archeologist uncovered vast amounts of gold and temple ruins in the Queen's former domain.

Gorilla Permits go up

PERMITS to join gorilla trekking itineraries in Rwanda have been increased by 50 per cent to US$750.
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Pharaoh reins Melb Museum records

Although the coffin has been sealed and he is making his journey back to Egypt for good, Tutankhamun has left a timeless print down under after breaking visitor record numbers.

Rhino poached at Shamwari game reserve

The Shamwari Game Reserve situated in the Eastern Cape of South Africa is deeply saddened to announce that in the early hours of this morning, it tragically lost an adult female rhino cow which was t...

‘Dry Grass’, up-close

I have pulled myself away this morning from the beauty of Thonga Beach Lodge on the Zululand north coast of South Africa, for a private tour of the rural community of Mabibi (‘dry grass’ in Zulu).
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Dubai World Cup draws Australian crowds

The 16th annual Dubai World Cup once again attracted record Australian crowds, including television personalities Sonia Kruger, Esther Anderson and Laura Dundovic, celebrity chef Pete Evans and radio...
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Egypt reopens pyramids

Egypt’s most popular tourist attractions, including the pyramids and the antiquities museum have reopened after being closed off to tourists during its recent political turmoil.

Egypt reopens pyramids

Egypt’s most popular tourist attractions, including the pyramids and the antiquities museum have reopened after being closed off to tourists during its recent political turmoil.