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Your honeymoon is a once in a lifetime experience, so we want to make sure that it suits each and every clients needs down to a T. Whether you want to combine a Safari & the beach or if you want to explore Asia, we are here to help.Contact Georgie
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These itineraries cover routes and places that are particularly popular with our guests and are designed to inspire. Every single trip we create is tailor-made and highly personalised to meet your specific requirements.
- Explore Botswana's Highlights, including the Makgadikgadi's salty wilderness, the Vumbura Plains in the Okavango Delta & the vast floodplains of the Linyanti at Zarafa Camp.
- From £8,700 per person, based on two sharing for 9 nights. Fully inclusive throughout, all meals, drinks, safari activities and domestic bush flights included.
- Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Okavango Delta and the Linyanti
- Immerse yourself in all Cambodia has to offer, the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Museums, Beaches and get a taste of the local cuisine.
- 14 days from £6,000 including internal flights & transfers.
- Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Kep & Sihanoukville
Off the beaten track
- Enjoy unspoilt rural Vietnam from rich hill tribes, unfamiliar terrain and exciting hiking trails to end on a stunning secluded beach.
- From 14 nights at £3,000 per person including internal flights and transfers.
- Hanoi, Ninh Binh, Mai Chau and Ninh Van Bay
Tanzania & Zanzibar
- Enjoy an incredibly varied safari experience in the Selous Game Reserve - walking, game drives, night safaris, boat trips, fly camping and fishing before heading to the white white sands of Zanzibar
- From £3,400 per person based on a ten night honeymoon. Fully inclusive accommodation, all safari activities included along with domestic flights.
- Selous Game Reserve and Zanzibar
- There's little more romantic room types than an over-water villa. Brand new Milaidhoo has already firmly established itself as one of our favourite Maldivian hotels.
- Spend seven nights in a Water Pool Villa at Milaidhoo on a half board basis from £4,350 per person, inclusive of sea plan transfers.
- Milaidhoo, Baa Atoll
Luxury Seychelles Honeymoon
- Seychelles is a dream for those looking to do a bit more than just lie on a beach. Year round temperatures and incredible hotels make this one of the world's premier honeymoon destinations
- Spend 7 nights at Six Senses new Zil Pasyon in a Hideaway Pool Villa on a bed and breakfast basis from £4,100 per person, inclusive of helicopter flights to/from Mahe.
- Six Senses Zil Pasyon
Baa Atoll is an administrative division of the Maldives and a UNESCO world biosphere. It can be reached by a scenic 30-minute sea plane flight from Male. Apart from the highly sought-after crystal clear waters, white beaches and tropical climate, the island has unusually rich vegetation offering a unique natural experience, painting the perfect picture of paradise.
Serengeti National Park
Tanzania’s most famous safari destinations, vast areas of open savannah and dramatic natural phenomena; teeming with wildlife and dominated by big African skies. This is such a huge tract of land with a wide offering of accommodation types and safari styles. There truly is something for everyone across the northern safari destinations, matching the expectations you have for your safari with the best lodges and guides on the ground is where the team of specialist at True Luxury Travel come in. The Serengeti National Park is most famous for the Great Migration. This annual cycle of two million animals covers vast distances in search of fresh grazing, although unpredictable in its very nature, the cycle does follow a pattern and at any time of the year it is possible to enjoy an unparalleled migration safari. As the herds move on the resident wildlife stays behind, this is where the depth of the Serengeti comes into its own, blessed by wonderful wildlife throughout the year, we often recommend visitors experience a quieter corner, away from the big herds, take the opportunity to slow down on safari and soak in the atmosphere of this very special part of Africa.
One of Africa’s most iconic safari areas. A phenomenon of nature where the Okavango River runs out, not to the sea but into the heart of the Kalahari Desert. Floodwaters arrive all the way from the Angolan Highlands in about June and water levels in the Delta can rise by up to three feet in a matter of days. A truly beautiful landscape with a jaw-dropping variety and volume of wildlife.
Today's Kep has recently become established as a Khmer holiday spot and is slowly being rediscovered by travelers.
The Seychelles is a breath-taking cluster of 115 tropical islands in the heart of the Indian Ocean off the East coast of Africa. The archipelago is alive with colourful sea life, enchanting rainforests and picturesque beaches, ideal for the perfect getaway. Whether you are looking for a family holiday, couples retreat or honeymoon, the Seychelles is a place you need to visit in your lifetime. Throughout most of recorded history the Seychelles was uninhabited and still has a very small population today. The state is committed to sustainable living and preserving nature, making it a sanctuary of raw nature and personal wellness. The islands are divided into two categories: 45 Islands that form the mountainous granitic ‘Inner Islands’ (namely Mahé, La Digue and Praslin) and 71 ‘Outer Islands’ that are an array of small, flat scattered islands of which many remain untouched by man. The granite islands boast the most beautiful bays and classically Seychelles beach scenes, with diverse landscapes of tropical rain forests, mountains, waterfalls, and jungles. This is a peaceful place of leisure; therefore typical activities include guided trail walks, swimming, sun bathing, snorkelling, fishing, diving, sailing/cruising, rock climbing, golf (Praslin), spa and wellness treatments, visiting marine parks, cycling the rainforests, and visiting the variety of restaurants. With that said, the main island (Mahé) has a bustling port and nightlife if that is of interest. Cuisine predominantly includes seafood, coconut curry, spiced rice and tropical fruits like papaya and golden apple. A typical dining experience could include grilled fish/calamari with crushed ginger, chilli, and garlic in a coconut-based sauce. As the Seychelles has such a diverse history, its cuisine incorporates a variety of Chinese, Indian, English and French techniques. This diverse heritage filters into their multi-ethnic culture however a few things from the Seychelles days of slavery has remained such as the traditional ‘moutya’ erotic dance combined with the ‘sega’ lyrics. The local language is Creole, however English and French are also recognised as official languages. The Seychelles is known as the world leader in sustainable tourism, therefore their wildlife remains extremely well preserved. The Aldabra giant tortoises are allowed free to roam the granitic islands, and are loved by locals and tourists. They have a diverse range of birds, including their national bird the black parrot and some of the world’s largest seabird colonies. From the sea, there are over 1000 bright and colourful species of fish that have been recorded. Indigenous to the Seychelles is the jellyfish tree and many orchid varieties. The climate is typical to most tropical destinations. Year round it is quite humid and the temperature does not have great disparity. The hottest period is between December and April, however the heat rarely exceeds 31°C. During this time there are bursts of rainfall, which tend to go as quickly as they come. The cooler months are July and August with an average low of 24°C. Transportation to Seychelles is often easiest via Air Seychelles or Emirates, flying into Mahe or Praslin Airport. There are other airlines that fly directly into Seychelles while some fly via Abu Dhabi and Dubai. If you wish to travel between the islands you can either jump on a domestic flight, fast catamaran ferry or chartered helicopter. Getting around the small islands is easy. The most often used mode of transportation is by hired bicycle and ox wagon. For the bigger islands such as Mahe and Praslin, you may hire a car/motorbike, hop on a bus or take a taxi.
Ninh Van Bay
On the Eastern Coast of Vietnam you will find a bay of tree covered mountains joint to the beach leading into the clear blue waters of Ninh Van Bay.
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