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The Rainbow Nation Honeymoons

The Rainbow Nation Honeymoons

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Life-changing luxury holiday tours await travellers to the 'Rainbow Nation' as South Africa boasts a plethora of natural wonders and cultural heritage. From Cape Town's vibrant and multi-cultural atmosphere to the diverse landscapes of the Garden Route its easy to understand why South Africa is called a 'World in One Country'. Luxury Holiday Tours to South Africa take in all the diverse experiences this land has to offer and along with the warm welcome make it a special and enriching destination.

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Life-changing luxury holiday tours await travellers to the 'Rainbow Nation' as South Africa boasts a plethora of natural wonders and cultural heritage. From Cape Town's vibrant and multi-cultural atmosphere to the diverse landscapes of the Garden Route its easy to understand why South Africa is called a 'World in One Country'. Luxury Holiday Tours to South Africa take in all the diverse experiences this land has to offer and along with the warm welcome make it a special and enriching destination.

THE RAINBOW NATION

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Days 1-3 Cape Grace, Cape Town
You'll feel at home from the moment you set foot in The Cape Grace Hotel. Relax and explore Cape Town at your leisure as well as enjoying the spectacular scenery and fabulous flora of the Cape Peninsula during a full day private excursion.

Days 4-5 Delaire Graff Lodges and Spa, Franschhoek
Your choice of self-drive or a private transfer to the heart of the Winelands region and one of its newest and most talked about lodges. Activities abound in the region, and be sure to venture into the historic village of Franschhoek to enjoy its renowned culinary fare, but wine is the highlight and this is a superb place to simply sit back and drink in the scenery as well as the shiraz!

Days 6-7 The Plettenberg, Plettenberg Bay
Fly from Cape Town to George and self-drive part of the picturesque Garden Route to as far as the seaside beauty of Plettenberg Bay. If beach living in a stylish fashion is your thing then look no further, this is the place that the cognoscenti amongst the locals would recommend.

Days 8-10 Kwandwe Private Game Reserve, Eastern Cape
Continue your drive, hugging the glorious coastline, until you head inland to this journey's end. Set on the banks of the Great Fish River, Kwandwe is as easily accessible as any 'Big Five' reserve in the country, malaria free and with a fabulous range of accommodation in styles to suit everyone. Alternatively choose to enjoy your safari experience at Shamwari Private Game Reserve.

Day 11
Departure via Port Elizabeth Airport to your onward destination.

THE RAINBOW NATION: From £3,915 per person

Whale Watching
Majestic, magnificent and awe-inspiring are just three of the words suited to describing the Southern Right Whales that frequent Walker Bay from July to December each year. View them from land or from the ocean with excursions from Birkenhead House or Grootbos Private Nature Reserve.

Golf
The Garden Route is one of the best places in South Africa to play golf. Pezula has its own championship course but golfing enthusiasts can also take advantage of the Resort's helicopter to make a flying visit to play one of the neighbouring courses - including perhaps local hero Ernie Els's home course at Fancourt.

Self-Drive
Whether you regularly hire your own car on holiday or whether this is the first time that you've considered it, South Africa's Garden Route is ideally suited. The roads and directions are straightforward and of course the absolute beauty of hiring your own car is the flexibility to stop as often as you like if something catches your eye - and plenty will do in this region, we assure you.

Restaurants
Restaurants in and around the city of Cape Town are plentiful and you'll be is spoilt for choice. The pick of the crop are Aubergine (French style) Baia (sea food specialities), and The Brasserie (Indian food). Twenty minutes out of the city one there are even more exciting eateries worth a visit. Harbour House (sea food on the waters edge), La Colombe (French cuisine in the Constantia wine belt) and Kitmas (outstanding Asian cuisine)


The Winelands
The number of wine farms that have become lodges or hotels of the highest quality over the past decade is astonishing - until, you take a look around at the gifts nature has blessed the region with. Picture postcard scenery, quaint villages, an abundance of superb local produce with which chefs of international standing create their masterpieces on a daily basis and all, of course, can be enjoyed with a glass of wine in hand.

More than the 'Big Five'
The so called 'Big Five' of lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo can sometimes overshadow the immense variety of wildlife to be found in South Africa's fabulous game reserves. The Madikwe Reserve is another great option if you're trying to catch a glimpse of the elusive wild dog. And once you've experienced a 'Big Five' safari, an alternative such as Samara, a pristine wilderness destination in the Karoo, or conservation-minded Tswalu Kalahari in the northwest of the country, will give you a fascinating complementary perspective.

The Battles of Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift
Fascinating, moving, thought-provoking and wholly memorable - the battlefield tours and talks given by the hugely knowledgeable lecturers at Fugitives' Drift Lodge are more than mere talks. Given in the open air on the very battlefields that they describe, it would be more accurate to describe them as an experience for all of your senses. Whether you have a deep passion for history or merely a passing interest, they will live long in your memory.

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