When Annalisa and Enrico told us they love nature, culture and photography, we set out to create a honeymoon that offered unique sites and cultural experiences and plenty of photo opportunities.
Our newlyweds opened their first envelope to discover they were going to Kasane, a riverine woodland in Botswana. Right near the meeting point of four countries – Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe – Kasane is also the northern gateway to Chobe National Park and Victoria Falls. So, naturally, we surprised our couple with a day tour to Victoria Falls as well as a trip to Chobe, which is home to some of the world’s largest herds of elephants as well as antelopes and over 440 different bird species. While they were in the land of majestic wildlife, we also surprised Annalisa and Enrico with a safari through the Okavango Delta. Amid the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta is a breathtaking wetland sanctuary where you’ll find an array of animals including hippos, crocodiles, wildebeests, buffaloes, zebras, lions, antelopes and cheetahs.
Next stop was Johannesburg, the biggest city in South Africa. With a troubled past, Jo’burg, as it’s commonly known, is undergoing major change. Now a buzzy destination with a lot on offer, there was plenty for our honeymooners to see and do.
The final envelope led Annalisa and Enrico to Mozambique where they could get one last wildlife fix. In Mozambique, our honeymooners visited the town of Mossuril, embarked on a whale watching cruise and went fishing at the spectacular Coral Lodge.