How to experience the best of south african honeymoon
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The African honeymoon is perfect for the couple looking for solitude and pampering after many months of hectic wedding planning.

The African honeymoon is perfect for the couple looking for solitude and pampering after many months of hectic wedding planning.

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How to experience the best of south african honeymoon How to experience the best of south african honeymoon Presentation Transcript

  • The African continent has everything: pristine beaches, deep blue seas, the longest river, historic splendor, mystic traditions and untamed wilds. Plan your honeymoon to this exciting continent and enjoy the time of your life
  • Travelling through the Blue train from Pretoria to Cape Town, young couples can enjoy exotic beauty while on a honeymoon in Africa.
  • Kruger Park Safaris are pulsating and give a firsthand experience of how powerful nature is. Young couples enjoy their South Africa Honeymoon in the company of various African natives
  • The Honeymoon safaris in Africa and Golf holidays are the special attractions for young married couples merged with enchanting African safaris, various national parks with theme based packages striking with wildness
  • •Explore the famous ‘Garden Route’ •Enjoy the attractions of KwaZulu Natal •Check out mountainous terrain, flower parks, grass fields, and game reserves. Visit any of the 20 game reserves in South Africa