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Zambia Honeymoon

Zambian safaris are nothing short of exciting, romantic and memorable!

Zambia Honeymoon
© Time&Tide
© Time&Tide

Zambia is often referred to as the ‘wild’ Africa and offers a real and authentic wilderness experience away from the crowds that, for example, East Africa may bring. This is what makes it an ideal choice for honeymooners!

The game viewing activities and safari experience in Zambia is so diverse – exhilarating walking safaris, heightened night game drives, fishing expeditions and canoe trips being just a few of the activities on offer. On top of that, the accommodation is rustic and romantic, made of makuti thatch with open-air bathrooms to relax in the bath whilst gazing at the stars. What a way to toast to married life!

We have been tailor-making luxury Zambia honeymoons for over a decade and so can draw on a wealth of experience in making sure that you are staying in the right property and having the best time possible. When you first start to plan your Zambia honeymoon, we always recommend having a chat on the phone initially to be able to run through a few options and logistics of Zambia generally, but more importantly, to give us an idea of what you are looking for (safari experience, accommodation etc.) so that we can put together the best experience possible for you.

The safari camps across Zambia are very accommodating to honeymoon couples – offering special offers, multi-camp discounts or special experiences such as a private dinner in the bush, or champagne sundowners in a beautiful location. Please let us know if it is your honeymoon from the onset so that we can advise the best itineraries, deals and accommodation for a memorable trip!

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The best regions for Honeymoon in Zambia:

Our Top Five Honeymoon Lodges in Zambia:

  1. Chindeni Bushcamp

    Chindeni Bush Camp

    Chindeni is one of the most popular camps out of The Bushcamp Company portfolio, especially for keen birders! The camp overlooks a lagoon which is home to plentiful pelicans, yellow-billed storks, fish eagles, kingfishers and many more. The rooms are spacious and luxurious and the staff and guiding... More...

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  2. Chinzombo

    Chinzombo

    As the flagship Norman Carr property in South Luangwa, Chinzombo goes above and beyond in terms of its luxury accommodation. Sat on the curve of the Luangwa River, Chinzombo and its six spacious villas offer panoramic views overlooking the frequent wildlife that visit the river. Award-winning... More...

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  3. Kakuli Camp

    Kakuli Camp

    Perched above the Luangwa River, Kakuli is a bush camp from the Norman Carr/ Time and Tide portfolio. The camp is comprised of large suites which are all beautifully open-plan, with the front of the room open to the wilderness and the bathroom open-air. The guiding is fantastic, the service is... More...

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  4. Old Mondoro Camp

    Old Mondoro Camp

    Owned and run by the Cumings family (who also run Chiawa Camp further to the west), this small and intimate camp is one of our favourites in all of the Lower Zambezi, and possibly Zambia! With only four safari chalets and a very authentic, wild and natural feel to their design and layout, Old... More...

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  5. Nsefu Camp - Bedroom

    Nsefu Camp

    Nsefu Camp homes history and exceptional wildlife. Built in 1956 by Norman Carr, this was the first safari lodge to occupy the South Luangwa National Park. It is the only camp located on the rich plains of the Nsefu Secor, and run by Robin Pope Safaris, it excels in its quality of service and... More...

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