Honeymoon in South Africa
Cosmopolitan cities, wineries, beautiful beach towns and seeing the Big 5 on safari – a honeymoon in South Africa has all this and a whole lot more. Let’s explore the Rainbow Nation….
A perennial favourite for couples that packs so much into one region of the Great Continent. Hugged by two oceans, it a honeymoon in South Africa offers the most diverse experiences in the world.
Whether it’s atop a land rover looking for the Big 5, on a boat spotting whales, saying hello to a penguin up close, sipping a glass of local wine in a vineyard, traversing through the country in old-time luxury on the Blue Train or horse riding along windswept beaches, doing the world’s biggest bungee or exploring the history, sights, sounds & tastes of cosmopolitan Cape Town and fascinating Johannesburg, this exciting and majestic country with the friendliest of faces has it all.
Most first-timers will head for the Garden Route that stretches from Cape Town to the Eastern Cape, which has a multitude of game reserves. In between, find beautiful wine regions, windswept coastline, delicious dining and an endless array of activities. Discover the ever-evolving, Johannesburg and Kruger National Park – one of the best safari destinations in Africa.
South Africa is a year-round destination, with varying regional climates. Cape Town & The Garden Route experience optimum weather during the South African summer from October to April. During the South African winter, June to August you can expect cooler temperatures with some rain, this is also the best time to visit Kruger.
Is South Africa good for a honeymoon? Yes, it’s one of the most diverse honeymoon destinations in the world.
How long do you need for a honeymoon in South Africa? We recommend at least 10 – 28 nights
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