South Africa Honeymoon
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South Africa offers incredibly scenery and exclusive accommodation. Making it ideal for a Honeymoon getaway.Contact Adda
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Why we love South Africa
South Africa boasts some of the most exclusive, luxurious and romantic lodges in Africa. Making the lodges the perfect setting for a honeymoon get away. As well as incredible safari lodges there are stunning beach front villas such as the Morukuru Beach Lodge in the De Hoop nature reverse. Making for an even more romantic honeymoon setting.
South Africa breath taking coastline makes for amazing honeymoon destination. Find yourselves on a secluded beach overlooking the Indian ocean where humpback whale can be seen breaching.
Bespoke Safari experience
With the exclusivity of camps like Garonga Safari located in a private game reserve with 20 thousand acres of landscape to explore with your own guide and personal game viewer comes the ability to personalised the experience to your exact request. You will be able to decide from a wide variety of activities including games drive, bush walks, tracking, canoeing, water safaris to name a few. Making each day different from the rest and giving you the best possible chance to explore the beauty of South Africa’s bush.
The variety of game and scenery means that you will never run out of areas to explore when in South Africa. From the vast open savannahs of Welgevonden nature reserve, to the dense fever tree forest of the Makuleke concession. South Africa is also boasts one of the most diverse coastlines in Africa. Experience the luxury of Ellerman House overlooking cape town and the Atlantic Ocean followed by the exclusive Morukuru Beach Lodge situated along the white sandy beaches of the De Hoop nature reserve. No matter what you are looking for during your honeymoon, South Africa will be able to deliver.
Honeymoon Highlights in South Africa
Stellenbosch and Franschhoek
Stellenbosch is located in South Africa's Western Cape and is surrounded by the vineyards of the Cape Winelands. The town is characterised by Dutch architecture giving it a strong sense of South Africa's Dutch colonial history. The town is famous primarily for its wine farms that lie within beautiful surroundings. Visitors to the area can enjoy wine tastings of South Africa's finest wines, as well as enjoying delicious local food at its restaurants and enchanting street cafes. Franschhoek is located to the West of Stellenbosch. It is made up of old vineyards and strong French influences from its early French settlers. It is also well known for its breathtaking scenery and warm hospitality. The town is one of the oldest in South Africa and is situated about 75 kilometres from Cape Town.
An unbeatable balance of exquisite natural beauty and year-round activities make Cape Town an easy city to fall in love with. Awash with variety, from sandy beaches to mountain hiking trails, national parks to vibrant shopping areas. First-class restaurants, interesting galleries and luxury boutique hotels. Cape Town will appeal to just about anyone in the mood for a holiday. It’s a perfect stop for honeymooners, families and adventure lovers.
The Garden Route is a stretch of the south-eastern coast of South Africa which extends from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River in the Eastern Cape. While the Garden Route road itself is extremely scenic, it is the hidden destinations on its side roads that are the real gems of this region. The Garden Route is also famous for its delightful smelling fynbos floral kingdom, its secluded little bays and its year-round holiday frame of mind, not to mention it's conveniently accessible from Cape Town. The towns in this area that are worth a visit include Calitzdorp, Sedgefield, The Wilderness, Knysna and Plettenberg Bay.
Phinda Private Game Reserve
Set within easy reach of the Indian Ocean coastline and the famous Greater St Lucia Wetland Park in northern KwaZulu-Natal, Phinda Private Game Reserve is known for the abundance of wildlife, diverse habitats and wide range of activities. Thanks to its coastal rainfall pattern, Phinda Private Game Reserve enjoys a green environment with seven distinct ecosystems found within its boundary. Phinda is often referred to as ‘Seven Worlds of Wonder.’ This incredible variety of vegetation and landscape supports an abundance of wildlife, including the Big Five and many rarer and less easily spotted species, such as the elusive cheetah or the scarce black rhino.