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A honeymoon in the Free State can include majestic mountains, national parks, a world heritage site, dams, hot-air ballooning and rock climbing.
A honeymoon in South Africa has something for everyone: from spectacular scenery and unparalleled tranquillity in the nature reserves to adventure tourist activities and bustling, vibrant cities.
South Africa is the perfect place for a wedding in the countryside and each province has its own unique offerings from parks, gardens and farms to historic buildings and landmarks.
A road trip from Smithfield to Philippolis offers visitors South African War history, friendly small towns, the Gariep Dam, ancient rock art and access to tigers.
South Africa’s grassland wildflowers, especially around the Drakensberg, put on a floral show to rival Namaqualand in spring, or Western Cape’s fynbos – and even better, it lasts through summer.
Franklin Game Reserve lies completely within the city of Bloemfontein in Free State province – a haven of natural beauty and wildlife in the heart of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality.
Ficksburg in Free State province is famed as South Africa’s cherry mecca – but the town offers many other experiences for visitors, from chocolates and asparagus to boat tours and beautiful buildings.
Maria Moroka Game Reserve near the Free State town of Thaba Nchu (and its black mountain namesake revered by the Sotho) offers mountains, grassland wildlife and hotel comforts on the road to Lesotho.
The Maluti Cave Route Trail through the Drakensberg in eastern Free State near Lesotho offers trails of 2 to 4 days, breath-taking views and stops at caves containing original San rock art.
Clarens in Free State province near the mountains of Lesotho is a haven for South African artists, and also a centre for adventure activities like white-water rafting and scenic mountain hikes.