Begin your wedded journey with a 14-night luxury honeymoon itinerary, meticulously curated to unfold the wonders of Southern Africa.
Start at the enchanting Tongabezi Lodge in Livingstone, where the rhythmic roars of the iconic Victoria Falls serenade your evenings. As you head into the pristine wilderness of Kafue National Park, embrace the unique eco-conscious luxury of Ila Safari Lodge.
Your next Kafue destination is the ethereal Chisa Busanga Camp, often described as the ‘Nest in the Sky’, offering unparalleled panoramic vistas. Journey next to South Luangwa National Park, a haven of wildlife, where Shawa Luangwa Camp offers intimate encounters with nature, especially the elusive leopard.
Conclude your romantic sojourn on the golden sands of Likoma Island, Lake Malawi. Here, Kaya Mawa tempts you with its sun-kissed shores and translucent waters. Each destination has been chosen for its unique charm, ensuring every moment of your honeymoon is as unforgettable as the love you celebrate.
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Across your 14-night honeymoon, immerse in select five-star sanctuaries where sophistication seamlessly blends with pure opulence. Every location offers a custom-crafted experience, designed solely for you.
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Livingstone – Victoria Falls
This relaxed border town, nestled by the Zambezi River, pays homage to the renowned Scottish explorer Sir David Livingstone, who in 1855 was the first non-Zambian to stand in awe of Victoria Falls.
Today, Livingstone serves as a gateway to Zambia’s vast landscapes, offering a plethora of heart-pounding activities, from white-water rafting and gorge swings to microlight flights and bungee jumps from the towering Victoria Falls bridge.
While anglers pursue the elusive Tigerfish, the Zambezi’s downstream thrills with formidable rapids, like the infamous ‘overland truck eater.’
In the drier seasons, the daring can swim in Devil’s Pool, an audacious natural infinity pool at the Falls’ brink. And between June to August, during a full moon, the Falls don a magical cloak, shimmering with a nocturnal rainbow.
Kafue National Park
Established by the renowned Norman Carr in the 1950s, Kafue stands as Zambia’s oldest and most expansive national park. Stretching over an impressive 22,400 km², this vast reserve is characterized by sweeping Miombo woodlands, punctuated by seasonal floodplains, meandering rivers, and dambos – the dry riverbeds that become seasonal havens for a myriad of wildlife.
With a diversity surpassing any other park south of the Congo, Kafue is home to vast herds of lechwe and buffalo, and a stronghold for lions, among other predators. Additionally, the park is a birdwatcher’s paradise.
Chisa Busanga Camp
Chisa Busanga Camp seamlessly blends with nature through its thoughtful architecture and eco-friendly design. Drawing inspiration from the intricate weaver bird nests, which the Nyanja term “Chisa” refers to, the camp’s accommodations artfully mirror these natural structures.
Nestled on an island adorned with trees, the camp is committed to sustainability, harnessing solar power for both its lodgings and modes of transport, such as game drive vehicles and bicycles.
Positioned in the remote Busanga Plains of Kafue National Park’s northern reaches, this pristine wetland offers a unique glimpse into one of Africa’s most unspoiled landscapes, ensuring an unparalleled safari encounter.
South Luangwa National Park
Spanning 9,060 km2, South Luangwa boasts a tapestry of landscapes, from dense mopane and ebony forests to vast savannas dotted with the occasional majestic baobab, all cradled by the meandering Luangwa River. This river, Africa’s most pristine major waterway, is the park’s pulsing heart.
South Luangwa is the birthplace of the renowned “walking safari,” offering an intimate immersion into its untouched wilderness. As seasons shift, so does the park’s ambiance, transitioning from arid expanses in winter to a verdant paradise in summer.
Home to 60 animal species and over 400 bird varieties, its diverse ecosystem sadly misses the rhino, lost to poaching. Yet, as the “Valley of the Leopard,” it stands as a prime locale to spot this elusive feline. And with its dense hippo population, the Luangwa River is a favorite haunt for these majestic creatures.
Likoma Island, Lake Malawi
Lake Malawi captivates with its shimmering dance of light, from the sun’s radiant play during the day to the serene glow of fishermen’s lanterns at night. Beneath its surface lies a rich freshwater world teeming with life. Over 400 species of vibrant cichlid fish, many exclusive to the lake, enchant snorkelers and swimmers. Its borders are marked by sandy beaches, towering granite boulders, and dense trees that echo with the cries of African fish eagles.
Likoma Island is a haven of pristine beaches and verdant landscapes, from baobab and mango forests to rugged terrains. The island’s allure isn’t just its natural beauty but also the warmth of its people. As you wander through its villages, genuine smiles greet you. Dominating Likoma town’s skyline is the remarkable St Peter’s Cathedral, a testament to architectural grandeur and one of the continent’s most prominent churches.