Singita Sweni Lodge Woos Honeymoners | South Africa | Top travel destinations

Now-a-days people are more enthusiastic to get married in faraway places surrounded by breathtaking fabulous scenery. Couples and honeymooners who want exclusivity can choose Singita Ebony which is one of the safari lodges with extravagant accommodations. The honeymoon package offers intimate wedding celebrations in its 12 spacious suite each having private swimming pool.

You could have wedding ceremony at selected bush sites in the reserve, in the midst of local singer’s voice mingling with sweet birds chirping. You can exchange vows and spend your time together watching campfire in the wilderness settings, listening to nocturnal songs from the bush heightens the thrilling moment of your marriage celebration. The wedding knot ceremony will remain forever in couple’s memories, while guests will also be amused by the graceful gait of elephant. The Singita team arranges everything from bouquets of native flowers to wedding cake.

Singita sweni lodge is one of the top destinations on the banks of Sweni River. You could hear faraway roar of lion during your candle lit dinner with vintage wines under stars, is the most romantic and secluded setting which provides wedding feast with delicacies prepared by master chef to your taste. Singita Sweni offers three nights for couples the experience of romantic adventure including massage, champagne and exclusive candlelit dinners under star. This popular option is a combined program of wedding and honeymoon. If you have all necessary papers there are many specialists to assist through legalities.

The 3-night Singita honeymoon package for couples offers the best safari options at four lodges and one camp within the reserves of Singita Grumeti or at Singita Pamushana in the Malilangwe Reserve in South Africa. The Honeymoon Packages of Singita Serengeti are valid until   5th January – 15th December 2012.

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