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CComing this close to nature is a sense-tingling reminder of why we have always been inspired by the untouched wild. With world-renowned nature reserves and preservation areas in every province, there’s no shortage of places to explore.
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Game watchers visiting South Africa should have no trouble spotting kudu; the impressive spiral-horned antelopes are common in many of the country’s national parks and game reserves.
From safaris to magnificent trips through the winelands in winter, to scuba diving and hiking in summer, there’s an activity for every season when travelling in South Africa.
The Bushmans Kloof rock art site in Western Cape combines 10 000 years of San rock art in 130 locations with the modern luxury of the Bushmans Kloof Wilderness Reserve and Retreat.
North West offers honeymooners a range of contrasting experiences from Big 5 game viewing and safaris at Pilanesberg or Madikwe, to gambling at popular casino and holiday resort, Sun City.
Honeymooners in Limpopo have the choice of visiting pristine bushveld and wildlife viewing, birding in wetlands, swimming in healing waters, or taking a trip to our ancient past.
A honeymoon in the Free State can include majestic mountains, national parks, a world heritage site, dams, hot-air ballooning and rock climbing.
South Africa has an abundance of excellent nature reserves, game parks or private game reserves all equally suitable for honeymoons with both coastal and inland options available.
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.
KwaZulu-Natal offers a diversity of wedding venues from beachfront, countryside and bushveld to trendy city venues and include hotels and lodges in magnificent national parks and game reserves.
There are a wide range of wedding destinations in the Eastern Cape including beaches, ocean views, historic locations, Karoo farms, nature reserves, indigenous gardens, award-winning lodges, urban settings.