Embark on a 10-night honeymoon journey designed for the discerning couple seeking luxury and romance in South Africa’s most stunning locales. Start your life together in the picturesque city of Cape Town, where you can stroll hand-in-hand along blue-flag beaches and take a scenic drive down the Southern Peninsula. Here, share unforgettable moments with African penguins at Boulders Beach.
From Cape Town, escape to the tranquil Grootbos Private Reserve on the Whale Coast, renowned for its awe-inspiring marine life. Continue the romantic sojourn in the culinary haven of Franschhoek. Nestled amidst rolling vineyards, this charming town is perfect for wine lovers and food enthusiasts.
The experience crescendos in the Sabi Sands Reserve within the iconic Kruger Park. Witness the Big Five in their natural habitat from your luxurious safari lodge. Finally, return to Cape Town for a last embrace of the city’s beauty before you depart.
Every destination includes a stay in curated luxury properties that complement the exquisite backdrop, offering you both the ultimate romantic getaway.
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On this 11-night escape, we’ve handpicked stays at exceptional four and five-star establishments that harmonise luxury with affordability. Each property offers an elevated experience without compromising on value.
Know that the realm of customised travel is yours to explore; if another venue piques your interest, we’re more than happy to adapt your itinerary. Our portfolio is rich with rigorously selected options. Your vision, our canvas.
Nestled where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet, and framed by the iconic Table Mountain, Cape Town is a captivating mosaic of attractions. This cosmopolitan city is enveloped by stunning white beaches, renowned wine routes, and breathtaking mountain pathways. Dive into its chic shops, stellar eateries, rich historical landmarks, and vibrant entertainment scenes, all anchored by an elegant waterfront harbour.
Notable experiences encompass the cutting-edge Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art, the panoramic views atop Table Mountain, and the unique chance to swim with penguins at Boulders Beach. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offers canopy walks amidst indigenous flora and alfresco concerts, while a visit to Robben Island reveals the cell where Nelson Mandela was confined for nearly three decades.
The Whale Coast is a captivating coastal ribbon of South Africa, threading its way along the Atlantic and taking in charming towns like Kleinmond, Hermanus, Stanford, and Gansbaai. Framed by mountains blanketed in indigenous fynbos, this scenic route features an array of landscapes including farms, rivers, caves, and valleys.
The months between June and October, particularly August through October, are a magical period when humpback and southern right whales are often visible offshore, arriving to mate and calve. The annual Whale Festival in Hermanus each September brings the area alive with live music, markets, and cultural delights. Year-round attractions extend beyond whale watching to encompass historic villages, birdwatching, wine tasting, and a gamut of outdoor activities like paragliding, river rafting, and mountain biking. A must-see is the African Penguin and Seabird Sanctuary in Gansbaai.
A little over an hour from Cape Town, nestled amid the scenic beauty of the Cape Winelands, lies Franschhoek—a heritage-rich town renowned for its gastronomic and vinicultural delights. Whether your interests lean toward nature, cuisine, or culture, Franschhoek has an abundance of experiences on offer.
The wine estates here lure connoisseurs globally, celebrated for their Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the sparkling Cap Classique, among others. Gourmet dining spots sit harmoniously beside these vineyards, framed by the breathtaking valley landscapes that have inspired artists and writers for generations.
The town’s annual literary festival each May adds a cultural layer, while Cape Dutch manor houses, intriguing museums, and quaint boutiques contribute to its year-round appeal. In the warmer months, the lush farmlands and mountains become a playground for outdoor activities like hiking and cycling.
The southern stretch of South Africa’s iconic Kruger National Park is a game-viewing haven bordered by fertile farmlands and the Crocodile River—a prime locale for spying crocodiles, frolicsome hippos, and a menagerie of thirsty animals.
Often referred to as the ‘Southern Circle,’ this region is particularly esteemed for its abundant rhinos and distinctive lion prides, each showcasing unique hunting methods and behaviours. Near the Hippo Pool, one can discover the ancient San rock art, adding a touch of historical mystique to the area. With its splendid landscapes, blanketed in native bushveld and savannah, the Southern Kruger offers unparalleled wildlife-watching experiences.
As your magical 10-night honeymoon journey across the captivating landscapes of Cape Town, Franschhoek, the Whale Coast, and the thrilling Sabi Sands Safari comes to an end, we hope you carry home memories as vivid as the South African sunset.
From exploring world-class vineyards to whale-watching adventures and unforgettable safari moments, each day has been a chapter in the beautiful story you’ve started as a married couple.
As you transfer to OR Tambo International Airport for your journey back home, may the love and joy you’ve discovered here continue to blossom.
We’re honored to have been part of this significant chapter in your lives and hope to welcome you back to Africa for your next great adventure. Safe travels!