Posted On : 13 Feb



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Top 7 Romantic Getaways in Africa

Africa is an excellent choice for newlywed couples looking for a romantic honeymoon destination, with spectacular mysteries and wildlife excursions, pristine beaches, and fascinating culture. Here are some of the best places to spend your honeymoon in Africa. These African honeymoon destinations will provide you with unforgettable experiences and memories.


1. Masai Mara Safari

The ultimate romantic experience, floating through the skies above Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve in a hot air balloon, is one of the best ways to begin a honeymoon adventure in the heart of one of Africa's most spectacular parks. The Masai Mara National Reserve offers excellent game viewing all year, but to see the annual wildebeest migration, visit around August, when the wildebeest are enjoying the lush vegetation of the Masai Mara before returning to Tanzania's Serengeti National Park.


2. Visit Mauritius or Zanzibar

The beauty of Mauritius is beyond words. Rich with lush forest, wild waterfalls, unique wildlife, rocky mountains, white sand beaches and breathtaking crystal clear turquoise lagoons, Mauritius is a dream holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. If you crave a little adventure, there is plenty to explore. Mauritius is becoming one of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the world looking for a high-end holiday on a tropical fantastic paradise island.


3. Victoria Falls Tours

Victoria Falls, which traverses the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia, is an ideal honeymoon destination. The Falls, one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World," can be seen from both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides. If you visit during the dry season, also known as the low-water season, you can swim right on the edge of the Falls in the Devil's Pools on the Zambian side - a thrilling honeymoon experience!


4. Okavango Delta Safari

A tremendous desert spring in the core of the African bush in northern Botswana, the Okavango Delta is known as the 'Gem of the Kalahari'. This seasonal marshland is comprised of lavish fields, a huge number of streams and islands, water-lily-tossed gulfs, acacia shrubberies, Borassus palms and forests. The delta resembles a supernatural door to wildlife heaven and a stunning landscape.


5. Tanzania Wildlife Safari

Tanzania is probably one of the first places that come to mind when you think of top honeymoon destinations in Africa, it's an excellent choice, especially if you and your loved one enjoy a little adventure and excitement on your romantic travels during your first few months of marriage.
Tanzania has so much to offer with its vast wilderness areas situated in East Africa. The popular Northern circuit which includes the plains of Serengeti National Park known as the mecca for safari travellers populated by the “big five” game (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. 


6. Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda

Rwanda is ideal for active couples whose idea of quality time together includes forest hikes, game drives, cultural activities, and so on. It is not particularly suited to quiet romantic beach getaways, though the lovely Lake Kivu makes an adequate substitute for a genuine beach resort.
It gives an immersive experience in life with its Gorilla trekking. Chimpanzees and many other primates can also be found in Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda. It is a place of smouldering volcanoes, lavish mountains, historic rainforests, and an abundance of wildlife, as well as rich and diverse vegetation.


7. South African Safaris

The Cape Winelands in South Africa is the ideal romantic getaway for young couples who want to stay in luxurious accommodations surrounded by beautiful landscapes, dine on wonderful food, and enjoy vintage wine. Summer days in Cape Winelands are warm and pleasant, making it an ideal time to visit the Garden Route coastline as well as the Winelands. In the winter, the weather is cooler, and visitors can warm up around a fire in the evenings with a delicious meal and fine wine.

Author: Nishant Kundu

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