Embark on a 13-night honeymoon that elegantly unites wild adventures with tranquil retreats. Begin in Mara North Conservancy, where the untamed beauty of Kenya envelops you. Witness the theatre of life on the savannah, where the Big Five are the stars and the sunsets the perfect backdrop. Journey next to Northern Serengeti, an undulating landscape of sensory delights, where the wildebeest migration echoes the pulse of the wild. Here, you’re not just observing nature; you’re enveloped by it.
Finally, let the soft sands and azure waters of Mahe Island cradle you in serenity. It’s a natural sanctuary, not merely a beach; a place where time seems to slow down, and the soul feels its deepest sense of peace.
Throughout your sojourn, exquisite accommodation serves as your retreat—oases of luxury that understand the sublime art of balancing elegance with nature’s overwhelming beauty.
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During your 13-night honeymoon, you’ll find sanctuary in handpicked five-star abodes that masterfully harmonise understated elegance with thoughtful practicality. Each locale promises an atmosphere steeped in both comfort and discernment.
Should you feel the allure of alternative settings, rest assured that our rich portfolio is ripe with meticulously chosen options. The journey remains ever-adaptable, eager to conform to your personal inclinations. Your dreams, our guiding architecture.
Situated along the Nairobi River, Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, stands as East Africa’s hub of cosmopolitan charm. Ideal as a gateway to Kenyan safaris, it’s the continent’s fourth-largest city, buzzing with vitality and rich experiences. Here, a thriving cafe scene and pulsating nightlife coexist with cultural jewels like the National Museum and Karen Blixen Museum.
Remarkably, a mere 20-minute drive from the city centre transports you to the world’s only urban game reserve, where wild lions and buffalo roam freely.
For a truly unique encounter, consider a visit to the elephant orphanage managed by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Located in southwest Kenya, Mara North Conservancy offers a private expanse of wilderness covering more than 30,000 hectares. This captivating landscape is a sanctuary for a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the Big Five—elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard—as well as cheetahs and numerous migratory species like wildebeest and zebra.
Leopard Gorge, at the heart of the conservancy, has gained fame through its frequent features in BBC’s Big Cat Diaries and National Geographic documentaries.
Adjacent to the renowned Maasai Mara National Reserve, Mara North plays a crucial role in supporting both the legendary Serengeti wildebeest migrations and the conservation of endangered species such as the African wild dog and black rhino.
In the expansive landscapes of the Northern Serengeti, the great migration unfolds as a defining spectacle. The terrain features sprawling savannas punctuated by acacia clusters and ribbon-like woodlands along riverbanks.
The Mara River serves as a stage where the drama of wildebeest migration—numbering in the hundreds of thousands—takes place. The region is a living tableau of plains game, from buffalo, zebra, and gazelles to impala and giraffes, and not to forget the predatory presence of lions and leopards.
Offering more than just game viewing, the area invites you to indulge in birdwatching, hot-air ballooning, guided safaris, and intimate bush walks.
Overnight stay before departing for the beautiful Mahe Island in the Seychelles.
As the Seychelles’ largest island, Mahe is a nexus of culture and natural beauty, hosting the international airport and the tranquil capital city, Victoria. The city serves as a culinary and entertainment hub for a sizable portion of the population. Venture beyond the city limits, and you’ll discover Mahe’s lush, mountainous terrain, accentuated by thick tropical forests and rugged stony landscapes.
The island’s coastline boasts around 75 spectacular beaches, with Beau Vallon standing out as the crown jewel. This pristine, white-sand sanctuary is framed by expansive bays, offering unparalleled opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
About STORY HOTEL
Situated on the scenic Beau Vallon Beach, STORY Seychelles occupies a slice of paradise in one of Mahè Island’s most upscale areas. A mere 10-minute drive from the capital, Victoria, and just 5 minutes from Morne Seychelles National Park, its location is both convenient and breathtaking.
The beach itself is a stretch of powdery white sand lapped by turquoise waters, offering an ideal setting for swimming and snorkeling.
The resort elevates your stay with a luxurious selection of rooms, suites, and villas that seamlessly blend Seychellois heritage with lavish décor and modern comforts. With seven on-site restaurants and bars, culinary delight is at your fingertips.
Wellness and leisure are also covered, thanks to a spa, fitness center, and swimming pool, making your stay nothing short of extraordinary.