Honeymoons 2021: Best Post Covid-19 Honeymoon Destinations

Honeymoon is probably the most beautiful period of your life and everyone would like to spend this time in the most beautiful way with the loved one of their heart.

If you have had to cancel your honeymoon due to the COVID-19 crisis; first of all, we know this is sad and for this reason, in this article, we will tell you about our selection of the best 2021 honeymoon destinations.

In the selection of destinations that we have prepared for next year, we have looked for places that are little affected by COVID and that are already beginning the de-escalation. Places that offer top-level tourist attractions and security in all aspects.

What you need for a dream honeymoon that will accompany you in your memories forever!

This crisis is changing the way we travel completely. The good thing is that it has also allowed us to prepare measures that allow you to travel with greater guarantees and prepared for any type of incident, either at origin or destination.

Honeymoon in South Africa and Mauritius

Having a honeymoon in South Africa and Mauritius is always a success. The combination of safari, beach and cosmopolitan cities like Cape Town, offers everything we may need on a trip of this caliber.

There will be adventure in the middle of the savannah, paradisiacal beaches and good restaurants and leisure options, from Victoria Falls, in neighbouring Zimbabwe, to the rhinos and lions of Kruger Park, to the penguins of the Cape Peninsula.

Honeymoon destinations in South Africa offers breath-taking scenery, amazing wildlife, and romantic accommodations perfect for a honeymoon. Imagine a dinner under the stars on a tree in the middle of the sheet. Could there be something more romantic?

The end of the trip in Mauritius also guarantees that relaxation that the best trips have. An island where you can sunbathe, enjoy its beaches and seabed and, what is more important, the company. Because the honeymoon is for that, to know more and enjoy that person with whom we are going to build our lives.

Botswana, the land of water

Okavango River

A honeymoon at the luxury destinations Botswana is an option that is gradually gaining more followers. Its location and difficult access make it a very interesting option if you are looking for something really exclusive.

As in the previous case, the Botswana honeymoon safari begins in a neighbouring country, at the spectacular Victoria Falls, before crossing to Chobe National Park.

Already in Botswana territory, not only in Chobe but also in the spectacular Okavango Delta and in Moremi Game Reserve, you will see how the water has completely transformed the ecosystem, with animals such as the swimming lions of the delta.

Of course, this trip combines walking safaris with 4 × 4 safaris and a boat safari on the Okavango, allowing you to discover the different secrets that this unknown country hides, far from the crowds that can occur in other places of the African savanna.

Botswana is a destination for those who want to know a more different Africa. A place that is hidden from the majority but that hides great treasures.

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The Glamping Experience in the Kenyan Paradise

Sleeping in a comfortable lodge facing Kilimanjaro is one of the exclusive luxuries that Kenya offers. Knowing the nature and its cycles in a private safari, enjoying the sunrise from the safe hotels built in trees, watching the animals that come to drink in the lagoon under our feet are the kind of experiences that await you there. National parks like Amboseli, photographic safari, gourmet dinners, and plane transfers: Kenya offers the privilege of enjoying nature uniquely.

Kenya is the destination of dreamers, adventurers, lovers of wildlife and nature but also of colonial glamor. The glamping (glamorous camping) is proposed as an alternative to the honeymoon destinations in South Africa, combining all the comforts that these offer with the freedom to be in direct contact with the environment. This is one of the characteristics of Kenya; the traveler can enjoy endless accommodation in nature without reducing comfort or security.

GAZELLES, ZEBRAS, AND WILDEBEEST WHEN TO TRAVEL TO KENYA?

One million wildebeest, three hundred thousand gazelles, and fifty thousand zebras travel 8,000 km each year in search of pasture, following a circular route marked by the rains that pass through the Serengeti Park and the Maasai Mara reserve. Behind them, birds, cats, rhinos, elephants travel the plains celebrating natural cycles.

This huge feat known as ‘The Great Migration’ happens periodically between Kenya and Tanzania during the dry season, from July to October, which gives us an excellent opportunity to enjoy the sight Continue reading

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