Top 5 travel stories for the week

2014-07-25 15:47

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Cape Town - Proof of creatures that many thought were long gone, naked street dancing and more visa complications.

In case you missed them, these are few of the articles that got our readers clicking this past week. 

5. SA visa regulations may create new black market

New visa regulations have introduced a number of financial pros and cons, for SA's economy, travellers, airlines and criminals alike. 

4. PICS: Knysna elephant caught on camera

Long left to the realm of myth and legend, new camera trap photographs prove that elephants still roam around the Garden Route forests. 

3. Air India plane only 90 seconds away from MH17 tried to make contact

An Air India plane flying less than 25 kilometres from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 when it was downed had tried to make contact with the pilots.

2. Naturist alert! Would you do this?

This 'charming' video of people dancing starkers in downtown Los Angeles gives new meaning to the flash-mob concept.

1. Lion takes down elephant calf in Chobe
Check out this incredible wildlife photography sequence sent in by reader, Gerald Hinde.

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