Planning for the honeymoon is as well very crucial and needs very careful considerations before deciding the destination(s) to visit and spend your honeymoon as well as the general honeymoon style.
Without lying, planning for the honeymoon especially in a distant destination is an exhilarating process full of excitement, anxiety, fear, enthusiasm, and hope especially when you are in the beginning stages of arranging for an event.
While everyone has their own reasons for choosing Uganda as their honeymoon destination, they all have the common reason which is the country being among the top yet affordable destinations in East Africa which has a lot in stock.
So if you’re looking to plan for honeymoon in Uganda, you have made the right and a very fantastic choice, truly, whether it is in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or Queen Elizabeth National Park your honeymoon in Uganda isn’t going to fall short of your expectations.
If you like to see wild animals on your honeymoon in Uganda, you’re going to see plenty of them. In fact, elephants, hippo, zebra, and buffalo, lion, chimps, and gorilla are common in Uganda. However, there is no wildebeest and black rhino while the white rhino and cheetah are very rare.
Apart from Bwindi impenetrable forest which has a whooping a half population of the remaining endangered mountain gorillas, Uganda is very unique when it comes to the perfect mix of Savannah and forest nature parks.
So whether you’re looking for the most unique African destination for your honeymoon vacation or maybe an affordable yet amazing honeymoon experience, or is it something off-the-beaten path? Uganda has got something for everyone. Honeymoon experience in Uganda is never going to be the normal going to be different than the traditional hotel based honeymoons, a bit of something unique.
And guess what?
There is an increasing trend of couples looking to do their honeymoons in a more different way, trying to mix some sort of wilderness & adventure with beach holidays and when it comes to Africa, the common thing now among many couples is doing their engagement in Africa only to return later for a small yet unique private wedding followed by honeymoon across the wildlife parks.
Our honeymoon safari planning experts, Angel & Caudence believes that planning for a honeymoon is just exciting yet challenging as planning the wedding itself, and as much as couples would like their wedding to be as perfect as possible, they should as well make the same efforts to ensuring their honeymoon is as memorable as the wedding.
To make sure that your honeymoon lives to its expectations, and leaves you with and your beloved one with a lifetime romantic-cum adventure honeymoon experience, our honeymoon safari planning experts, Angel & Caudence gives away;
The best places for a honeymoon in East Africa
Uganda honeymoon safari
Honeymoon in Uganda is best enjoyed when you visit Nile River, Bwindi impenetrable National park, Bunyonyi and Queen Elizabeth. So if you’re going to do your honeymoon in Uganda, reserving a day or two along the longest river in the world, Nile River and there do a white water rafting and boat rides. A private boat riding in Nile River will give you the much needed privacy while enjoying the beautiful scenic river banks.
CNN Travel once said the most beautiful place on the planet lies in Uganda, CNN went even far to mention it’s name – Bwindi impenetrable forest. Lonely planet once said that Bwindi is one of the most unusual honeymoon spots in the world.
Apart from the beautiful evergreen rainforest of Bwindi impenetrable National park is the only place in Africa where Chimpanzees and gorillas co-exist. Depending on what appeals to you most, gorilla tracking, wildlife viewing, cultural tours, biking tours, walking and birding are there on your Uganda honeymoon plate for you to grab.
Elsewhere in Uganda, Lake Bunyonyi has the perfect and most safe beach in East Africa where you’re free to chill out and swim without the fear of crocodiles and hippos who are no existent in the lake. Spending a few nights around the second deepest lake in the continent, your Uganda honeymoon safari will surely be the one to live with you forever when it comes to memories.
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