Kulula offers SA honeymoon and free flights for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Kulula offers SA honeymoon and free flights for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

- Kulula.com has planned a "perfect honeymoon" for the royal couple

- The couple will spend their honeymoon in Namibia

- The airline has urged them to consider South Africa as well and has offered them free flights

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South African airline Kulula.com has urged Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to spend their honeymoon in South Africa.

In a video shared on its Twitter page on Tuesday, Kulula even offered free flights for the royal couple should they take a "sho't right" to South Africa.

Prince Harry and Meghan are set to spend their honeymoon in neighbouring Namibia, Briefly.co.za learned.

Kulula even gave the couple new South African names — Thabang and Bontle. In a statement, it said:

Thabang 'Happiness' and Bontle 'Beautiful' — [are] our proudly South African names [that] we bestowed upon them.
The invite requests the happy couple to consider taking a sho’t Right and pop over for a hot-hot-honeymoon, Mzansi style.

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In a bid to entice Prince Harry and Meghan, Kulula's videos points out several similarities between South African and the United Kingdom. For instance, motorists drive on the left side of the road in both countries.

In addition, Kulula showcased South Africa's tourist attractions in several cities, including Cape Town, Durban, and Johannesburg.

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Bridgette Ramuluvhana, Kulula's Marketing Manager said:

Just as the royal family welcomes Meghan into the royal family, who better than kulula.com to congratulate the new royal couple and as a wedding gift from South Africans, give the new princess a little fly-over, to show her all that South Africa has to offer.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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