Botswana, Land of Nature Lovers and Safaris

An imminent takeoff for Botswana, the pearl of Africa where nature is open to lovers curious to discover its treasures!

Tranquility and extraordinary natural beauty, these are two of the main attractions of this African country. Honeymoon destinations in Botswana combines adventure and relaxation; in a country that is divided into nine districts with landscapes all worth visiting and enjoying. Take note!

When visiting the North of Botswana, you can enjoy lovely walks through the Okavango Delta, photograph the incredible fauna of the area, contemplate the beauty of the cave paintings of the Tsodilo caves in Gcwihaba or simply enjoy bird watching or spectacular sunsets. The Kgalagadi Park is one of the second largest reserves in the world, an area of ​​wildlife conservation and biodiversity in which to enjoy an unforgettable driverless safari, to be an exceptional witness to the migration of the Makgadikgadi zebras and until observing the exceptional black-haired lion.

Honeymoon destinations in Botswana

What to see?

The Chobe National Park in north-west Botswana, a succession of contrasting landscapes: from marshes to lakes, from shoals to streams, from expanses of trees to savannahs. The protagonists are animals: warthogs, kudu, impala, zebras, wildebeest, elephants, lions, hyenas, cheetahs.

 

The Okavango Delta is one of a kind: a combination of desert and delta. Five main arms with a tangle of waterways, lakes, islands, and woodland, form what is called the “largest natural paradise in the world”. The waterways are the ideal habitat for a large number of plants and animals, which can be observed up close in a trip with the mokoro.

On the banks of the Okavango river, the Moremi reserve extends for three thousand kilometers. Flood plains, a blaze of vegetation, a nest for an incredible number of birds. If you are looking for strong emotions, you can sleep in a tent in reserve, accompanied by rangers.

The Gaborone Game Reserve, a nature reserve within which it is possible to observe various animal species: from antelopes to rhinos, from zebras to felines.

The south-central part of Botswana is occupied by the famous Kalahari Desert, consisting of an alternation of sandy expanses, grasslands and salty rocks, called “pans”. The last tribes of the Bushmen reside in the Central Kalahari Reserve.

KgalagadiTransfrontier Park, a protected natural area on the border between Botswana and South Africa, recently established (1999). It was born from the union of the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in the territory of South Africa (created in 1931) and the Gemsbok National Park (created in 1938) in the territory of Botswana.

luxury destinations in Botswana

A safari in Botswana is one of the best choices to enjoy the pleasure of luxury destinations in Botswana, in a setting so majestic that it’s like being in the cradle of humanity. An exceptional wildlife lives in the Okavango Delta, our tailor-made safari in Botswana will allow you to observe these already legendary animals and live them with passion.

Lovers of Africa will find all the magic of the continent by staying in the most luxurious camps of Botswana, offered by Wilderness, our privileged partner, with which we open the doors of the most beautiful safaris in the world. Discover wild Africa, the Big Five and unforgettable scenery with the safari in Botswana.

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The Hidden Gems of Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the top luxury destination in Asia with hordes of tourist attraction. If we’re to create  a rundown of some of the most popular tourist destinations, it has to be Hanoi, Sapa, the former imperial capital of Hué, the World Heritage Sites of Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Hội An and Mỹ Sơn, coastal regions such as Nha Trang, the caves of Hạ Long Bay and the Marble Mountains. But like many countries, Vietnam also has some of the less explored and overlooked destinations which are worthy of a visit. Let’s take a look:

  1. Sapa -Sapa is one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam. The village is a vibrant reflection of the signature French architecture and colorful hill tribal cultures. As a matter of fact, you are left spellbound with its stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Indochina peak, the Fansipan. It is more of around the year destinations wherein the travelers get a warm reception and encouraged to enjoy the best of Sapa all the year round with different taste of seasons and exciting outdoors.
  2. Dalat- Situated up in the southern highlands, so the temperature is great. Such is the enormity that it is called the Niagara Falls of Vietnam—no wonder people want to spend their honeymoon here. There’s plenty on offer at Dalat such as romantic carriage ride through the Valley of Love, and Dalat is also the number one producer of flowers in Vietnam, and this is more than a romantic reason to give your love a rose every day at your Honeymoon Travel.

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  1. Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park– This nature reserve is recognized by UNESCO and is the location of Son Dong, the largest cave in the world as well as another 300 caves and grottos. Within Son Dong, there is a 13 meter long stretch of Underground River and beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations. But that is not all. You also have many more significant and beautiful caves in the park which include Tien Son Cave, Thien Duong Cave and the Von cave system. This beauty of caves can be largely attributed to the unusual and beautiful rock formations in a 2000km square limestone zone. The local flora makes for the most pristine environment in the midst of the tropical vegetation and evergreen forests.
  2. Mekong Delta – It is also known as the “Rice bowl of Vietnam” is a land of enchanting floating markets, lush green rice fields, bird sanctuaries, fascinating villages and endless fruit gardens. To explore this part of the Ho Chi Minh City, it requires a couple of days to get to know more about Vietnam’s most fertile place. The delta also stores the powerhouse of abundant fruit, vegetables and river fish of all kinds. There is an endless list of treats to sample the local taste, but do your best to try the fish hotpot, grilled snails in black pepper sauce and the famous Ben Tre coconut. You are certain to get wowed and bowled by the warm and sincere hospitality Mekong people. To top it all, you have the cruising through the delta at dusk, dining with grilled fish and enjoying a refreshing beverage while watching the sunset.

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6 Questions To Ask Yourself When Choosing Your Honeymoon!

in their image and are looking to think outside the box.

Here are six questions to ask you to determine the honeymoon of your dreams! It is by associating your various desires that you will arrive to find the dream destination and the activities/accommodations that you wish.

  1. ADVENTURE OR IDLENESS: WHAT “STYLE” OF HONEYMOON?

First of all, it is important to determine the “style” you want for your Honeymoon destinations. While some couples will be enjoying a caribou-style pancake in Canada (but no, it’s not cliché!), others will prefer to photograph zebras and hyenas on safari.

Here is a list of topics, you choose the one (s) that suits you (the) best, you will already have more definite ideas:

  • Lazing and fine sand
  • Adventure
  • Nature and little birds
  • Culture and museums
  • Urban discovery
  • Local architecture
  1. WHICH REGION FOR YOUR HONEYMOON?

Once you have chosen your “style of travel,” it is essential to think about the region to which you wish to fly. Here are some things to think about:

  • The climate: cold, temperate, arid, and exotic? And of course, the weather on site: it would be a shame to travel during the monsoon period for example!
  • The language used: Some travelers prefer to go to countries where they master the language to facilitate exchanges with the locals.
  • How many hours of flight are you willing to do?
  • Does the cost of local living correspond to your budget?

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Honeymoon Without Stress – So Succeed in a Wonderful Honeymoon!

Romantic should be the honeymoon, relaxed and very special. A vacation to which one remembers gladly for a lifetime. So that your holiday dream becomes as you imagine, you should start planning early enough.

Tips for travel planning and preparation

Start early to plan

The earlier you start planning your honeymoon travel destination, the better. The rule of thumb is: If you start planning around half a year before the wedding, you can be sure to have a suitable selection of hotels and flights. Nothing can go wrong with the dream trip.

Where should it go?

Choose a destination that you both like and fits you as a couple. This can be a city break, a sports holiday or indeed the romantic, lonely sea island. The main thing, you agree.

When do you want to travel?

You do not have to start directly after the wedding on vacation. Often it is also nice to travel a few weeks later, when the first excitement has subsided, and perhaps even a few bureaucratic things are regulated. Anyone who likes it quietly is well advised in some destinations, not to start in the high season anyway. During off-season and mid-season, hotels are less crowded, local people are often more relaxed – and moreover, Continue reading

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Top Virtuous Countries to Visit Post Marriage – Best Honeymoon Destinations

Honeymoon is something which every couple dreams of going to a place where the feelings meet. So, if you are planning for your best places to travel honeymoon, then this is the right choice.

Travel by Honeymoon

Since, you have decided to go on a romantic places for your honeymoon then, you are open to multitude of choices and apiece is better than the other in fact each one is superior.

So Welgrow Group is presenting you with the list of luxury honeymoon destinations, a must visit after your marriage at least one amongst. It is the time to make memories with your beloved which you will cherish forever. Select any one that fascinates the most. Continue reading

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