Cape Town Honeymoon Packages

Honeymoon in Cape Town: rated 4.1/5 (based on 233 reviews) | Packages starting from 35,000/-

Cape Town situated on the southwest tip of South Africa is one of the most scenic holiday destinations in South Africa. Cape Town honeymoon packages help the newlyweds to enjoy a variety of attractions that this gorgeous city has in store.

 

The coastal city experiences warm and dry weather conditions from October to April which makes it one of the favourite honeymoon destinations in the world during that period. However, mid-January to mid-April is the best time to plan a Cape Town beach honeymoon. It is the time when the wind slows down and the temperature usually remains close to 20 degree Celsius.

 

These Cape Town honeymoon packages help the newlyweds to explore the Mother City and enjoy their trip to the fullest. By presenting a comprehensive Cape Town honeymoon itinerary that explains the honeymooners about their everyday honeymoon routine, these packages make sure that the trip is well-planned and organized.

One of the most famous attractions in Cape Town is the magnificent Table Mountain National Park. Packages to this city are cost-effective, and assist adventure lovers to experience a number of activities like surfing; hiking or mountain biking; tandem-paraglide off Lion’s Head; abseil off the top of Table Mountain and many more. Cape of Good Hope is must visit attraction for the newlyweds, as it includes awesome scenery, fantastic walks, great birdwatching and often deserted beaches.

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A Marvelous Honeymoon In Cape Town
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4 Days & 3 Nights Customizable
Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
₹ 35,000/-₹ 38,461/-

Per Person on twin sharing

  • City Tour
  • Cruises
  • Leisure Day
  • Adventure
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
  • Cruise
  • Hill station
  • Romantic
  • Beach
  • Budget

Hotel included in package:

Cities:

  • Cape Town (4D)

Cape Town is one of the most popular destinations of South Africa and is a lovely place....

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  • Charming Cape Town Honeymoon Package
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    6 Days & 5 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 64,999/-₹ 71,428/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Sightseeing
    • Adventure
    • Table Mountain
    • Nature
    • Cruise
    • Wildlife
    • Island Tours
    • Best sellers
    • Romantic

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Cape Town (6D)

    Surrounded by a mesmerizing coastline, mountain ranges, coastal plains, and inland vall....

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    • Meals

    • Sightseeing

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  • English Speaking Driver
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  • Airport taxes
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  • Splendid Cape Town Honeymoon Package From India
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    6 Days & 5 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 83,999/-₹ 92,307/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • City Tour
    • Adventure
    • Table Mountain
    • Nature
    • Adventure sports
    • Beach
    • Harbor
    • Historical

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Cape Town (6D)

    Cape Town is one of the most populous cities in South Africa and the Legislative capita....

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    • Meals

    • Sightseeing

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  • Extraordinary South Africa Honeymoon in Summer
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    8 Days & 7 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 118,000/-₹ 129,670/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Safari tour
    • Nature
    • Sightseeing
    • Water Activities
    • City Tour
    • Adventure
    • Leisure
    • Cruises
    • Romantic
    • Beach
    • Wildlife

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Sun City (2D)
    • Cape Town (5D)

    Located on the Southern tip of Africa, South Africa is one of the favourite honeymoon d....

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  • Ecstatic South Africa Honeymoon
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    8 Days & 7 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 131,999/-₹ 145,054/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Wildlife
    • Game Drive
    • Ideal for couples
    • Leisure
    • Water Activities
    • Hill station
    • Adventure
    • Nature
    • landscape
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Sun City (2D)
    • Cape Town (5D)

    South Africa is the land of remarkable landscapes, splendid natural attractions and a h....

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  • Romantic South Africa Honeymoon Package From Mumbai
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    8 Days & 7 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 159,499/-₹ 175,274/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Architecture
    • Nature
    • Desert Safari
    • Adventure
    • Leisure
    • Romantic
    • Unlimited Fun
    • Beach
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Sun City (2D)
    • Cape Town (5D)

    Embark on a once in a lifetime voyage to one of the most pristine safari destinat....

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  • Wonderful South Africa Honeymoon Package
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    7 Days & 6 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 86,000/-₹ 94,505/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Ideal for Couples
    • Hill station
    • Wildlife Safari
    • Cruises
    • Sun City
    • Adventure
    • Nature
    • Historical
    • Romantic
    • Sightseeing
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Sun City (2D)
    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Cape Town (4D)

    South Africa is located at the southernmost tip of the African continent housing variou....

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  • Spirited South Africa Honeymoon Packagea
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    7 Days & 6 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 86,000/-₹ 94,505/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Ideal for couples
    • Wildlife
    • Wildlife Safari
    • Cruises
    • Cape Town
    • Adventure
    • Nature
    • Water Activities
    • Romantic
    • Beach

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Johannesburg (2D)
    • Sun City (1D)
    • Cape Town (4D)

    South Africa, or the Republic of South Africa, is the southernmost country in African c....

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  • Delights of South Africa Honeymoon Tour Package
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    7 Days & 6 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:13% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 86,900/-₹ 99,885/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Nature
    • Wildlife
    • Adventure
    • Best sellers
    • Romantic
    • Luxury
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Sun City (2D)
    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Cape Town (4D)

    Lose yourself in this 6 nights 7 days South Africa honeymoon tour package gift wrapped ....

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  • Water Bottle on Arrival
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  • South Africa Honeymoon Package From Delhi
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    7 Days & 6 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 140,000/-₹ 153,846/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Leisure time
    • Table Mountain
    • Victoria
    • Nature
    • Historical

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Sun City (2D)
    • Johannesburg (1D)
    • Cape Town (4D)

    South Africa honeymoon package from Delhi is a perfect getaway for a....

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  • Captivating South Africa Honeymoon Package
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    10 Days & 9 Nights Customizable
    Starting from:9% OffExact prices may vary based on availability.
    ₹ 142,999/-₹ 157,142/-

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Kruger National Park
    • Cruises
    • Adventure
    • Sightseeing
    • Nature
    • Wildlife
    • Romantic
    • nightlife
    • Budget

    Hotel included in package:

    Cities:

    • Sun City (2D)
    • Kruger National Park (2D)
    • Knysna (2D)
    • Cape Town (4D)

    Located at the southernmost tip of the beautiful continent, South Africa is a paradise ....

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  • FAQ's for Cape Town

    1. Some of the best markets of the city are -

     

    • Oranjezicht City Farm Market Day

    • The Lourensford Market

    • Noordhoek Community Market

    • De Warenmarkt

    • The Neighbourgoods Market

    • Mojo Market

    • Groote Post Market

    Typically the whale season starts from June and ends in December. However, tourists can almost be sure of watching whales in September, October, and November.

    The most common language used in Cape Town is English, Afrikaans, and Xhosa.

    Some of the important places to visit in and near Cape Town are Table Mountain National Park, Lion’s Head, Hermanus, and Cape of Good Hope.

    Bo-Kaap Kombuis, Gold Restaurant, and The Africa Café are some of the famous places for trying South African food in Cape Town.

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      Hi Travel Traingle Team, Thank you very much for the fun and memorable trip that I had in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur & Langkawi) via Travel Triangle. Everything was very well organized, arranged professionally and worked out well for me. The communications of your team was excellent and very much impressed with the arrangements that they had arranged for me including airline tickets, hotel stay, transportation, tour itinery, visa process etc in such a short period of time.. The WhatsApp team were exceptionally active throughout the trip and gave us an immediate responses on time to time basis. Regarding tour itinery, The tour consultants covered all places as per the itinery and took us into the diversity of Malaysia. I witnessed many different things including forests, national parks, theme parks, islands, city tours, rivers, skyscrapers, beaches, malls, streets, markets, night lifes etc. I will give you the brief details of the places later which I have visited on each day. There was a good amount of activity on each day with not too much down time. Just enough to keep up my journal. The hotel stay in KL was lovely & clean and it’s very close to Chowkit monorail station which really helped me to explore the night life of KL city without spending much expenses on transportation, but not very impressed with the hotel stay in Langkawi. It’s a kind of an above average hotel stay in langkawi and sad part is it’s far away from Langkawi town, but this hotel had a very good scenic beauty with swimming pool facing towards mountains and rivers. Initially you guys promised me the stay in Adya Hotel which I preferred to stay, I followed up many of your team mates, but unfortunately they couldn’t make it. But both accommodations are far exceeded than my expectations, very good breakfast including Indian dishes and very friendly staffs. The good part is both the hotels allows me to do early check-in which really helped me for getting good sleep and aside from the actual trip I got an additional day to explore the city on my own. The best part of the trip was the tours & activities in Langkawi. Absolutely - definitely I will be recommending your tours and I will also be taking another in the future. Thank you so much for well organized & wonderful trip. It’s always a memorable one. Thank you once again. Mohammad Hassan Hi Travel Traingle Team, Thank you very much for the fun and memorable trip that I had in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur & Langkawi) via Travel Triangle. Everything was very well organized, arranged professionally and worked out well for me. The communications of your team was excellent and very much impressed with the arrangements that they had arranged for me including airline tickets, hotel stay, transportation, tour itinery, visa process etc in such a short period of time.. The WhatsApp team were exceptionally active throughout the trip and gave us an immediate responses on time to time basis. Regarding tour itinery, The tour consultants covered all places as per the itinery and took us into the diversity of Malaysia. I witnessed many different things including forests, national parks, theme parks, islands, city tours, rivers, skyscrapers, beaches, malls, streets, markets, night lifes etc. I will give you the brief details of the places later which I have visited on each day. There was a good amount of activity on each day with not too much down time. Just enough to keep up my journal. The hotel stay in KL was lovely & clean and it’s very close to Chowkit monorail station which really helped me to explore the night life of KL city without spending much expenses on transportation, but not very impressed with the hotel stay in Langkawi. It’s a kind of an above average hotel stay in langkawi and sad part is it’s far away from Langkawi town, but this hotel had a very good scenic beauty with swimming pool facing towards mountains and rivers. Initially you guys promised me the stay in Adya Hotel which I preferred to stay, I followed up many of your team mates, but unfortunately they couldn’t make it. But both accommodations are far exceeded than my expectations, very good breakfast including Indian dishes and very friendly staffs. The good part is both the hotels allows me to do early check-in which really helped me for getting good sleep and aside from the actual trip I got an additional day to explore the city on my own. The best part of the trip was the tours & activities in Langkawi. Absolutely - definitely I will be recommending your tours and I will also be taking another in the future. Thank you so much for well organized & wonderful trip. It’s always a memorable one. Thank you once again. Mohammad Hassan
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      Hassanalhilal

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    • Trip to Himachal

      Hi, Myself and my wife were on a trip to Himachal ( shimla- Kulu manali- Dharamsala- Dalhousie) for 8 nights and 9 days. Let me give feed back on everything . We paid huge amount for this trip , but what we got is not as per our expectations. 1) Hotels : Hotels in shimla and dalhousie and dharamsala are far from towns. And in shimla literally it took hell lot of time travelling to hotel and city in the huge traffic we have there. Food in shimla and manali is not as good as we expected. But dharamsala hotel is nice in all aspects except the distance . And I am not sure how the selection of hotels from either Travel Triangle or travel agencies happen. 2) While paying money or on itenary you do not mention any details on hill view from rooms , but later we get normal rooms with no hill view. If we ask we get reply that itne pise me itne hoga. After spending 54k just for package I don't think any customer thinks on spending 3-4 k on hill view rooms. Being in a closed rooms does not make any sense after travelling that much distance. 3) And on the travel, most of the things on itenary need us to walk or go through horses and all for which we need to spend again, u should clearly mention that on the itenary that those cant be reached by car. 4)most of the travel is simply wasted on mornings for travelling between Delhi- Shimla 12 hrs, Shimla-Manali 9-12hrs, Manali- Dharamsala 9hrs, Dharamsala- Dalhousie 4-5 hrs, again Dalhousie-Delhi 11-12 hrs, so I cam see almost 4-5 days are completely wasted on travel. Rather you should come with a good plan of organizing the travels by night and arranging local sight seeing something differently. 5) Again on the local adventure activities I can see the local authorities demand huge money with out any proper rate . Travel agencies should have tie up with some of the adventure activities organization's and provide coupons for us for normal price. We didn't perform any adventure stuff due to the huge price they demand. 6) About Driver: He is very nice, professional, humble, good and experienced on hill side driving. 1) Manali Rohtang pass , ofcourse again need to spend huge money from my pocket as there is no proper plan from travel agencies. 2) Natural beauty of Shimla and Manali .
      KG

      Kartheek Gokavarapu

      Hyderabad, a month ago

    • Trip to Bhutan

      This review/testimonial is coming a lot late in the day. Nevertheless the entire experience of my travel/ trip to Bhutan compelled me to write it down. Before I start I must give a disclaimer that the words written here will never be able to put down the real experience that was originally felt or seen. My trip was from June 6-11(6 days) in which I covered Phuentsholing- Thimpu- Paro and back to Phuentsholing. I wanted to surprise my parents by taking them with me to some place nice to beat the heat of summer. I being a practising Lawyer I had the month of June available to put the plan in action. However due to work pressure I couldn't plan anything. I couldn't even choose a place to visit. Naturally I planned my trip at the eleventh hour in last week of May. I was web searching various holiday destination in and around India. And Bhutan caught my eye. Then while searching for various travel review and also searching for a travel agent ( cause as I said I had no time to do self booking) I stumbled upon this website Travel Triangle (TT). I looked up on its website, read various testimonials such as this. Ms. Sushmita From TT helped out a lot provided me with various trips from many travel agent and after a little bit of research I zeroed on the trip provided by Himavat Destination. I called up the number given in web. Ms Ranjita Thapa was my point of contact in Himavat Destination. My entire was practically tailor made as per my specifications given by me as I wanted to have maximum comfort for my parents. I choose from the best hotels as per my need to the car for pick up and drop right from New Jalpaiguri Station (NJP) to Phuentsholing then from rest of the trip and back to Bagdogra Airport. And Sushmita and Ranjita made it possible for me. I must compliment these two persons as I disturbed them a lot and they basically stayed connected with me the entire trip. Both of them were very courteous and we're extremely helpful. Not only that once the trip started on 6th they made a WhatsApp group with many other people who were my point of help in Bhutan. That really helped. So now the details of my trip: We reached NJP on 6th at about 11am. On 5th itself I was given the details of driver who was waiting for us before our arrival. Car was WagonR. After a quick lunch at Teesta Barrage we started our journey towards Phuentsholing. The road goes through Hasimara- Alipurduar- Jaigaon. Road was comparatively good. The entire journey took is about 4-5 hrs. Road goes through Lush green forest in Hasimara. Huge Tea Estates in Jaigaon Alipurduar. Scene was worth capaturing. You can see groups of women plucking tea leaves. When you reach Jaigaon you can see the Mountains on distant horizons which indicates that you are nearing Bhutan border. The entire trip was very comfortable. Just as you enter Bhutan there are few things which is bound to falls in your notice. One the population-crowd ( Entire population of Bhutan is approximately 7.5 lacs only) and temperature suddenly and significantly goes down. Buildings have distinct architecture. Very little cars on road therefore zero pollution, air quality improves. Lots of trees which are not deforested for urbanisation or otherwise. Roads are butter smooth and well maintained and finally but not lastly no garbage on streets. Bhutanese people in their native clothes Gho (clothes worn by the men) and Kira(worn by Women). Bhutanese people are highly sensitive about cleanliness of not only their own homes but also their country which in my opinion is commendable. So we finally reached Phuentsholing checked in Hotel Alem. It's perched on a hilltop. The hotel was very good. Rooms were spacious, with all amenities Hotel staffs were very courteous and friendly. We reached there by 4-5 pm. As we were little exhausted we had our dinner in Hotel only and spent the night in the hotel only. Please note the driver who brought us to the hotel was given only till this point. Next day onward we got a local driver named Ugyen Rinzin who stayed with us for the entire trip within Bhutan. So next day (7th June) early morning me and my father went for a little Morning walk around the town. We did a heavy breakfast (which was included in the package itself) then Ugyen (driver) and Ms. Karma (our guide) was waiting with his Hyundai Tucson in which we first went to the immigration office for getting permits. It took us good 3 hrs over there as it was a little crowded. We bought a local sim for mobile as Indian numbers don't work over there. Also got currency exchanged as we were told that 2000 RS and 500 RS notes in Indian currency was not accepted in Bhutan which later I found to be not true. Yes, Indian currency is easily accepted all over Bhutan. After completing the immigration permits we started for Thimpu. Road to Thimpu from Phuentsholing goes through mountain pass at high altitude. As we climbed up the altitude the Greenery increased many folds and temperature droped further. we were going through heavy clouds and rain with almost zero visibility which made the journey mountain pass quite dangerous yet full of adventure and excitement. Scenic beauty was beyond words even the photos captured by my camera has watered down it's beauty, rustic smell of ground after first flush of rain and it's overall serenity. I was reminded of the lines from the poem written by John Keats - "A thing of beauty is joy forever." We stopped for lunch on the way and reached Thimpu after 5 hrs of drive at around 4 pm. We checked into our Hotel Oro Villa which is on the periphery of city perched on an elevated Hillside overlooking the city itself. View of the city from our hotel room was breath taking. One can spend hours overlooking the the imperial capital locked in the valley of mountains on its all sides. Thimpu is the only place which you can term as a city. It being the capital of Country has all amenities like big Hospitals, Markets, etc. Plus the major portion of population of the country resides here. That evening we took a stroll and explored the surrounding areas of the city. There are many shops of curios, local clothes and handcrafts which one should explore. People throughout Bhutan are very honest, friendly, approachable and are extremely helpful. One thing is visible everywhere is that people of Bhutan loves and respects their King And Queen like their own parents. Present King is also called People's King. Indian food is easily available in the hotels so we had dinner and spent the rest of evening overlooking the city from our room balcony and chit chatting with each other. Next day (8th June) we went for local sightseeing which includes Tashicho Dzong, Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma which is a huge statute of Buddha over a hill top overlooking the City., a place called Simply Bhutan which I will recommend for every tourist to visit as it gives you insight of Bhutanese Culture, traditions, taste of local Cuisine, etc. We got a guide named Ms Pema who showed us around. We had the lunch there and also met a famous national paraplegic sculptor Mr. Pema Tshering. We also visited local Textile Museum and local Handicraft Market. Bhutan is famous for Sterling jewellery, Gem stones, Tankhas, and crockery. After a day well spent we returned to our hotel took a little rest and again visited local town on foot in the evening. Weather in Thimpu is very pleasant. Hotels don't have Fans, air-conditioning systems. Next day (9th June) after Breakfast we went to Paro. The trip took us 2-3 hrs as the roads were extremely good and well maintained. We reached Paro by 11 am and went straight to Taktsang Lakkhang (Tiger's Nest) monastery. I did the trekking with my father. Now one thing to be kept in mind trek of Taktsang is Moderately tough. It takes 3 hrs to go up and equal time to come down. But the view and the experience was simply mesmerizing. I being trek lover person would recommend it for every one who are physically fit person to undertake this trek. So we completed our trek and got down by 6 pm. We were completely exhausted so took rest for the rest the day in our hotel Yanki Resort. Next morning (10th June) we did local sightseeing visited Airport View point overlooking Paro International airport. From this point the entire airport looks like Hotwheels Play set, then we visited Paro Museum, Paro Dzong and then we started our return journey to Phuentsholing. After completing the sightseeing it took us another 4-5 hrs. That evening we went out again to explore Phuentsholing. Here we bid adieu to Uygen as there was other driver given for our journey back. Next day (11th June) after heavy Breakfast we bid adieu to Bhutan and Returned to Bagdogra Airport for our returning flight. So this was my testimonial for my trip to Bhutan. now during this entire trip Ms Ranjita Thapa from Himavat along with other people stayed in contact with me looking after our comfort which I truly believe made the entire trip wonderful and joyable. I thank Travel Triangle ( specially Sushmita) and Himavat Destination ( specially Ranjita) for their support.
      SP

      Soumo Palit

      a month ago

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