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Lynsey & Kenny's Honeymoon

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"We feel incredibly grateful to be celebrating our special day with you and genuinely believe that your presence is the greatest gift we could ask for. While we don't expect or desire any gifts, for those who have asked about giving something, we have organised our honeymoon To Botswana and Mauritius and would warmly welcome any contributions towards it. Your thoughtfulness and support mean the world to us as we embark on this new chapter together.

Lynsey & Kenny"

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The itinerary…

October 3rd: Touchdown in Johannesburg

Kenny and Lynsey will arrive in Johannesburg on British Airways flight from London Heathrow. Staying overnight at the InterContinental Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport hotel with breakfast included.

October 4th: Safari Splendor in the Okavango Delta

Okavango Delta

Okavango Delta

Today Kenny and Lynsey fly to Maun, Botswana. Upon arrival in Maun they will be transferred by light aircraft to the pristine wilderness of the Okavango Delta. A guide will meet them and take them by game drive to the intimate, tented Khwai safari Little Sable camp where they will spend the next three nights. All meals, drinks and activities will be included during their stay.

October 7th: Aerial Views and Underground Hideaways

Hyena Pan Twin Tent Exterior

Hyena Pan Camp

In the morning, the happy couple will take a helicopter flight to Hyena Pan where they will enjoy afternoon tea in an underground hide. Then they will go on a game drive to the Skybeds camp for sundowners, staying overnight at Skybeds with all meals, drinks and activities included.

October 9th: Retro-Chic Tropical Retreat in Mauritius

Lux Gaube Beach View

Lux Gaube Beach View

After an early breakfast, Kenny and Lynsey will check in for their South African Airways flight to Mauritius. Upon arrival, they will be transferred to the retro-chic tropical retreat Lux* Grand Gaube where they will enjoy this incredible location for the next 7 nights in a Superior Room on an all-inclusive basis.

October 16th: Farewell to Paradise



Lynsey and Kenny will check out of their Mauritius hotel and transfer to the airport for their independent British Airways flight to London Gatwick.

Location: Botswana, Africa

Price: £pp

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When to go to Botswana

Find out the best time to visit Botswana with our month by month guide.

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January is the heart of the wet season, with heavy downpours usually in the late afternoons, which is a great excuse to watch the storm from the luxury of your camp or lodge. Much of the wildlife is still there it may just take a little longer to find as its more dispersed due to the surrounding surface water. The lightning can put on quite a show making it an excellent time of year for photography! This time of year is hot, and aside from the rainshowers it's sunny. Migratory birds are breeding, and the young offspring of the plains game will be skipping about the savannahs. This is the best time to see the Zebra and Wildebeest migration as well as large flocks of flamingos down in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. Rates are lower during the wet season.



February is also one of the warmer months, and is defined by both sunshine and heavy storms, which making it another great time for photography. It's now that the Central Kalahari begins waking up, with herds of game coming to graze the lush grassland. Again the peak migration should be in the Makgadikgadi now with large herds of wildebeest and zebra in the area. Game viewing is still great in many areas of the Okavango Delta with many of the dried camps on the western side top choice.



The wet season slowly comes to an end, leaving hot, drier days. There is still some rain, but only for short periods during the afternoon. Enjoy the green scenery and the lower accommodation rates. Towards the end of March the wildlife in the Central Kalahari really begins to pick up as large numbers of plains game head in the pans and Valleys. This is a great time of year to combine the Central Kalahari and Okavango Delta.



April is a fine month to visit Botswana, as the nights become cooler and sleeping is easier. Breeding season is underway for plains game, so keep an eye out for the clashing males attempting to woo the females out on the savannahs. Along with the breeding season comes more predator activity as the young animals are easy pickings. This is peak game viewing time in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve making it an integral part of any itinerary.



With the rainy season at an end, the temperature falls, making bush excursions more pleasant. Nights can be a little chilly, so you'll probably need an extra layer if you're heading out on an evening game drive. Skies become clearer and there are fewer mosquitoes. This is one of our favourite months to travel and also marks the final month before the peak season rates kick in in most camps.



June is the middle of winter in Botswana, and is one of the best times to visit the country. Days are pleasantly warm, and nights are spent tucked up cosily in your camp or lodge. Wildlife becomes concentrated around waterholes making it easier to spot. This is a great time to visit the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe.



With warm sunny days, and cool nights, July is the perfect time to be in Botswana. Although this is the dry season, it's a great time to enjoy a traditional mokoro canoe trip as floodwaters begin to rise in the Okavango Delta, flowing down from the highlands of Angola.



The temperature begins to rise again in August, but it's still a superb time for game viewing, and the Makgadikgadi Pans are now accessible through until October. Water is now scarce in many of the parks, making game viewing easy. It's a good time to visit Savute and Linyanti.



Days in September are hot with sunny blue skies, and the nights are no longer cold. It does get quite dusty out in the bush thanks to many months without rain, and game viewing is excellent as predators and prey alike hunt to find water.



October is warmer, and safari activities take place during early mornings and late afternoons to avoid the worst of the heat. This is one of the final month before the rains come and the ground is at its driest making for exceptional game viewing. If you don’t mind hot days this is one of the peak game viewing months



November remains hot, but the rains return mid-month, bringing the plains and forests back to life. If you want to see young animals being born, and lots of predator action, this is the month to come. With rates dropping in November and the rains often falling later on in the month the first 2 weeks of November are a very popular time to travel. It also ties in nicely with great weather in Cape Town and the garden route.



The rainy season is now in full swing with often short heavy down pours int he evening, days are still mostly sunny. landscapes are lush and there is plenty of wildlife activity as the newborns flourish.


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