Top 7 Honeymoon Places In Africa

If you thought Africa does not have nice places for honeymoon, You’d better think again.

The continent possesses amazing honeymoon destinations where newly wedded couples can have a wide range of options to choose from. Your choice to have your honeymoon in Africa will surely be fun-filled.

7. Marrakech Morocco

This destination offers the Saharan sands and the Mediterranean Coastlines for the newly wedded couples to explore for a sensual and romantic experience. This is together with a exciting sightseeing experience of the Northern city. This region has recently become a major attraction for couples who enjoy mountain trekking, camel riding, luxurious spas, buggy ridding and desert excursions. To add on, the Moroccan cuisine that consist of a roast lamp with raisin and onion sauce and deserts that are composed of honey, cinnamon and almonds, will perfectly create more fun for your honeymoon.

6. Zanzibar IslandBeach in Tanzania | How Africa News

This island lies several miles from the Tanzanian coastline. Couples that are exploring this locality for their honeymoon will definitely enjoy the beaches that make up a bigger portion of the island, the warm blue waters and the picturesque villages which all together make this place one of the top African honeymoon places. Pembe island offers unique climate and vegetation from those of Zanzibar, and both islands come pertinent in offering you a memorable honeymoon experience. These includes the dolphin tours and the ocean cruise for both the groom and the bride.

5. Bazarutu Island in MozambiqueBazarutu Island in Mozambique | How Africa News

The Bazarutu archipelago, Maputo and Quirimbas, are some of the best honeymoon destinations in Mozambique. The Bazarutu island is, however, one of the best attractions for couples that would want to enjoy the sand beaches and the coconut trees surroundings. It is the largest island in the Bazaruto Archipelago and in the Bazaruto National Park of Mozambique and it provides one of the best camping sites for a romantic feel.

4. Seychelles IslandsSeychelles Islands | How Africa News

This island borders Madagascar, and is more appropriate for couples that are looking for a private island to spend their honeymoon. The island has a thousand and one exotic sceneries and spectacular beaches that are far-fetched to leave you with nothing less than a fun experience. Part of honeymoon places to see and do include: Aride Island Nature Reserve, Cousin Island Special Reserve, La Plaine St. Andre, Silhouette Marine National Park and Vallée de Mai (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) just to mention a few.

3. Lake MalawiLake Malawi | How Africa News

This popular lake in Malawi, has clear waters, spectacular mountain peaks and exotic landscapes that add up to the fun in Malawi. It is one of the popular honeymoon destinations in Africa. Furthermore, Lake Malawi is the third largest lake in Africa and one of the Great Rift Valley lakes. Couples can enjoy the thrill of birdwatching, scuba diving and snorkeling in Malawi.

2. Victoria falls (Zimbabwe/ Zambia)

Victoria Falls | How Africa News

Couples that adore the nature, would find this destination more appealing. Victoria falls in Zambia have an array of activities for the bride and the groom: canoing, kayaking and bungee jumping. The region also has a modern set up of restaurants and hotels that serve the best of the Zambian cuisines; that might blow up your fun experience to the zenith.

1. Etosha National Park in NamibiaEtosha National Park Namibia | How Africa News

Namibia was ranked among the top 10 destinations that are soft to your pocket, despite being versed with beautiful sceneries and adventures. Couples can take advantage of the friendly budget and tour Etosha national park to enjoy wildlife safaris and see the famous big five in the park. The amount that you are far-fetched to spend in Namibia for your honeymoon expenses, is far much less than the memorable experience that you are likely to have in this destination.

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