The Ultimate Guide to the Best Honeymoon Packages - Africa Destinations and More

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Looking for the best honeymoon packages? Look no further! Africa offers some of the world’s most amazing and romantic honeymoon destinations. With safaris, beaches, and luxury resorts, Africa is one of the most romantic international honeymoon destinations for couples.

After all,  the best African safari honeymoon packages should include romantic and memorable destinations along with the best places for wildlife tours. That way, you will have the best of honeymoon packages for a romantic international honeymoon safari experience. They should be the most memorable vacation you will ever have together.

We are talking about a safari and beach honeymoon trip that delivers on luxury and the privacy and tranquility you two need to plan the future together. You might not have thought about it, but take it from us.  Your honeymoon safaris packages should provide the pace for all the future expeditions you and the special person in your life will plan together. But why do we say Africa has the best places for an international honeymoon vacation?

Well, it is hard to find words to describe surreality while on a honeymoon safari in Africa. Nevertheless,  Africa is home to some of the most sought destinations for a safari in the wild.

If you wish to get a better picture: deep in the Masai Mara savannahs, a short distance drive in our luxurious 4×4 safari land cruisers, a family of impalas and gazelles are busy nibbling the grass. Suddenly, the nibbling stops; the herds sensing that danger, lacks close in the thick grassland of the Masai Mara.

In the near distance, a cheetah adjusts his stance. Her eyes still set on the price, his front legs set forward, ready to sprint and pounce on the lone grazer. That, ladies and gentlemen, is the adventure that awaits if you book a couple tour packages to Masai Mara with us.

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The Best, Most Affordable, Cheap Honeymoon Packages & Other Tours for Couples in India

The Best Honeymoon Packages Detailed Itinerary Price Per Person Sharing
13-Day Kenya Wildlife & Beach Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 5258
6-Day Nairobi, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1795
6-Day Hell’s Gate, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1788
6-Day Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1764
4-Day Masai Mara Migration Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1430
4-Day Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary From USD 750
4-Day Masai Mara Flying Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1450
4-Day Mara Serena Safari Lodge Trip View the Itinerary  From USD 1262
4-Day Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1180
4-Day Ashnil Mara Camp Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1190
3-Day Masai Mara Budget Safari View the Itinerary From USD 880
6-Day Nairobi & Masai Mara Family Safari View the Itinerary  Adult From USD 2000
Child From USD 628
3-Day African Safari in Kenya View the Itinerary  From USD 880
6-Day L. Nakuru, Hell’s Gate, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1123
6-Day Amboseli, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1186
5-Day Naivasha & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 854
7-Day Amboseli, Naivasha, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1130

Our Top 5 International Honeymoon Destinations in the World

There is no denying that Africa is one of the most romantic places when it comes to combining romance and unique travel experiences. But which are the best honeymoon destinations in Africa? 

In the following section, our safari guides, all Africans by birth, share everything you need to know to plan the best honeymoon vacation package in Africa while in India.

1. Best Honeymoon Safari Destination – Kenya 

Much has been said about safari and beach honeymoons in this East Africa Country. And yes, all you heard is true; the country is one of the most gorgeous places on earth. Dubbed the original safari country, Kenya is dumbfounding in its breathtaking sceneries, huge wildlife varieties, extraordinary shorelines, and rich culture.

A honeymoon in Kenya is perfect for you if you wish to enjoy a safari and beach experience. In the next section, we look at the best honeymoon destinations you will find in Kenya.

Honeymoon Packages to Diani Beach

Dreamy and unquestionably captivating, few beaches in the world hold a candle to Diani’s aesthetic beauty. We are talking striking turquoise waters, blinding white velvety sands, tranquil ambiances, lush greenery, and breathtaking panoramic ocean views.  It comes with little wonder that the beach has held the title ‘Best Beach in Africa’ for six years.

Diani beach is set on a 17km flawless white sand and has its way with hearts. Its exciting beach activities set you high on a bubble of pure ecstasy. The place is a favorite with water-sports lovers, families, backpackers, and honeymooners; its shores are almost always bustling with life.

So what are some of the best things to do during a beach honeymoon in Diani? Visit a marine park, dolphin dives, surf, skydive, spot whales, or relax in a pool. You can even dance the night away at the Forty Thieves Beach Bar.

On one of your honeymoon safari and beach holiday evenings, why not catch a dinner dhow trip down to Wasini Island? You can even take a life-changing glass-bottomed boat experience of the quaint Indian Ocean waters during the day.

Other Romantic activities in Diani include guided nature walks and hikes at the sacred forest, Game drives in Shimba hills national park, and a monkey sanctuary. The Shimba Hills National Park is the only coastal park that houses the rare Sable Antelope.

International Honeymoon Package to Masai Mara 

Buried deep under thick undergrowth of grass and shrubby vegetation, the Mara is to Kenya what stars are to the skies. The park lies southwest of Kenya, on a 1,510 square km vast land: all unwinding plains, wildlife, and mesmeric views.

The Mara scenery is gorgeous and romantic in an African way, but its highest wildlife density in Africa & the Great Wildebeest Migration stand out. Occurring once a year, from July to October, the migration is graced by almost two million wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles.

Ideally, plan your Kenya honeymoon trip between July and early October if you wish to have it graced by the migrating herds. The park is a photographer’s and naturalist’s godsend, teeming with elephant, giraffe, impala, buffalo, rhino, and zebra populations.

What’s more, the park is also home to almost 450 bird species. 

Take a romantic hot-air balloon tour of the Mara landscape as you toast to the beauty and exceptionality of the Mara sunrise. In the evening, enjoy some hot nyama choma with your love in the Mara, surrounded by golden savannahs.

Honeymoon Destination to Ol Pejeta Conservancy 

Offering the spectacular Aberdares and snow-capped Mt. Kenya in its background, the Ol Pejeta has honeymoon vistas you’d only dream about. The Conservancy is sensational, the untamed waters of the Ewaso Nyiro adding insane oomph to its already appealing grasslands, wetlands, riverine forests, and woodlands.

Apart from being an absolute beauty, the conservancy offers good wildlife viewing opportunities, including the Big five. Other wildlife you are likely to spot during honeymoon game drives in the park includes; the beisa oryx, hartebeest, Grevy’s zebra, and wild dogs.

Also within the Ol Pejeta lies East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary, home to the only remaining white rhinos in the world, and the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary.

Honeymoon Tour to Amboseli National Park

Every describing word sure does feel like an understatement when you have the effortless Mt. Kilimanjaro in your background. But here’s a fact; the Amboseli National Park is among Kenya’s finest and most popular national parks. And a top choice for Kenyan honeymoons.

Settled among a wealth of woodlands, savannah grasslands, and wetlands, the park is unbeatable regarding up-close views of large elephant herds. We are talking of close to 1600 adult elephants here. The ambiance here is the see-it-to-believe-it kind; an experience made even more unforgettable by the Big Five and over 600 bird species.

Similarly awe-inspiring is the observational hill above the swamp, which allows you to see water-seeking wildlife like elephants, buffaloes, and hippos.

Visit a local Maasai village for souvenirs and dance, and enjoy a romantic dinner while viewing Mt. Kilimanjaro. In every aspect, Amboseli national park is a dream come true for honeymoon vacations.

Best Time to Visit Kenya for a Honeymoon Safari and Beach Holiday

The dry season from July to September is the best time to visit Kenya for honeymoon safari and beach vacations. Animals, during the dry season, congregate near water sources, making them easy to spot. 

Additionally, the Great Wildebeest Migration falls within the season. With that said, Kenya is an all-year safari destination. 

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Wildlife Honeymoon Safari to Masai Mara National Reserve

2. Top Honeymoon Destination – Tanzania

Tanzania is everything you dream about on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Located on the eastern wing of Africa, the country houses some of Africa’s most acclaimed national parks and honeymoon destinations. These include Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park.

These remarkable attractions solidify the country’s rank as one of the best African honeymoon destinations. Here are the best Tanzanian destinations for your honeymoon safari to Africa.

Swow-Capped Mt. Kilimanjaro

Snow-capped and surrounded by the kind of sceneries you only hear about in fictional tales, Mt. Kilimanjaro puts the s in stunning. The mountain, towering at 5,895m, is the highest in Africa.

This World Heritage Site promises variety, rainforests, grasslands, and alpine meadows being a few of its highlights. Also, expect diversity in the Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park; buffaloes, monkeys, leopards, elands, and elephants are a few of the wildlife you should expect.

Birders on African safari honeymoons are not let down; the park promises a huge variety of birds.

The Plain of Serengeti National Park

A scenic treeless plain with millions of wild animals sounds like the kind of place you’d want to go for your honeymoon in Africa, right? The Serengeti and Masai Mara are sides of the same coin, both scenic and unrivaled, regarding their wildlife variety. 

A luxury safari honeymoon here has you on a hot-air balloon, high above the Serengeti landscape, taking in the thrilling wildebeest migration. Other worthwhile attractions include the Big Five and over 500 bird species.

Activities at Serengeti National Park: game drives, nature walks, bush dinners, and visiting the hippo pool.

Magnificent Zanzibar Beaches

If magnificent beaches are what you have in mind for your African safari honeymoon, look no further than the Zanzibar Beaches. These beaches are distributed between Pemba and Zanzibar’s islands and promise the best honeymoon safari yet.

The surf does vary from beach to beach, but the shallow turquoise waters, silky sands, top-notch hotels, impeccable ambiance, and enthralling views are a constant. The shoreline is to die for; the beaches are always clean, pristine, and carrying the heart of adventure.

Enjoy romantic dinners by the shores of the Indian Ocean, or take memorable pictures with the sensational ocean as your background. To also adore is Stone Town, which comes with an invaluable wealth of history, culture, and architecture.

Some of the Town’s must-sees are Arab-inspired townhouses, narrow winding streets, and a city square filled with a smell of species, which are tantalizing.

Highest Wildlife Concentration of Ngorongoro Conservation Area

A majestic volcanic crater rises from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the water springing from it, breathing life to thousands of wildlife and greenery. They call this crater the Ngorongoro Crater.

Sandwiched between Lake Manyara and Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is famed for supporting the highest wildlife concentration in Africa. The wildlife approximates 30,000; black rhinos, lions, giraffes, elephants, gazelles, leopards, wildebeests, and zebras adorning its varied habitats.

Do you see? You have much to look forward to on an African honeymoon package in Tanzania. Thanks to its jaw-dropping scenery and excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, the Ngorongoro visitors’ basket never runs low; the conservation is almost always at capacity.

Not to worry, though, the conservation is an excellent and generous entertainer. The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest volcanic caldera in the world.

The Flamingos of Lake Manyara National Park

If it’s the variety you are looking for on your honeymoon trip, the Lake Manyara National Park is exactly where to find it. Set on an area of vast grasslands, woodlands, marshlands, and forests, the park is a perfect choice for a luxury safari honeymoon.

The park is mostly water, with thousands of flamingos and birds flocking its banks to taste Lake Manyara’s goodness. Here is a large assortment of elephants, ferocious lions, and hippos.

The park, hosting the largest baboon concentration worldwide, is also a perfect choice for those who enjoy some baboon action.

The Best Time to Visit Tanzania for a Honeymoon Safari

This highly depends on the type of wildlife you would like to spot. If it is the Wildebeest Migration you are anticipating, the months between November to June are when to visit. The animals will be in Kenya between July and October.

Consequently, November to March, the green season, is fantastic for bird watching.

Ngorongoro Crater
Animals at Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania

3. Leading Honeymoon Safari Destination – South Africa Honeymoon 

South Africa. The very name evokes a boatload of images, doesn’t it? South Africa is an exciting & scenic beauty; some of its attractions include towering cliffs, spectacular shorelines, and many other natural landscapes.

So why include South Africa on your African safari honeymoon packages?

Honeymoon at Kruger National Park

Famed for its sun-drenched savannah, hauntingly beautiful sceneries, and expansive range of wildlife, the Kruger is one of the best African honeymoon destinations. The Big Five comes easy as pie here and is an excellent mix of cheetahs, hyenas, wildebeests, rhinos, giraffes, gazelles, and zebras.

Only four hours away from Johannesburg, the park is the solace you seek if you are looking for that quiet quality time with your spouse. There is also an amazing ambiance to enjoy here and rich galleries of forests, top-grade hotels, and rock paintings belonging to the San (Bushmen).

Birders on our bush honeymoon packages here have over 500 bird varieties for their entertainment.

Honeymoon Safari in Cape Town

Steeped in natural wonders and sandy green beaches, Cape Town is the entertainment capital of Africa, and with reason. The city lies in absolute calmness, worthwhile attractions being the gorgeous rugged mountains and shining sea surrounding it.

Now, there are multitudinous ways of experiencing the beauty of Cape Town, with Table Mountain being the best way. A hike up the mountain highlights the city in ways that will leave you picking your jaws from the floors.

Apart from the views, Table Mountain is home to various wildlife, including tortoises, porcupines, mongooses, snakes, eagles, vultures, and falcons. Not one to run out of wonders, strolls down Cape Town’s waterfronts will have you encounter whales, penguins, and a diverse range of botanical beauty.

To also look forward to is Cape Town’s sandy tropical beaches, tranquil, scenic, and with waters worth every dime.

Honeymoon Walk at The Garden Route

Pristine and in every sense enthralling, South Africa‘s Garden Route takes you through 200km of some of the most bewildering coastal sceneries known to man. From Mossel Bay to the Storms River, the wildly popular route passes through gently sloping hills, lively seaside towns, cliffs, lakes, and picturesque lagoons.

Highlights of the route include Knysna, a beautiful town sandwiched between thick forests and a sparkly lagoon, and the Garden Route National Park with its ravines, pools, and dense woods. Others are the Oudtshoorn’s Ostrich Farm and the Robberg Nature Reserve.

The Garden Route’s beaches are where to hang out if you are looking for a romantic away-from-the-world time. Its shorelines and impeccable weather are more than welcoming. To bond over are bird watching, sightseeing, hiking, and dolphin viewing.

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The 2000 merger between South Africa’s Kalahari Gemsbok National Park and Botswana’s Gemsbok National Parks results in the Kgalagadi, the world’s largest wilderness park. The park lies in the heart of dry land, a region characterized by fiery sands, vast grasslands, thorny trees, and a huge wildlife variety.

The amazing desert scenery turns riveting with sightings of leopards, hyenas, lions, gemsboks, cheetahs, hyenas, wildebeests, elands, and springboks. For your South Africa honeymoon safari, amaze yourselves at meerkats, have brunch at a scenic spot in the park or go on a day walk.

Game drives around the park are always an exciting way of experiencing the park.

Sceneries at Drakensberg Mountain

Home to South Africa’s highest peaks, the Drakensberg has sceneries, wildlife, and greenery you wouldn’t want to miss on your South Africa honeymoon safari. The world-acclaimed Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park, Royal Natal Park, and the Amphitheatre account for a huge part of this magnificence. This is the source of South Africa’s main waterways.

The Giant’s Castle Game Reserve, which accounts for many of South Africa’s elands, also lies within the Drakensberg region. The Drakensberg is where to be in the summers; the mountain landscapes bustling in green, the waterfalls thundering with water, and the streams sparkling with life.

Enjoy a sundowner hike down its mean trails, go fishing, rock climb, raft its rivers, or enjoy the wondrous scenery via a hot air balloon.

Best Time to Visit South Africa for Honeymoon Holidays

The cooler winter months of May to September prove excellent for wildlife viewing in South Africa. However, birders on safaris to South Africa are advised to visit during the rainy season from November to February.

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A View of the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa

4. Destination for Honeymoon Tour – Botswana

From the unsmiling wildernesses of the Kalahari to the gently-mannered islands of the Okavango, a Botswana honeymoon safari is genuinely the kind of vacation you deserve. The southern African country offers unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities and diverse sceneries ranging from savannahs and woodlands to charming contemporary cities.

Here are some of the best African honeymoon destinations in Botswana to add to your safari honeymoon packages:

Chobe National Park

Home to Africa’s largest elephant population, the Chobe lies within the Okavango Delta and is exceptional in its rich ecosystems, huge wildlife, and bird varieties. More than 120,000 elephants roam its soils, other worthwhile additions being buffaloes, hippos, leopards, antelopes, zebras, lions, wildebeests, elands, and giraffes.

A romantic sundown cruise down the Linyanti River introduces you to Chobe’s variety, swamps, woodlands, and floodplains being some of the highlights. Owing to its huge waterbird population, the park is also an ideal birding destination and perfect for sightseeing.

Other indulging activities include game drives, private cruises, and excellent photography opportunities.

Okavango Delta

Unquestionably Botswana’s finest, the Okavango River, cuts across the Kalahari’s arid lands, creating instead an inland delta brimming with birds and wildlife population. The delta clusters picturesque lagoons, unwinding water channels, grassy islands, and impressive wildlife, all of which can be explored by motorized boats.

The UNESCO world heritage site doesn’t play when it comes to its wildlife, common sightings being the elephants, hippos, and the lechwe antelopes. Game drives are yet another unique way of experiencing the enchanting oasis.

With the drives come exposure to the almost 2000,000 mammals, residents of the delta, and the thousands of birds scattered all through the area. Other activities to engage in include; nature walks and camping with your lover at Savuti and Linyanti camps. 

A nearby Moremi National Park visit is also promising regarding wildlife sightings.

Nxai Pan National Park

Lying on the northeastern side of Botswana, the Nxai Pan National Park is all about wildlife and out-of-this-world sceneries. Now, there are two seasons in the park; when the park is all dry (when it’s thriving in wildlife) and greenery.

The dry Nxai Park quenches the travel bug in you with its great dunes, sky-high baobab trees, and eye-catching salt pans. When it rains, however, the once dry parks get flooded and completely covered in green.

With the waters comes wildlife, transforming the park into a beautiful bird-watching and wildlife viewing haven. Hundreds of zebras are seen nibbling on the fresh grass of the Nxai Pan, as well as generous amounts of wildebeests, springboks, giraffes, and hartebeests.

Also, watch out for predators like the cheetah, lions, wild dogs, and foxes.

Moremi Game Reserve

What the Moremi Game Reserve lacks in size, it doubles in wildlife variety. Bordering the Chobe National park and Okavango Delta to the east, the Moremi Game Reserve is where to go for wholesome wildlife and bird viewing romantic escapades.

Over 500 bird species populate the park, and recently the Big Five, thanks to the white and black rhino’s re-introduction. Raft a mokoro (motorized boat) around its waters and get the first-hand experience of the beautiful coexistence between wildlife and greenery.

Other wildlife to spot includes impalas, jackals, giraffes, hippos, zebras, wild dogs, buffaloes, and hyenas.

Best Time to Visit Botswana for African Honeymoons

The best time to travel to Botswana is during the dry season of May to October when the days are hot and the nights a little chilly. Surprisingly, the waters at the Okavango are highest then, the area overflowing in an abundance of wildlife and greenery.

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You Can Spot the Wild Dogs at Moremi Game Reserve

5. Great Honeymoon Destination – Namibia

Named after the oldest African desert (the Namib Desert), Namibia is a country of magnificent desert lands, rust-red dunes, ferocious seas, and huge wildlife varieties. We take through this country that topped Lonely Planet’s 2010 Best Country to Visit list, highlighting some of its most popular must-sees.

Here are some exquisite Namibian destinations for your bush honeymoon packages.

Namib Desert

Snuggled between a flat-topped plateau and the Atlantic Ocean, the Namib Desert is a coastal desert spread between Namibia, South Africa, and Angola. The desert is anything but lonely, its vast drylands teeming with both wildlife and vegetation.

Its plains are home to a decent number of desert-adapted zebras, ostriches, giraffes, springboks, oryx, and predators like leopards, hyenas, jackals, foxes, and wild cats. Enjoy a perfect night with your partner in Dark Sky Reserve, basking under the lights of a thousand stars, or have a romantic date overlooking the stunning Namib Desert dunes.

To taste the Namib wildlife, visit its nature reserve, the largest in Africa.

The Sossusvlei

The Sossusvlei perfectly represents Namibia’s alluring beauty, best described as a never-ending sea of red brick dunes, blinding white salt pans, and rough ancient trees. The salt pan lies within Africa’s largest conservation area, the Namib-Naukluft Conservation Area, where to go for those effortless honeymoon pictures.

Try experiencing the Sossusvlei landscape by a hot-air balloon. A visit to the Sossusvlei introduces you to Namibia’s unforgettable parts, climbing the Big Daddy, a highlight worth its weight in gold. It’s all you and your spouse will talk about all year long.

Etosha National Park

It’s an open secret; Namibia is where safari beginners run when all they want for their honeymoon is wildlife action and breathtaking views. Known for its excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, the Etosha National Park is unsurpassed in its game life.

Antelopes, elephants, zebras, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, caracals, and giraffes call the park home; the park’s mammal count is nearing the 114 mark. The park is a birder’s haven, and more than 340 bird species reside in the park.

Take a guided safari walk around the park as you enjoy wildlife sightings, or enjoy sundowners with music and a glass of wine.

The Victoria Falls

The Victoria Falls are technically in Zimbabwe, but their proximity to Namibia makes them a must-have on our bush honeymoon packages. Scenic and captivating by every measure in the world, Victoria Falls is a mile-wide cliff whose waters pour 100m down the cliff.

The scenery is hypnotic, and the rainforest nearby is more than suitable for those beautiful honeymoon pics you so desire. Go on a romantic sunset cruise down the crystal clear waters of the river nearby, or try rafting or game drives in the Zambezi National Park.

Best Time to Visit Namibia for African Honeymoons

The hot and dry months from July to October are the best months to visit Namibia. The chances of it raining are lower, making the weather perfect for wildlife viewing and site seeing. And no, no other continent in the world promises such astounding variety. 

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You Can View the Victoria Falls in Namibia

Unique Honeymoon Safari Experiences – Honeymoon Packages FAQs

If you’re thinking of going on a honeymoon safari in Africa, you’ll likely have some questions. Here are the most common questions and answers about honeymoons in Africa.

1. How much does a honeymoon trip cost?

The cost of a honeymoon trip to Africa will depend on a number of factors, including the destination, level of luxury, and length of the trip. At the lower end of the scale, you can expect to pay around \$1000 per person for a basic week-long safari package. At the high end, a luxurious trip with all the bells and whistles can cost upwards of $10,000 per person.

2. What is included in the honeymoon packages?

A honeymoon tour package typically includes accommodation, transportation, meals, and guided activities. Some packages may also include other extras such as on-site spa treatments, wine tastings, and more.

3. Which are the cheapest countries for a honeymoon?

While the cost of a honeymoon in Africa will vary depending on your specific destination, some countries are typically more affordable than others. For example, Namibia is generally considered to be one of the more affordable destinations, with a wide range of budget-friendly safari options available.

4. Is Kenya a good place for your honeymoon tour package?

Kenya is among the leading honeymoon destinations in the world. Not only does it offer some of the best wildlife viewing experiences in the world, but it also has a variety of luxury hotels, resorts, and other romantic amenities. Kenya is also known for its great beaches, making it an ideal location for beach honeymooners as well.

5. Where is the best place to book a honeymoon package? ( is the best option for booking your honeymoon tour in India. We offer a wide range of affordable and customizable safari packages, as well as expert guidance and support to help you plan a perfect international honeymoon tour package while in India.

6. Is Masai Mara good for a honeymoon?

If you want to go for an international honeymoon tour that you will remember forever, you should consider Masai Mara National Reserve.  Not only is it incredibly beautiful, but it also has a huge range of wildlife and breathtaking scenery that you won’t find in other wildlife destinations in the world.

7. Which travel agency is best for honeymoon packages?

When it comes to booking honeymoon packages, you can’t go wrong with Our expert travel consultants will work with you from the comfort of your sofa in India to ensure you have one of the best honeymoon packages you and your partner will remember forever.

8. How do I choose my honeymoon package?

There are a number of important factors to consider when choosing your honeymoon package, including a budget, destination preferences, and other special requests.

9. Is Kenya a good honeymoon destination?

Kenya is considered to be one of the top honeymoon destinations for couples, thanks to its magnificent wildlife viewing along with beautiful beaches.

10. Where is the best place to go for a honeymoon?

The best romantic destinations you and your partner should go for your international honeymoon include Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, and Mauritius. Each of these destinations has its own unique charm and plenty of romantic activities to enjoy for couples.

11. What are the best honeymoon packages for couples?

If you’re looking for the most romantic and unique experience that you’ll remember forever, safari honeymoon packages are some of the best. With plenty of beautiful landscapes, a wide range of animals to see, and luxury accommodation options, safari tours are perfect for lovers looking for a romantic getaway.

12. Can you book your honeymoon safari online while in India?

You can book your honeymoon tour package with, the premier travel agency for international honeymoon tour packages. We have many tours that you and your partner can book to enjoy the best of African wildlife along with the beach.