Zimbabwe's magnificent Victoria Falls are to feature in Bear Grylls' new Survival Academy in Africa.
The 39-year-old adventurer and television presenter will offer fearless travellers the opportunity to learn the same techniques he used in shows such as Channel 4's Born Survivor.
Beyonce and Jay-Z are among the stars to be spotted on city breaks to Havana this year.
But you don't have to be a celebrity couple to enjoy the Cuban capital's charms.
Tourists on city breaks to South Africa's Cape Town now officially know it is without equal in the world.
The bustling metropolis has been voted The Telegraph Travel Awards' Favourite City for 2013, at a ceremony staged in London.
Israel's cultural sites and myriad discoveries enchant holidaymakers on group tours. Now experts claim the latest excavation there offers a fascinating insight into human development.
A 10,000-year-old house, which goes back to the start of civilisation, was unearthed close to Jerusalem in an area called the Judean Shephelah.
Wildlife lovers on specialist tours flock in their multitudes to the annual migration of over one million wildebeest between Tanzania and Kenya.
A drought in Tanzania has given them their chance months earlier than expected this year.
South Korea is a country of romance - with beautiful backdrops and cultural sites designed to melt the hardest of hearts.
But proof that this traditional goes back centuries has been uncovered in a tear-jerking love story unearthed in Andong City.
There are big, bright and buzzing Christmas shopping experiences and then there is the Hong Kong experience to outshine them all.
The region is offering tourists the chance to attend one of the East's most amazing events of the festive season between now and December 31.
Egypt and Tanzania are both on the "tick-off" list of an explorer seeking to become the first person to walk the full length of the world's longest river.
For decades, wildlife lovers on specialist tours have marvelled at the rich, diverse eco-systems of Africa's River Nile.
Penguins whose feathers were left coated in crude oil after a tanker spill off the coast of South Africa have been rescued in an operation featuring in a new TV series.
The six-episode programme follows wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan's stint as a volunteer at the South African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (Sanccob) centre near her home in Cape Town.
Tourists can get more clued up on Turkey's history, culture and heritage than ever thanks to the new museums opening up across the country.
The new museums will help boost Turkey's appeal as a destination for education-based trips as well as for family holidays and city breaks in Istanbul.
Visitors on city breaks to the Turkish metropolis of Cankiri should not take the seemingly unremarkable surrounding countryside with a pinch of salt.
That's because it is full of the stuff.
Today, wildlife lovers on specialist tours to Africa delight in tailor-made holidays watching animals from lions to rhinos; elephants to buffalo.
Tourists can see the best of the buffalo in habitats such as South Africa's Kruger National Park, Tanzania's Moyowosi swamp area, Namibia's Zambezi Region and many parts of Kenya.
Holidaymakers on city breaks to South Africa's Johannesburg could have been forgiven for not looking twice at the site of one of its newest, most intriguing attractions a few years ago.
That's because it used to be an old factory, churning out equipment for the mining industry before gradually falling into neglect and turned into a garage for vehicle repairs.
Tibet has unearthed the world's oldest cat species.
Early estimates date the creature at nearly six million years old.
Cambodia has won the undisputed right to one of the East's most celebrated cultural sites.
The UN's International Court of Justice ruled earlier this month that it should have permanent sovereignty over the land around the spectacular Preah Vihear temple complex.
Brazil's naturally breathtaking town of Bonito is the natural destination for outdoor adventurers on energetic group tours.
This assertion has been reinforced by its winning the Best Destination for Responsible Tourism award.
A replica of Tutankhamun's tomb is being opened in a bid to preserve the world famous attraction for future generations of tourists and help attract more British visitors to Egypt.
The opening of the replica tomb, created over several years using high-tech three-dimensional scanners, coincides with Egypt's tourism minister highlighting his country's continuing popularity among British holidaymakers.
There is certainly no shortage of activities to take part in or places to see in India - as the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are finding out.
The Royal couple have already visited the holy Hindu city of Rishikesh and attended a gala dinner in Mumbai on their nine-day tour of the country.
Tourism officials are hoping a new promotional campaign, launched at one of the UK's most famous visitor attractions, will help boost visitor numbers to Mexico.
Mexico's Ministry of Tourism and the country's tourism board used the Tower of London as the backdrop for the launch of their new Live It to Believe It campaign.
Ingenious engineers constructed a 43-mile ice road to transport the huge stones needed to build parts of China's Forbidden City in the 15th century, academics believe.
Despite having already had the wheel for 3,000 years, it is thought engineers believed sliding the stones on wooden sledges along the artificial ice path - lubricated with water - was more reliable and safer than using wheeled transport despite higher costs and the need for more manpower.