All the neutrals they probably forgot to register for in the excitement of honeymoon-planning.
Originally Appeared on Condé Nast Traveler
Safaris are big-ticket, milestone trips—and newlyweds increasingly opt to make it their first major post-nuptial trip. And while some will register for a safari honeymoon on Zola by asking for luggage and money toward excursions, few will think ahead about what they’ll need to buy. We rounded up some of the best gifts to get new couples headed on their safari honeymoon. They’re all built to last, and will likely come in handy for many, many more trips to come.
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