According to The Knot, one of the top multiplatform wedding resources on the Internet, demand for ‘YOLO’ honeymoons is trending up. The experts at Africa Adventure Consultants specialize in customized, exotic and luxurious romantic safaris across the African continent that nestle comfortably into the ‘YOLO’ category.
“Romantic travel is most often centered on milestone events such as anniversaries or honeymoons, and this year we are seeing demand for longer, no-holds-barred trips. People might not be able to get away for the Valentine’s Day holiday, but they are marking the day with a promise for future romantic travel, and an African safari is the ultimate experiential romantic trip!” said AAC President Kent Redding. “By booking their trips early, romantic travelers can ensure that they are able to hit every highlight on a trip, or add some beach time to the end of an epic safari.”
The staff at Africa Adventure Consultants has celebrated their own milestone events with travel to Africa, and has discovered the continent’s most romantic properties, including special camps and lodges where travelers can sleep under the stars. A night in a ‘star bed’ under the vast African sky is an unforgettable YOLO-style addition to a safari. These outdoor sleeping accommodations are more like bush ‘bedrooms’ with all of the little luxuries a traveler might wish for including plush bedding and cozy linens, an ‘en suite’ bathroom and the lullaby of the African bush for a sound night’s sleep.
The personalized service provided by Africa Adventure Consultants ensures that romantic travelers will have a customized experience unique to their safari wants and needs, while their relationships with lodges and camps mean special perks for AAC guests. Other romantic touches we are able to arrange include bush breakfasts or dinners, couples’ star baths or spa treatments, hot air balloon rides and more. What we can do is only limited by imagination.
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