Africa awakens your senses: the scent of wild sage, the cry of a fish eagle, and goose bump-inducing leopard sightings. The days are deliciously hot and the nights comfortably cool. African hospitality is warm and sincere.If you and your travel partner are looking for a setting steeped in adventure and romance, an unforgettable honeymoon, or a last jaunt before you cross over into the realm of family travelers, look no further Africa has got you!Below are some of Africa’s romantic destinations;
Kenya is Africa’s premier safari destination.If you are into wildlife and looking for a wild honeymoon vacation,consider the Maasai Mara.Couples can drive into the unique local culture while staying at some of the luxurious bush camps or tented camps.Having abundant wildlife in a relatively small area,you can literally see the big five in one day.Mara offers a variety of activities,from balloon safaris to picnics in the national reserve and nature walks.
Tanzania offers both luxury and adventure.Situated on the East African coast,Zanzibar is truly a romantic island that makes you fall in love with your loved one over and over again.Also known as the best honeymoon destination in the word.The island features a blissful collection of things to do and places to go for an unforgettable and intimate escapes.Curious couples should consider heading to Nungwi, a quiet touristy village on the northern tip of Unguja Island where they can spend their post-nuptial days relaxing next to the turquoise waters, cruising through vibrant mangroves, and exploring the delightful “ghost islands” that appear during low tide.
Undoubtedly one of the greatest wonders of the world.At the Tongabezi lodge(beautiful luxury lodge),there’s a room called “The Honeymoon House”.The rooms here are separated cottages where you can opt to dine alone or on your private deck.You can also dine on a floating table in the middle of Zambezi and watch the sun go down with your loved one.
Say yes to new adventures.
True love is not so much a matter of romance as it is a matter of anxious concern for the well being of one’s companion-Gordon B. Hinckley