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Dreaming of a wedding overseas where someone else handles the planning?

A destination wedding can sound daunting and expensive, but with our expertise we can bring your vision to life and likely for a lot less than you think.


Being specialists in group travel means we are best placed to ensure your guests also have the trip of a lifetime. Our motto is to maximise value and experience, with every wedding completely bespoke to suit who you are as a couple.

Africa is a very special destination with so much choice available. You can get married in some beautiful vineyards in the Western Cape in South Africa, or on the beach in Zanzibar, or even in the bush on safari with the big 5 as your guests.

Our latest weddings

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Alex & Alex

Wedding Cost £1,750 for 8 guests

Per Guest £2,750 including flights

Miss Alex had fallen in love with South Africa a few years ago whilst on a family holiday, so it was a natural choice for a small destination wedding. Mr Alex couldn't wait to see what the fuss was all about and he wasn't disappointed! 

They chose to spend 5 nights in Cape Town in a villa with their nearest and dearest, before heading towards the winelands for 3 nights for their wedding at Lalapanzi Lodge and some all important wine tasting. Finally, the group flew to the Greater Kruger to top off a fantastic wedding with an amazing 3 nights safari experience in a private reserve. The total trip was 11 nights in 3-4* accommodations and Mr & Mrs Alex chose to have everyone along for the whole trip.

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Shirley & Dave

Wedding Cost £2,850 for 14 guests

Per Guest £3,750 including flights

Shirley and Dave met in South Africa over 30 years ago and originally got married in 1990 in a small bush town. Having celebrated their pearl wedding anniversary, they decided to have a vow renewal in South Africa with all the family that hadn't been able to make it originally.

They started their trip in Victoria Falls to see the mighty "smoke that thunders", before moving onto the delights of Cape Town for the wedding at the Twelve Apostles in Camps Bay. From there they headed to Stellenbosch to continue the celebrations, and then they rounded off the trip with a safari in a private reserve in the Greater Kruger. The total trip was 12 nights and they went for upmarket 4-5* accommodations.

Choose Africa for your destination wedding

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