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From treehouses to bush lodges, beaches to treks, get an exclusive 5% off when you book your honeymoon with Tribes Travel

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Tribes Travel fair trade honeymoon company

Tribes Travel are helping us to celebrate our 5th birthday by offering our readers an exclusive 5% discount when you book your honeymoon with them by the end of June 2012 – you can be planning to travel up until the end of 2013 so plenty of time if you’re getting married next year.

Tribes Travel exotic treehouse honeymoon

Tribes Travel are the original Fair Trade travel company, offering luxury honeymoons in places such as Africa, South America, Jordan, India and Nepal.  Tribes Travel help you to plan your dream honeymoon, whether that be treking up Mount Kilimanjaro, retreating to a treehouse hideaway, relaxing in a bush lodge, or spending your days on a gorgeous beach.

Tribes Travel luxury bush dinner honeymoon

As well as helping you to create your dream honeymoon, Tribes Travel also work to bring benefits to the local people, wildlife and the environment of all their destinations.  Tribes Travel was set up by Amanda and Guy in 1998 and the have a small team of travel professionals who have a huge passion for what they are doing.  So you couldn’t be in better hands when it comes to planning the honeymoon of a lifetime.

Tribes Travel luxury honeymoon house

To claim this offer

When you contact Tribes Travel by email info@tribes.co.uk or phone 01728 685 971 make sure you mention Natural Wedding Offer to claim your discount.

Terms and Conditions

1. This offer expires on 30th June 2012.
2. All honeymoons should be booked by 30th June 2012 to qualify for the discount.
3. This offer is for travel up until 31st December 2013.
4. This offer only applies to honeymoons and a maximum of two people.
5. This discount is not applicable on international flights, visas, insurance, permits or park fees.

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