Talor and Cory
Hello and welcome to our honeymoon registry. Traveling is something that the two of us love to do. Our previous travels have taken us to many places around the world, and our honeymoon is no exception! While everyone loves a sturdy blender, we have decided to go with a slightly non-traditional honeymoon registry. Here at Wanderable, you will find all the information you need to contribute to this once-in-a-lifetime trip, conveniently and securely. Scroll down to see an itinerary of our South African honeymoon, as well as the various activities and experiences there are to choose from. Thank you making the start of our wonderful life together so special! Love, Talor & CorySouth Africa Sodwana Bay National Park, South Africa Franschhoek, South Africa Cape Town, South Africa Nkundwini, South Africa
After 24+ hours of travel time, help us start our first day out right with breakfast in bed.
A full day tour through Hout Bay to the Cape of Good Hope National Park. There we will climb to the famous Cape Point Lighthouse to capture the magical vistas of False Bay, and stop at the south we...
A must-do for adrenaline junkies and Cape Town has one of the world's most scenic Drop Zones.
Our trip coincides with Mako and Blue Shark season. This trip will allow us to see the majestic Mako and Blue sharks up close and personal.
The only thing we love nearly as much as traveling is eating! We will be sampling some of South Africa's finest cuisine.
An expert guide will take us to see the stunning mountain ranges, vineyards and Cape Dutch homesteads. We will get to sample some of South Africa's most exquisite wines and explore the charming col...
We will enjoy a multi-day scuba diving tour with the lodge's excellent guides to dive sites where there are over 1250 species of fish. It's not uncommon to spot sharks, whales, and dolphins even be...
We will spend the afternoon exploring the coastline of Lake Sibaya by kayak.
This 'Big Five' reserve encompasses seven distinct habitats, including the rare dry sand forest, which is a preferred habitat of the leopard. The rocky hillside, wooded and floodplain landscape pro...
With a culture as prolific and varied as its landscapes, KwaZulu Natal is rich in ethnic Zulu traditions and history. The scenic valleys and pastures of the region’s Natal Midlands are scattered wi...
Ok... this one is a little splurge but... To capture this and whatever comes next (and to help with all the photo albums in our future) a new digital camera.