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About Africa Honeymoon Tour Packages
Picking the perfect honeymoon destination can get even more challenging than the actual wedding. We know our customers and their wants. At Flamingo Transworld, we can help you with your dream honeymoon in a dream destination - South Africa.

Opt for a beach safari honeymoon in Africa, where the sandy beaches and swaying palm trees that draw couples all around the world. Enjoy the feel of pure romance and utter relaxation, warm weather throughout the year and adrenaline-fuelled adventures for the young at heart. South Africa is renowned for its stunning waterfalls, dense rain forests, hiking trails and rare wildlife. Not only is the place renowned for its natural beauty and a variety of exquisite landscapes, but the activities are endless. This place is perfect for everyone from adventure seekers to active travelers to those wanting to enjoy the finer things in life.

Flamingo Transworld provides a wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, and some truly world-class activities for couples to enjoy. Whether you are a serious underline junkie or self-professed beach-bum, Africa delivers on all fronts. All the places that you will visit in our South Africa Honeymoon tour package are vetted by veteran travelers to ensure you have the most memorable time of your lifetime. Check out the hotels and flights on Flamingo’s hotel portal that offers you a wide range of options to choose from. Africa makes for the perfect destination filled with lazy days on the beach, swimming in the pristine waters, thrilling drives, bustling city life and expansive vineyard trips all at an affordable cost.

Check out South Africa Packages from different Indian destinations: South Africa tour packages from Ahmedabad, South Africa tour packages from Mumbai, South Africa tour packages from Delhi. Flamingo Transworld also offers a range of themed/specialty packages to South Africa like Honeymoon tours to South Africa.

Popular South Africa Honeymoon Packages

South Africa Honeymoon Tour Packages



Super Saver South Africa Honeymoon Special

7 Nights / 8 Days

Rs. 1,09,000 Onwards

South Africa with Luxury of Kruger

10 Nights / 11 Days

Rs. 1,19,350 Onwards

Discover South Africa Self Drive

9 Nights / 10 Days

Rs. 1,49,000 Onwards

How to Reach Africa
Traveling to Africa by flight
The easiest way to reach South Africa is by flight. South Africa has great connectivity to the European countries, with flights running regularly. Carriers such as South African airways and Spice Jet offer direct flights from Mumbai. Connecting flights normally have a stopover at places like Dubai or Nairobi. The OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and Cape Town International Airport are two prime airports in the county. It takes approximately 13 hrs and 45 minutes to reach OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg from Indira Gandhi International Airport. Ethiopian Airlines is a carrier that flies to all the major countries in Southern Africa from India, and it takes only 10 mins more from Delhi to Johannesburg with a stopover at Addis Ababa.

Traveling To Africa By Road
South Africa has decent tracery roadways that connect its mainland to neighboring African countries. Some of the countries that have tourists ply to South Africa by road include Lesotho, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. Visitors can hire a taxi or a cab to enter the South African borders area of these countries. An international bus transport system also exists for visitors coming in and going out of South Africa. This is a low budget option for travelers from the neighboring countries but time-consuming as well.

Traveling To Africa By Sea
Visitors can also take up sea routes to enter the shores of Africa. Princess Cruise is one of the prime cruise operators of South Africa, offering sea rides to Cape Town. St Helena is another point in South Africa that has cruises stopping by at its shore. But, tourists traveling from India don’t have this option. They will have to first make their way to the UK or Spain to take cruise boats.

Places to visit in Africa
The Rainbow Nation always surprises travelers with stunning places to explore. Here is a list of places to visit in South Africa one should not miss out on.

Addo Elephant National Park
Addo Elephant National Park is the third-largest national park in South Africa. As the name suggests, the park is the home to a large population of African elephants. But seeing these giant animals up close and personal may not be the only reason you’ll be interested in checking out this park. Did you know that Addo Elephant National Park is the only park in the world where you can see the big seven? In addition to the big five, the big seven also includes southern right whale and the great white shark. This is because the Addo elephant national park extends to the coast near Port Elizabeth and off the coast Algoa Bay, where you can spot these two amazing creatures.

Tsitsikamma National Park
Tsitsikamma National Park is one of those destinations which have a variety of attractions like coastal scenery, reefs, rivers, and lush green forests. It is famous for water sports and hiking. It is one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline on the planet. Things that one must visit in Tsitsikamma National Park are the Big tree which is a 600-800 year-old tree rising to a height of 36.6 km and the Bloukrans bridge which is the highest bridge for Bungee Jumping.

Ostrich Farm Tour
If you are visiting South Africa, this is a must-do activity. This is the only tractor safari that takes travellers through an ostrich farm in South Africa. Meet the species that has been on this planet since the age of dinosaurs. Have some fun and learn something new. Safari guides will explain the natural breeding cycle of ostriches giving you a chance to sit next to these giant birds making for some truly awesome photographs.

Lion Park
Lion Park is the home to more than 85 lions and other carnivores like cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs. Lion Park is also the home to rare white lions, so make sure you bring your camera along for some truly breathtaking shots. If you’re lucky, you can catch a glimpse of baby lions. And if you are not frightened by tall animals with long necks, you can also feed the giraffes and ostriches. Even if you have seen lions in the wild before, the encounter with the cute cubs makes the place extra special.

Table Mountain
Table Mountain is the most iconic landmark in South Africa. This place is the country’s most attractive and photographed place but other than this, this place is also the place to find your inner peace in the middle of the chaos of the world. There are approximately 2200 species of plants and 1470 floral species found on this astonishing site. The view from the peak of the mountain, a mesmerizing and thrilling experience.

Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden
Kirstenbosch Botanical garden is home to approximately 7000 different plant species and it is also a part of the Cape Floral Kingdom - a UNESCO world heritage site. South Africa is known for its natural beauty, and there’s no better place to showcase its indigenous natural beauty than at Kirstenbosch Botanical garden. Take a break from your city explorations and experience the diversity of nature here.

Johannesburg City Tour
Johannesburg is bursting with rich cultural heritage. It is also called the city of gold as it is the financial and industrial metropolis of South Africa that has a rich of gold mining. Bop your head to jazz at The Marabi Club, stomp your feet to indie bands at The Good Luck Bar or take in cutting-edge drama at the Market Theater. Johannesburg is the home to the some of the world’s largest urban man-made forests. When it comes to shopping, Johannesburg has it all; including the Sandton City Mall that’s home to some of the best luxury brands.

Things To Do In Africa
South Africa is known as the adventure capital of the world. Don’t miss out on some really exciting things to do in South Africa.

Smash Some Plates At Greek Night At Mykonos Taverna
The real fun starts after you finish enjoying the delicious Greek salad, Greek pastries and seasonal fruits. Just after the main course, the lights dim and the music turns loud when you can dance to traditional and modern tracks after which can take the plates and smash them on the floor in true Greek tradition.

Hop Aboard The Franschhoek Wine Tram

It is the best way to discover the true essence of the Franschhoek Valley. This place has a 300-year-old history, picture-perfect views, breathtaking scenery, fine wines, world-class cuisine. This tour takes the passengers right into the heart of the valley, with a narrative focusing on the history of the Franschhoek and wine cultivation in the valley and unparalleled views of the valley and vineyard.

Go Kayaking In The Heart Of Cape Town
Kayaking is becoming one of the top fun and adventurous activities in Cape Town. Kayaking here will take you through an unforgettable scenic excursion. In this tour, you will explore one of the Cape Town’s most iconic shorelines. You can look forward to seeing the seal sanctuary, marine life like seals, penguins, dolphins, whales, sunfish, etc and Chapman’s peak from the shores.

Admire The Penguins At Boulders Beach

Boulders beach’s ivory sands and deceptively blue waters set a tropical scene that belies the cape’s frigid outlook. It is only when you are near, you realize how unique and marvelous this beach is. The air is filled with the faint scent of bird guano and a chattering that carries in the breeze which mimics several gossiping women. These are the telltale signs of Africa’s largest land-based penguin colony. This place allows visitors to come within a few feet of these charismatic birds. Boulders Beach is one of the few places in the world that let you swim with the wild penguins and meet them face to face.

White Shark Tank Diving
This is the most epic experience one could ever have in the water. Here you will encounter one of the most formidable beasts as you face down a great white shark. With expert supervision and within the secure confines of a cage, safely swim just with these intimidating predators without harming yourself.

Snorkel With Seals
Seal snorkeling in Cape Town is an ultimate eco-friendly, all-natural wildlife experience to do during your South African holidays. Dive into the cool Atlantic Ocean and snorkel with hundreds of playful Cape fur seals. You can explore them in their natural habitat. No cages, no boundaries - just you and the seals in the open ocean.

Best Time to Visit Africa
South Africa is one of those places that can be explored during any part of the year as it is very diverse and weather varies from region to region. The best time to visit South Africa depends upon wildlife. One should visit Africa between May to September. This is the dry season and animals will be found outside their shelter near the water bodies. From May to September, it is less cold and the view of the wildlife is excellent.

From October till May, these are the wet months. After the first rains, the scenery turns green and looks very fresh but also dense. It is the best time for bird watching because of the presence of the migratory birds. Rains are mostly short with afternoon showers which will not hamper your trip.