Dec 8, 2010 12:10 PM
Okay, so Kwanzaa gifts are usually handcrafted trinkets and beaded jewelry, but this year....we've got lots of (virtual) cash to spend! Without further ado, here are our top picks for the most luxurious gifts for Kwanzaa.
1 - Journeys In Africa ($11,160 for two) is one of the most luxurious trips through the African safari. You'll start your adventure in Cape Town at the famous Mount Nelson Hotel. While visiting Cape Town, you'll enjoy gourmet dining and fine wines as well as a hot air balloon adventure through the Tswalu Private Game Reserve. Then you'll visit Tswalu Kalahari, which is South Africa's largest privately-owned game reserve. Next stop is Johannesburg, where you'll stay at The Westcliff where you will be pampered to the hilt. Last but not least, you'll end your adventure enjoying open Land Rover drives through one of the world's last wilderness areas: the Okavango Delta, Moremi Wildlife Reserve and Chobe National Park. This dream adventure lasts for 16 days!
2- If safari vacations aren't your cup of tea, you may prefer sailing the seas on your very own houseboat. The Metroship His & Hers Luxury Houseboats ($250,000) are truly spectacular. These 48-foot boats are designed and built as an intimate luxury loft that just happens to float. It has waterproof hardwood floors, double-glazed windows, remote-control central air conditioning and heating, and more plush amenities. Inside is loaded with a Bang & Olufsen stereo, high-definition projector, Wii gaming console and Sony LCD flat-screen monitor for movies, computer, gaming, and Internet projection. Needless to say, you certainly won't be roughing it as you're afloat. And since we're celebrating Kwanzaa, we would cruise over to the Virgin Islands for one of the largest Kwanzaa celebrations known.
If you were Richie Rich (or Richie Rita), what would you get people as gifts? A gold-plated llama? Their own personal butler? A hovercraft? Oh, man, it'd be great. Here are our "If I had a million dollars, I'd give you..." gifts. (P.S. Outblush is not responsible for your draining your bank account to buy any of this stuff.)