Top 3 Venues To Have An African Wedding and Honeymoon
1. Chiawa Camp, Lower Zambezi, Zambia
Serenely set on the banks of the Zambezi River, under a grove of evergreen Mahogany trees, Chiawa Camp is a magical place to spot elephants, herds of buffalo, prides of lions, leopards, hyenas, jackals, hippos, crocodile, zebra, and many more in one of Africa’s best protected wildlife sanctuaries. The private, pristine setting makes it a perfect place for weddings and honeymoons.
A minister and choir can be arranged, with the ceremony conducted on a pontoon boat on the Zambezi River, or at a lagoon overlooking the river. All arrangements from food to flowers are handled by the staff for the guests so the bride and groom can relax and enjoy an unforgettable day.
2. Kirkmans Kamp, Kruger Southern, South Africa
Historic and charming Kirkman’s Kamp lets you integrate your romance with the romance of Africa, whether you choose to hold your wedding on-site, or design a dream honeymoon with the perfect balance of adventure and luxury. 18 charming suites overlook the bushveld and beautiful lawns surround the lodge and swimming pool, with spectacular views of the unspoiled landscape surrounding the Sand River.
The highly attentive staff – including your own butler – offer impeccable and gracious service with details like a bath and champagne awaiting after a day spent on safari spotting the big five, and other rare animals, such as the cheetah and hyena.
3. Azura Benguerra, Bazaruto, Mozambique
If your dream wedding or honeymoon in Africa wouldn’t be complete without a beach experience, this luxury boutique resort offers amazing vistas of blue Indian Ocean waters, and access to pristine offshore reefs home to coral gardens and fascinating marine life.
he sixteen hand-built villas are just steps from the beach, but designed with seclusion in mind, with private pools and an attentive butler on hand. Take your vows on white sandy beaches with the warm Indian Ocean as a backdrop, and then relax on palm-fringed shores, snorkel or explore the beach on horseback. When you’re ready to pick up the pace, a safari in the Serengeti can be easily added to your time in Mozambique.
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