Honeymoon holds an equally prominent place as a wedding does because this is the time when the newly wedded couple can get the best of their time away from the world and start this new phase of life with romance. Hence, a romantic place is very crucial for a perfect honeymoon and Kenya has plenty of such options.
Below are the best honeymoon places in Kenya for the newly wedded ones.
Mombasa is an exotic island that is connected by ferries and bridges to the vast coastline of Kenya. Its stunning beaches with white sands are perfect for a romantic day out. Its beach facing resorts serve the best of adventurous sports and seclusion with a touch of romance. People can spot dolphins and even go for snorkeling and diving and explore the underwater life. To explore the island little more, visit the Old Town and ancient ruins that enrich your knowledge with its vast history. Its UNESCO World Heritage site Fort Jesus is worth giving a visit if history brings curiosity in you. Its wildlife is also there to entertain you. The animal lovers just can’t skip the Haller Park. Overall Mombasa is one of the best options for a honeymoon in Kenya.
Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, is a unique blend of art and culture, traditions, adventure, and wildlife. Waking up amidst waters at its beach-front resorts and hotels is one of the best experiences the city offers. If its Ngong hills are the best place for feeding your adventurous soul, the vibrant Maasai Market is there to encounter you with the authentic African art and handicrafts like jewelry, textiles, and beaded bowls brought to everyone by local vendors. Being an African city, Nairobi is also rich in wildlife and has special centers for giraffes, elephants, and rhinos. If you’re looking for some out-of-the-box lodging options, opt for the riverside cottages that don’t fail to give you and your partner a break from the rest of the world.
- Lake Naivasha
If you and your counterpart are close to nature, then Lake Naivasha is a go-to place in Kenya. It is filled with enormous options of riverside camping, sightseeing, and rock climbing. If you are looking for varied options at one place to cover at a short time, Hells Gate National Park is worth giving a visit as the place offers stunning views, rock climbing, mountain biking, bird watching, horse riding, hiking, and a natural hot water spa. The Malewa River and Crater Lakes are the best places for camping near water.
- Diani Beach
It is one of the leading beach destinations of Africa, mainly owing to the weather and its offerings to the tourists. The 17 km long stretch of water from the Kongoriver in the north to the Galu beach in the south and the innumerable palm trees set the perfect backdrop for all your clicks that you can boast of in front of your friends. The place is widely known for its coral reefs, unique black-and-white colobus monkeys, and the Shimba Hills National Reserve just beside the vast Indian Ocean. You can try your hands on jet-skiing, snorkeling, sky diving, and kitesurfing at its various spots. The beach doesn’t run short of food, shopping, and lodging options.
Ukunda is yet another place where you can spend your time close to nature, wildlife, and heart-throbbing adventures. You can opt for any Safari tour available in numbers. Experience the marine life in its Dhow Safari. Don’t miss scuba diving and snorkeling with the crabs, talking with the air while windsurfing and kitesurfing. If its Jet Ski safari gives you goosebumps on water, the Wildlife Safari and Jeep Safari may also leave you astonished while encountering some special breeds of animals.
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