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Romantic South Africa Vacation: Safari and Beach

This romantic South Africa vacation is perfect for a honeymoon or just an intimate adventure for two. This trip was planned for a couple from Seattle.  They started by enjoying the romance of Cape Town where they started their getaway, enjoying the beauty of the Botanical Gardens and the monumental grace of whales as they watched them lobtailing and spyhopping from Walker Bay.  Located in the leafy Cape Town suburb of Higgovale, surrounded by Table Mountain and overlooking the city, this luxury boutique hotel houses just eight spacious suites. Sink into the total comfort of meticulously designed suites defined by a blend of luscious textures and contemporary detail. A dedicated concierge team will ensure that your visit to Cape Town is a unique one. Breakfast is served throughout the day and a seasonal menu is always on hand should you wish to dine by the pool or on your own private terrace. The city, its harbour and the surrounding mountains are all visible from each private terrace. Lush quiet gardens and an intimate pool surround the property. An urban retreat yet minutes from the city.  Then on their romantic South Africa vacation they experienced unique and personal wildlife adventures during their stay at Kruger National Park; where they joined early morning drives and explored the nature around them. Their romantic South Africa vacation ended on a note of rest and relaxation in a piece of paradise- Benguerra Island.  Situated on the second largest island in the sunny Bazaruto Archipelago off the coast of Mozambique, the lodge is set in a protected marine conservation area and offers pristine beaches and unspoiled coral reefs teeming with marine life. Looking out onto a sandy beach and set on a deep lagoon unaffected by the tides, this exclusive beach getaway is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. Surrounded by premier diving sites, the lodge is the gateway to an underwater wonderland for divers, with a rich variety of tropical fish species complemented by Africa’s only population of the rare dugong. The deep Mozambique Channel, which runs alongside the island, is renowned for its game fish and Benguerra Island offers some of the world’s best catch-and-release deep sea fishing and fly fishing opportunities.  Suggested Length:  12 Days

Starting Cost: $11,119 Per Person (Source)

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