Honeymoon Africa

Think of Africa and what springs to mind? Beautiful wildlife? Fascinating cities? White sand beaches? All of which, we think, make a pretty perfect honeymoon. Our experts can assist with planning what is (probably) the most important holiday you’re likely to take. And whatever you are looking for Africa certainly holds it all - in no small part due to its vast size.

For foodies, combine Cape Town with the winelands of South Africa - think wine, walking and even whale watching. The fact that South Africa boasts some of the most romantic lodges on the whole continent is the icing on the (wedding) cake.

Kenya's annual migration of over two million wildebeest across the Maasai Mara (and Tanzania's Serengeti) is always going to be a hugely memorable experience and we know all the best camps and lodges for a more private safari feel, so you can relax after a hard day's safari-ing, and enjoy romantic sundowners in a beautiful setting. Kenya is also an iconic 'beach and bush' destination - surely one of the most dreamed about honeymoon scenes? Africa boasts many great beach and bush options to choose from, such as the pristine Indian Ocean combined with Tanzania's Serengeti, not to mention the Spice Islands on the Zanzibar archipelago, the romantic camps of the Okavango Delta complete with a mokoro canoe safari, and the pristine waters of Mozambique. Dreamy.

For those looking for something a little different, head to Zambia for beautiful scenery, take part in a walking safari to get up close with wildlife before trying white water rafting or an even heli-tour over the Victoria Falls. Madagascar offers wildlife with a difference with 80% naïve species or Morocco's souks, Atlas Mountains and Bedouin tents are a more original alternative to a luxury Africa honeymoon.

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Isabel and Matt are our 'Honeymoon Africa' experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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