Your honeymoon is a once in a lifetime experience that should be carefully planned. If you are one of those who can only feel at peace in an exotic location, but are working on a tight budget, there are places in Africa which can leave you and your loved one with lasting memories.

Jinja, Uganda
As the source of River Nile, there are many attractions in Jinja that can entice a couple. At The Haven, you have a breathtaking view of the river, with also a variety of choice of camping grounds and cottages. At the Wildwaters Lodge, on a private island on the Nile, you will get the most out of your honeymoon. The cottages are tented with private decks and you can enjoy nature walks on the island.

Zanzibar, Tanzania
There is nothing as tranquil as living besides the ocean. Zanzibar, with its white sand and turquois water, has both a costal and historical appeal. There are many hotels and beaches one can book into to have a true coastal feel. Don’t forget to take the boat cruises to visit the ghost islands.

Mombasa, Kenya
There are endless options for having fun on the beautiful beaches of Mombasa. With its appealing attraction to tourists, this is surely a melting pot of vibrant nightlife, modern restaurants, and water activities. This is the ideal place for you and your partner to experience unforgettable moments together as you embark on your life together.

Masai Mara National Park, Kenya
If both of you are into a wild adventure of your honeymoon, this is the place to be. It is one of the more popular national parks in Africa and has a variety of animals. You can also experience the unique culture of the Masai people. You do not have to worry about accommodation in the wild as there are luxurious bush camps for couples.

Praslin Island, Seychelles
The Seychelles Islands, with their exotic beaches, are becoming a common destination for Ugandan honeymooning couples. Praslin island has untouched beaches and is less populated than the other islands, with a variety of plant and animal life.

Royal Livingstone Hotel, Zambia
A stone throw away from Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park, the hotel is famous for its architecture, riverside cafes, and local wildlife. A number of activities will occupy you on Victoria Falls, such as canoeing, kayaking, and bungee jumping.