Embark on a 15-night journey, where each day unfolds like a well-crafted poem. Your story begins in Cape Town, where Table Mountain stands sentinel over cobblestoned history. The Southern Peninsula reveals Boulders Beach’s penguin enclaves and picturesque coastlines. Journey to Hermanus next, where the air fills with the songs of migrating whales—nature’s serenade at its finest.
Transition to the rolling vineyards of Franschhoek, where culinary art meets world-class viticulture. Here, the wine estates serve as backdrops to intimate moments. Your next chapter takes you to Thornybush Game Reserve. Witness the majesty of the Big Five while ensconced in a luxurious safari lodge.
Finally, Mahe Island—a sanctuary of white sands and cerulean waters. Each location offers an unparalleled experience, amplified by luxury accommodations that seamlessly blend elegance and comfort. A carefully curated tapestry of unforgettable moments awaits you.
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Over the course of your 15-night honeymoon, you’ll be welcomed into a curated selection of five-star stays, each embodying a nuanced blend of discreet opulence and pragmatic luxury. Every location offers an experience that is both sumptuous and discerning.
Should another locale capture your imagination, know that our extensive portfolio offers an abundance of finely curated choices. Your journey remains ever-flexible, ready to be sculpted in accordance with your individual desires. Your aspiration, our template.
Nestled between the confluence of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans and the iconic backdrop of Table Mountain, Cape Town unfolds as a city of varied attractions. Its white-sand beaches are as inviting as its globally lauded wine routes and breathtaking mountain pathways. The city is a vibrant tapestry of upscale boutiques, gastronomic delights, heritage landmarks, and a plethora of entertainment spots anchored by a stylish waterfront harbour.
Notable highlights to explore include the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art; vistas from Table Mountain that never cease to amaze; and Boulders Beach, where you might find penguins frolicking beside you in the balmy Indian Ocean. The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offer a treetop walk amidst indigenous flora or perhaps an alfresco concert at mountain’s base, while Robben Island provides a poignant visit to Nelson Mandela’s 27-year confinement.
Just 140 kilometres from Cape Town and perched along the inviting Walker Bay, Hermanus has transformed from a modest beachside haven to the world’s premier whale-watching locale. Beyond these oceanic titans, the town boasts immaculate beaches and a varied culinary landscape, offering both bustling and serene experiences. For those interested in the local history, the Old Harbour Museum combines an atmospheric fisherman’s village with the Whale House Museum.
If you’re looking to engage with the natural world, the nearby Fernkloof Nature Reserve offers hiking trails, while the distinguished Hermanus Wine Route serves as a testament to the area’s winemaking prowess.
A mere hour’s drive from Cape Town transports you to Franschhoek, a heritage-rich town set amid the evocative landscapes of the Cape Winelands. Here, visitors find a triad of indulgences—nature, cuisine, and culture—each capable of filling an itinerary on its own.
The area’s vineyards draw oenophiles worldwide, lured by varietals like Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and the local sparkling Cap Classique. Adding to the allure are five-star restaurants with vistas as exquisite as their menus, a setting that has inspired artists and writers for generations.
Around May, the town hosts an exceptional literary festival, offering a cultural layer to its scenic backdrop of Cape Dutch manors, intriguing museums, and quaint boutiques. Come summer, the verdant farmlands and mountainous terrain become a playground for hiking, cycling, and open-air explorations.
A scenic five-hour journey from Johannesburg leads you to the captivating Thornybush Game Reserve, situated near Mozambique in the picturesque Limpopo Province. Spanning more than 12,000 hectares, this sanctuary showcases a diverse tapestry of open savannah, woodlands, and shrublands.
Here, Africa’s iconic Big Five—lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo—roam freely, joined by other residents such as giraffes, zebras, and the elusive Pangolin. For bird enthusiasts, the reserve serves as a haven for over 500 avian species, with specialized walks and drives devoted to bird-watching.
Your time here is enhanced by guided safaris—available both day and night—luxurious spa experiences, and the delightful nuances of local cuisine, all set against a backdrop that is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Mahe is the largest of the Seychelles islands and encompasses the country’s international airport as well as its capital, the surprisingly quiet and peaceful town of Victoria, home to roughly a third of the national population, as well as many good restaurants and entertainment venues.
Mahe has a mountainous interior characterised by dense tropical forests and stony outcrops, while its coast is blessed with some 75-odd beautiful beaches. The best known of these is the idyllic, white-sand Beau Vallon, fringed by deep bays that offer excellent swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.