Why choose to honeymoon in Zimbabwe? Zimbabwe is arguably one of southern Africa's most beautiful countries offering an astounding variety of spectacular scenery and wildlife. Added to this is a richness of culture, a fascinating history, a wide variety of attractions and one of the world's best climates. For these reasons Zimbabwe can be a fantastic choice for honeymoon couples.
Imagine the excitement of an early morning game drive or a star-studded African night blanketing your luxurious canvas tent or even a romantic bath overlooking the hippo-filled Zambezi River. Smouldering sunsets provide endless opportunities for champagne toasts and for the more adventurous honeymooners there's canoe trips, helicopter flips, white water rafting and bungee jumping.
Mahlatini's honeymoon consultants have scoured Zimbabwe to find luxury accommodation options catering specifically to the needs of honeymooners. The staff will ensure lasting memories organising surprises such as candlelit baths and private meals in out -of-the-way locations.
Mahlatini have spent years designing unforgettable honeymoons for hundreds of newlyweds. It is our pleasure to assist you in planning a memorable experience for the first part of your journey in life together.
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Read what our previous clients thought of their Zimbabwe Honeymoon
Honeymoon to Botswana, South Africa & Zimbabwe
The trip was amazing! We had so much fun at each destination and the accommodations and service were fantastic. Everything went very smoothly, even with the added complications due to COVID-19. We certainly have the travel bug now!
Honeymoon to Botswana, Namibia & Zimbabwe
Steve and the team at Mahlatini exceed all of our expectations on our honeymoon. They planned a stunning trip for us through Namibia, Victoria Falls, and Botswana. We were well taken care of and each destination made us feel truly special. Steve was very flexible with our planning as we had a lot we wanted to do. He knew each destination exceptionally well and gave us great suggestions. He took…