Perfect for the couple craving the best of Africa, Beachcomber’s Bush & Beach holiday package has us swooning.
Picture this – you’re planning your honeymoon (or just booking some romantic R and R). Africa is on the cards. You’re after the quintessential African experience – a safari, where wildlife lumbers past and the savannah stretches as far as the eye can see. Your partner, on the other hand, wants to soak up some sun and salt water, letting all the worries of reality just drift away on the African winds.
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What’s a couple to do?
Luxury holiday specialist, Beachcomber, has fixed the problem for you with their best of both worlds solution – combining an African safari adventure with the laid-back beauty of Mauritian beaches with their 13 night Bush & Beach adventure. Spend five nights in South Africa, with three nights at the luxurious Makalali Private Game Lodge bordering Kruger National Park. At Makalali, it’s pure Africa – and pure indulgence. Meaning ‘place of rest’, it echoes traditional African design and charm, from the thatched spires and earthen walls to the Pan African cuisine. Couples will stay in the exclusive camps, each boasting six rooms, an en-suite bathroom, outdoor shower, plunge pool, viewing deck, dining area and boma. Tandane Camp has our vote – it means ‘place of love’ and looks utterly ethereal at night with flame torches all around. You’ll also spend time at the Peermont Metcourt Suites at Emperors Palace – divine, don’t you think?
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In Mauritius, you’ll be calling Le Mauricia Hotel your new home – and wishing it were forever. Only a two minute walk to Grand Baie Village, the resort’s apartment-style accommodation is suitable for all couples. Relax in style in your private suite, including a private plunge pool, four poster bed, and an outdoor shower. And be sure to take advantage of your beachside locale – Le Mauricia hosts one of the island’s best dive centres, and is close to numerous dive sites. It’s definitely an escape to cherish. For more details, visit Beachcomber.