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March 2014 Honeymoon

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My fiancee and I are in the early stages of planning a honeymoon in March 2014. We will likely try to get away for 14-17 days and currently live in NYC, which is nice given the flight options.

We, as with most people, are trying to do as much as possible in the time we have. Ideally, we would love to spend 3-4 days in Cape Town, 4-5 days at 2-3 Safari Camps (South Africa or Botswana), and 4-5 days on a beach (Seychelles??).

Is this even possible given our time restrictions? If so, we heard Seychelles may be in the rainy season. Is there another place you would recommend for R&R on the beach?

Also, any travel agents you would recommend?

All advice would be greatly appreciated.

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