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Honeymoon Safari in South Africa

Paul and Ellen contacted Move Safaris with a request for a 20 day trip through South Africa. Ellen had a special request - the main theme is to see cheetah's, her favourite animal. Both in the wild as well as visit a cheetah rehab and research centre. Ellen had seen South Africa's main attractions on a previous tour, so she wanted to see other parts of South Africa including Cape Town.

We found them! Cheetah mother and cubs at a spring buck kill. Move Safaris chose national parks and experiences that met the needs of the inquiry.

We used our ground level tourism experience and knowledge of South Africa to tailor the perfect honeymoon safari according to Ellen's requests. After all this is our passion, bespoke tailor made custom safari tours & holiday travel design. Listening to our clients inquiry, adding our experience, passion and knowledge without loosing sight of clients desires while adding appropriate suggestions.

Cheetah mother and cubs in the Kgalagadi National Park

Included in the travel experience was Soweto; Pilansberg National Park, Mountain Zebra National Park; a cheetah research centre; cheetah tracking on foot in the wild; Kgalagadi National Park; plenty game drives; remote, rustic, quaint and luxurious accommodation, Karoo towns and food and beer tastings, experiences in Cape Town and the Cape Winelands.

Spotted eagle owls were abundant

Read what Ellen and Paul have to say about their experience with Move Safaris bespoke travel design here.

This "honeymoon safari" went so well, that we are considering launching it as a standard itinerary. For those who have seen South Africa's main attractions but would love to see more, this could be the perfect trip for you! With your personal desires, it can be tailored to suit your needs. A good combination of national parks, the Karoo interior and South African farm-stay experiences. Wildlife safari, a bit of luxury, adventure and lots of fun, history, culture and of course good food and wine.

Oryx (gemsbok) in action. There was a lot of action around the waterholes. We saw eveything we needed to see.

A meerkat scanning the horizon, they were everywhere.

A brown hyena. A solitary animal, not like the spotted hyena. We were the only people around when it came over the red sand dune for a drink of water. Amazing!

The African wild cat! Yes it is a species, there are plenty in Kgalagadi. Look in the trees!

We were also treated to plenty of bird sightings. These owl chics were the cutest!

To inquire about your bespoke travel arrangements, please send us an email. Private travel, honeymoons, family trips and special experiences.

Read Paul and Ellen's feedback here

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