Best African Safaris for Couples.

Africa represents a quintessential picture of pure bliss with idyllic beaches, enchanting national parks teeming with flora and fauna, and top-notch accommodation deluxe hotels offering exquisite cuisine.

With adventure always invariably lurking around the corner, if you’re seeking an enthralling and yet a romantic excursion, then look no further.

Suitable for couples of all ages, the Africa experience will surely get you ready to fall in love all over again.

Bazaruto Archipelago in Mozambique

The ultimate beach destination, located in the southern shores of Mozambique.

An archipelago of five islands that all together form the Bazaruto National park.

It is adorned with pristine beaches and warm turquoise waters, offering a tranquil and lush ambiance.

With an abundant marine life and variety of water sports like scuba diving and snorkeling, ensuring the sea excursions will be a real stress buster.

Accommodation is top notch with hotels and restaurants offering deluxe lodge and mouth-watering cuisines.

Greystoke Mahale in Tanzania

Nestled up at the foot of Mahale mountains national park Greystoke presents an alluring and diverse ambiance.

Engage on chimp trekking jaunts or lay back on the shores of Lake Tanganyika and take in the sights and sounds.

Better yet ride on a dhow and cruise off into the sundown.

Sindabezi Island, Zambia

An isle on the waters of Zambezi River nestles the idyllic yet exclusive Sindabezi Island.

A traveler’s paradise, with five open-sided chalets allowing to take in the pristine setting engulfing them.

Strategically located, looking out over into the Victoria falls, the views are quite awe-inspiring.

Sabi Sands Game Reserve

Set with the floodplains of Sabie river sits the picturesque Lions Sands, Ivory Lodge.

With six deluxe suites in the sole of Sabi Sands Game reserve, couples get to enjoy the spectacular views of the wildlife.

Chalkley treehouse the epicenter of romance at Sabi, where guests get to enjoy the night in the wild and soak in the sights and sounds of the wild.

With a raised deck and a lush king-sized bed, nestled up in the middle of the reserve presents lovers with a brass ring to discover the wildlife in utter seclusion.

Klein’s Camp at Serengeti, Tanzania

It is located at the foot of the Kuka hills in Serengeti National park, offering impressive views of the vast stupendous African wilderness.

Bordering the Maasai Mara, couples enjoy enthralling night game drives, rare wildlife sighting, and bush dining.

Embodied in the sole of Serengeti the tranquil and idyllic environment gives the guests get a chance to relax and unwind

Pelo Camp, Okavango Delta

Pelo signifies ‘heart’ in Setswana, a befitting name which arose from the fact the islands heart-shaped conformation—comprised of five guest tents intrinsically designed for complete indulgence, with a lounge and dining area.

Couples are poled across the wilderness on traditional dugout canoes, ensuring that thy relish every moment spent at Pelo.

Masai Mara and Laikipia, Kenya

A Safari here takes you close to the action as close as you can get on horsebacks; the thrill is quite exhilarating and with a bit of adrenalin rush.

Couples get to explore the salient vast wilderness and visit some of the densely populated locations with wildlife on the reserve.

Madikwe Hills

Nestled on the outcrops of Madikwe hills in the sole of Madikwe Game reserve in South Africa.

The lodge offers an array of activities for the couples to be engaged, with private pools ensure your stay is unmatched. 

Madikwe provides sanctuary to the big five, wild dog, kudu, and a variety of other mammals.

Angama Mara

Angama meaning ‘suspended in mid-air’ in the local Swahili dialect true to its name is located in the Great Rift Valley in the Masai Mara.

The lodge’s rooms appear like they are suspended mid-air over the plains.

Sitting on three kopjes on the Ololoolo, scarp offers splendid panoramic views over Mara National reserve.

With front rows seat to the great migration from look outpost at Angama or waft across the Mara in a hot-air balloon.

Skeleton Coast

Sandwiched between the coastal towns of Swakopmund and Luderitz, and protecting an enormous swathe of unspoiled Namibia Desert.

The parks unpropitious draws its origin from the sailors who were en route to India to sell spices, unable to navigate Namibia’s coastline due to blinding fog a numbered shipwrecked giving birthing what now regarded to as the largest graveyard on the globe.

The Park features a variety of wildlife that may find here; all have developed ways and means of surviving in the harsh conditions.

Accommodation in the vicinity of Sossusvlei is ample, and most lodges provide deluxe living quarters, exquisite cuisines, and experienced guides.

Swakopmund

A former German colony, Swakopmund has become a favorite, famous for its German-themed architecture and culture.

Fascinating and unique destinations, a popular stopover on many Namibia safari itineraries, are the dunes of Sossusvlei and the attractions of northern Namibia.

With a couple of leisure activities and adventures that include sandboarding, camel rides, and off-road driving to ensure your safari is memorable. 

Unwind after a Namibian safari, sample some traditional German beer at a local brewery and unwind with a drink and savor authentic African cuisine at its lively bars and restaurants

Matobo National Park

“Matobo” in the local Ndebele dialect means ‘bald-head,’ thus the Park’s signature assemblage of granite rock outcrops and boulders balancing on top of each other a spectacle known as Kopjes.

The Park is distinguished for the stunning rock art and hidden caves.

The Park also offers a habitat to the vast array of wildlife like Africa’s largest concentration of leopards.

For keen birders, Matobo’s Black Eagles concentration is the highest in the world

Caprivi Safari

A forgotten frontier of the South, located in Eastern Namibia often described as Namibia’s answer to Botswana’s Okavango Delta.

The Caprivi Strip later renamed the Zambezi Region. It provides a sanctuary for a diverse range of animals such as hippo and buffalo.

Rich in biodiversity because its crossed by three rivers, the Zambezi, Kwando, and the Okavango and offers ground for the famous Mokoro rides.

With magnificent wildlife, dramatic game drives, and a legion of rivers, your stay at Caprivi will be monumental

Conclusion

Teeming with wildlife and breathtaking landscapes, a safari in Africa is an utterly unforgettable experience.

Representing a perfect blend between travel and romance, leaving you intrigued because adventure is always lurking.

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