On arrival at Cape Town International Airport, visitors will be met and shuttle transferred to the hotel. Cape Town, as the seat of Parliament, is the legislative capital South Africa is referred to as the ‘Mother City’. Cape Town is not only a popular international tourist destination in South Africa, but Africa as a whole. After cooling down from any possibly jet leg a sun champagne cruise follows with a toast the setting sun from the deck of a luxury vessel with a complimentary glass of local sparkling wine in Table bay. The cruise presents stunning sunsets at sea, with the Table Mountain looming over the city of Cape Town as a backdrop. The cruise also presents unmatched views of Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated for a better part of his 27-year sentence. On completion of the cruise, guests are escorted back to their hotel.
Overnight: Cape Grace
Your Cape Town morning tour is dedicated to a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain . The central attribute of the mountain is a level plateau of 3km, adjoined to the east by Devil’s Peak and to the west by Lion’s Head. Table Mountain is a great flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town. The cable car ride, which takes about 5 minutes, presents extraordinary viewpoints of Cape Town. On making it to the summit, you may dedicate some time to pay a visit the various vantage points, from which amazing views of the Cape Peninsula may be enjoyed.
The expedition heads for the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens from Table Mountain. The gardens overlay is of an area of 528 hectares, of which is of 36 hectares of cultivated garden. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lives up to its reputation as the most beautiful garden in Africa and one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain. Visitors return to the hotel after Kirstenbosch tour.
Overnight: Cape Grace
The tour makes its way to Paarl on the N1. The N1 national road stretches from Cape Town to the Beit Bridge border post, on the Limpopo River between South Africa and Zimbabwe. The highway forms the first section of the famous “Cape to Cairo” road. A stopover is through to one of the remarkable wineries in this dazzling valley. At this point the wine production process is detailed and visitors may also test some of the wines manufactured here. The wine tour consists an account of the aging process in the course manufacture of these wines.
The tour then proceeds to the town of Franschhoek, the town was founded by the first French settlers in South Africa. The town is located in the midst of mountains and encircled by wineries where some of South Africa’s best wines are manufactured. We pay a short visit to one of the wineries in the Franschhoek Valley, before heading on to Stellenbosch via the magnificent Helshoogte Pass. Stellenbosch, is the second oldest town in South Africa and is considered the heart of the South African wine industry. A stopover to one of the celebrated wineries in the Stellenbosch region and a return journey back to Cape Town on completion.
Overnight: Cape Grace
The stunning Chapman’s Peak Drive, trod into the 650m high Chapman’s Peak takes the excursion over the town of Noordhoek to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. A botanical and scenic enjoyment, the reserve houses many antelope species and this coupled with boundless diversity of birds and flowering plants. The absorbing experience is guaranteed to be the stroll to the edge of Cape Point, the utmost southwestern tip of Africa’s continent. This Cape, has had pivotal role in the stories and myths of the ocean, was and continues to be an significant landmark.
The excursion heads off to False Bay on the way back to Cape Town and includes a visit to Boulders Beach, an appealing sheltered haven which consists of a tumble of huge round rocks on a sandy shore. The boulders are perfect vantage viewpoints for watching the colony of mainland-based African penguins from.
Overnight: Cape Grace
Visitors are transferred to Cape Town International for a flight to George, where they are met and transferred to the Plettenberg Park Hotel. The hotel is situated in a private nature reserve, nestling on a cliffs edge, offering guests dramatically sweeping views of the Indian Ocean. Here accent is on uniqueness, time honoured values, excellent personal service and superb cuisine. It is a perfect location for today’s discerning traveller who seeks something both benefiting and inspiring to one’s inner well being. Visitors may spend the day soothing on the hotel’s very own sun-drenched slice of beach, or snorkelling in an ocean rich in marine life, scuba diving, water-skiing, Hobie Cat sailing and deep-sea fishing, or otherwise spending a lazy day poolside. Boat trips can be arranged to view the seals, dolphins, sharks, penguins, sea-birds and whales. Plettenberg Park promises a unforgettable stay. Boasting some of South Africa’s most spectacular surroundings from the indigenous vegetation, small game, unrivaled coastline to the Tsitsikamma forest and majestic Outeniqua Mountains. Visitors spend three nights at the Plettenberg Park Hotel.
Overnight: Plettenberg Park
Honeymooners are picked up after breakfast and transferred to George Airport for a flight to Johannesburg and from there they will take another connecting flight to the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. The reserve is christened after two primary rivers which flow over it – the Sabie and the Sand – and the area has an overlay of around 65 000 hectares of immaculate African wilderness. The reserve forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park and is home to most of South Africa’s supreme safari lodges. As the lodge is close to the river, you are ensured of exceptional game viewing, even from the comfort of your own luxury room. The reserve is part of the Greater Kruger National Park and houses several of South Africa’s finest game lodges. Two 4×4 game drives and a bush walk are performed daily.
Overnight: Lion Sands River Lodge
Meals: Full Board
A final morning game drive and breakfast are followed by an expedition through Mpumalanga’s Panorama Route. Honeymooners stop over at God’s Window with its far-reaching views of the Lowveld region and the triplet peaks of the Three Rondavels, both located alongside the escarpment of the world’s third largest canyon. The Blyde River Canyon is an Eden of gorgeous vegetation and beautifully formed rockery.
We will then travel along the highest paved road in South Africa. From the crest of Mount Anderson one can look down 1 000 meters onto South Africa’s largest man-made forest. Guests will then drive through Long Tom Pass at 2 149 meters above sea-level. The pass is named after an old cannon used in the Anglo Boer War, often referred to as Long Tom. Guests will continue along the Panorama Route through Lydenburg to Dullstroom, where the honeymooners will enjoy an overnight stay at Walkersons Country Estate.
Here the honeymoon couple celebrate in the warm hospitality and fine experiences this boutique hotel has to offer. The en suite rooms are both romantic and polished, with a lake view, fireplace and private patio. Dining is a celebration of the senses where the honeymooners are taken on a culinary journey through a variety of courses and sorbets in the fireside intimacy of the dining room. Guests spend one night at Walkersons on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Breakfast is followed by a transfer to O R Tambo and from there a flight to Livingstone. Guests will be met on arrival at Livingstone Airport and transferred to their hotel, located on the banks of the Zambezi River.
The Royal Livingstone boasts an alluring proximity to the foamy crest of the Victoria Falls, offering spellbinding views of the falls’ rainbow-spun mists pirouetting above the drop. Mealtimes are known as much for their delectable flavors as for their spectacular settings. Breakfast and lunch are typically al fresco affairs under the shady loom of indigenous trees or with views over the river. Dinner is an altogether regal business, whether enjoyed under the softly-lit glow of chandeliers or the silvery sparkle of the African night sky.
Your three nights at the hotel will include a visit to the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, with its impeccably posted viewpoints of the falls. Wildlife such as baboon and various antelope species may sporadically be seen throughout your adventure of the park. A stop at the African curio market just outside the park may prove a prolific encounter for souvenir seekers.
Overnight: Royal Livingstone
After three nights of colonial luxury, the honeymoon couple will, after enjoying a last breakfast at the Royal Livingstone, be transferred to the Chobe National Park in Botswana. Guests will enjoy a stay at Chobe Chilwero, a charming place with breath-taking vistas over the Chobe River as a backdrop.
In Chobe guests will experience the astonishing creatures of this African wilderness and some of the most remarkable sunsets mother nature has to offer. Three nights are spent at Chobe Chilwero Lodge. Guests will enjoy two safari activities each day. These safaris will switch between open 4×4 game drives in the national park and water-based game viewing from the Chobe River. The safaris are led by experienced local rangers and trackers.
Overnight: Chobe Chilwero
Meals: Full Board
A last morning game activity and breakfast are followed by a transfer to Livingstone and from there a flight to Johannesburg. Honeymooners are met at the airport and assisted with check-in to their international flight after a unforgettable 18 Day Supreme African Honeymoon.
An extravagance safari that delves into three key Botswana safari areas – Chobe National Park, the Savute Channel and the Okavango Delta. Before you proceed to Chobe, you will revel in a brief stopover to the Victoria Falls for an assured exciting experience.
Live the upper-crust of Botswana’s safari areas and lodges of this nine-day festivity of wilderness and wildlife. You will kick-off in the elephant-rich Chobe National Park and proceed on to the distinctive Linyanti safari area and conclude off on the astonishing water carnival of the Okavango Delta.
Experience four nights and five days in one of the most elite five-star lodges in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. This region possess end to end unparalleled game viewing, you’ll enjoy the extravagant throes of palatial villa that have a view over the perpetual Sabie River – all-inclusive with private plunge pool and personal butler.
It is an ideal Botswana safari for those who have limited time and wish to experience the magic of the Okavango Delta. This luxurious safaris are performed on a modified 4×4 vehicle, traditional mokoro canoe and on foot in the company of a proficient ranger.
65 Casa Bella, 247 Sullivan Street, Centurion, Pretoria,South Africa, 0157
Mon – Fri 08.00 – 17.00
Sat – Sun 08h00 – 13h00