Honeymoon offers: safari savings

With luxurious accommodation, stunning scenery and outstanding wildlife-spotting opportunities, it’s no surprise that safaris are a popular choice for honeymoons; unfortunately, they often come with quite a hefty price tag. So I’m delighted today to bring you a few great safari offers through safari specialists Africa Odyssey, which will hopefully come in handy if you’re planning a honeymoon safari this year. The prices below are valid throughout 2011, excepting August and December, and all include international and internal flights as well as accommodation on a full-board basis unless otherwise stated. To book, contact Africa Odyssey directly.

Discover Southern Tanzania’s Secrets – Save £1,300 Per Person

This Tanzania safari consists of three nights at the Selous Safari Camp in the lesser known Selous Game Reserve, four nights at Jongomero Camp in the remote Ruaha National Park and finishing with four nights on a half-board basis at the beach retreat of Ras Nungwi on Zanzibar’s tranquil north coast. Guests are guaranteed excellent service as well as extensive activities including walking, boat and overnight camping safaris. From £4,000 per person.

Experience Alternative Kenya – Save £800 Per Person

A wonderful introduction into East Africa, guests will get a real taste of Kenya’s highlights with three nights at the holistic retreat of Loisaba, followed by four nights at Serian camp in the Greater Mara where owner, Alex Walker, is successfully challenging the pre-conception of Kenyan safaris. The final four nights is spent on southern Tanzania’s often overlooked white-sand beaches at Ras Kutani lodge. From £4,400 per person.

A Boutique Botswana Safari – Save £870 Per Person

This comprehensive safari and sightseeing itinerary includes three nights at Chitabe in the Okavango Delta, Tubu Tree overlooking Okavango’s flood plains and The Royal Livingstone situated just 1,000 yards from the famous Victoria Falls. Due to their prime locations, Chitabe and Tubu Tree offer some of the best game viewing in Botswana whether it’s by open 4×4 vehicles, nature walks or night drives. While at The Royal Livingstone, adrenaline junkies can spend their time abseiling, white water rafting, riding a micro-light or even bungee jumping. From £5,400 per person.

Photos courtesy of Africa Odyssey

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