Wild rivers rush, birds chirp and the roar of lions fills the air…welcome to the untamed land of Zambia where safaris thrill, evenings delight and five-star luxury meets awe-inspiring natural wonderland! Cuddle under the stars, elope through the savannah and haggle in the markets for souvenirs at rock-bottom prices. Tango with tigers and dodge reptiles on a trek through the bush. Bathe in bliss with picnics and swimming in warm lakes and idyllic rivers. On their honeymoon in Zambia, couples can really “get wild”!
Browse fruit and craft markets in the towns and villages and negotiate with merchants for artifacts like statues, rugs, tribal masks, drums, and hand-woven clothing. Take a quiet trip canoeing or steal off to Victoria Falls, one of the largest cataracts in the world, where the ferocious waters cascade like rain from the gods into the valley beneath!
Of course, couples can also feel all the excitement of natural Zambia with a honeymoon safari. But in Zambia, safari by 4×4 is just one of the options. Honeymooners with a real apetite for adventure can climb up the back of an African Elephant and see the savannah riding shotgun on the beasts themselves! With kayak guides to take couples down the Zambezi River, safaris by water are another exciting way to keep your honeymoon on the wild side.
Fasten your seat belts…honeymoons in Zambia are romantic African adventures with a heart of gold.
The 2 Best Honeymoon Resorts in Zambia
Tongabezi Lodge is a romantic hideaway on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream from Victoria Falls. Recognized for its unusually thorough responsible travel practices and adored for giving guests what they really want, Tongabezi offers unique itineraries, personalized service and expansive views from fabulously designed, spacious rooms and…
On the banks of the Luangwa river, in the remote Nsefu sector on the north side of South Luangwa National Park, you’ll find the historic Nsefu camp. Nsefu is operated by Robin Pope Safaris which is the only operator in this area of the park. It was the very first…