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  • Bill, we had an excellent trip. Everything went as planned without issue, and generally we were happy with all of the service providers involved. Benrosa did a great job of meeting us and providing transportation services – the staff was very friendly and flexible. The Kicheche camp was nicer than expected. A very polished camp, well run, with excellent food. Andy is superb and runs a tight ship (he said to say hello) and they have some excellent guides. Every detail was handled flawlessly and service is impeccable. The setting is very nice being on a lake – we were able to canoe a bit. The game viewing in Laikipia was good. We were able to spot some wild African dogs which was a treat given how rare they are, and the white Rhino exhibit is well done. Also spotted a black rhino. The Offbeat camp was not as nice as expected. It might have been the fact that we just came from Kicheche. However, the game viewing in the Mara is excellent. Many cats close to camp – lots of lions and leopards, although did not see a cheetah. Lots of elephants, and many similar herbivores as Ol Pejeta with the exception of water bucs and rhinos. A little easier to spot things given the general openness of the terrain. Saw lots of animals on kills which was a plus. We also visited a nearby Maasi village which was a good experience and a taste of rural Africa. Bottom line – both camps provided great experiences. I surveyed the family, and if they had to choose to go back to only one of them, the consensus was they would choose Offbeat as the scenery, wildlife, and natural feel more than compensated for the lack of more refined accommodations. I think the kids also enjoyed the younger, more informal staff which led to more games, laughs, etc. Thanks for helping coordinating a great experience!

    Todd and family travelled to Kenya
Chyulu Hills & Amboseli on Ride KenyaDiani beach loungers, Kenya coastElsa's Kopje swimming pool, Meru, KenyaLamu sunset, KenyaMasai bush walk, Masai Mara, KenyaOl Seki view, Masai Mara, KenyaRainbow game drive, Masai Mara, KenyaSala's Camp lazy afternoon, Masai Mara, Kenya


Honeymoons & Weddings

‘Bush & Beach’ Honeymoons in Kenya

Kenya is a popular honeymoon destination due to the simple fact that it offers amazing game-viewing and beautiful beaches, and crucially, the two are relatively easy to combine. Kenya also tends to be the most affordable of the ‘bush and beach’ options, though it does obviously depend on where you stay. The great thing about Kenya is the variety of options on offer, so you can really tailor-make your honeymoon to suit your personal tastes, interests and budget. The Masai Mara is such a fantastic safari option (especially for first-timers on safari) that even if the Kenya coast does not appeal (or it is the wrong time of year), you may wish to consider a Kenya honeymoon safari in conjunction with a beach extension further afield.

There are many safari options to choose from in Kenya. If you’re looking for romance, exclusivity and pampering, consider Sasaab in Samburu, Saruni in the Masai Mara, or Ol Donyo Lodge in the Chyulu Hills. For a more down to earth safari experience but still with a bit of ‘wow’, try a tented camp such as Naibor in the Masai Mara or a boutique lodge such as Elsa’s Kopje in Meru. For those looking for a great wildlife experience at an affordable level, consider the Kicheche camps or Offbeat Mara in the famous Masai Mara. It is possible to combine a more adventurous tented safari with a more luxurious lodge safari to create the perfect balance between romance, pampering, game-viewing and adventure. Some of the tented safaris may require a more adventurous spirit, but the whole experience is so much more personal and intimate than you might experience in larger, seemingly more comfortable lodges.

For the beach, the range of properties in Kenya is huge, from resort-style hotels like Serena Beach and Pinewood Village, to exclusive island retreats such as Manda Bay and The Funzi Keys. ‘Robinson Crusoe’ hideaways like Kizingo and Kiwayu offer raw escapism. It is also possible to combine a Kenya safari with a beach extension to Zanzibar, The Seychelles, Mauritius or Mozambique.

Safari Weddings in Kenya

We have arranged numerous romantic weddings in such iconic locations as the foothills of Mount Kenya and the rolling grasslands of the Masai Mara. Your wedding can be tailored to suit your requirements – either with all the frills, or just romantic simplicity. There is a little more paper work involved and you will need a couple of days in Nairobi to start with, but overall, it is relatively straight forward. Obviously your ‘bush wedding’ can be incorporated into a longer safari and beach itinerary. Please see our general honeymoons & weddings page for more specific information on getting married in Africa.

Please see our general accommodation on safari page for more information on different styles of accommodation on safari. If you are looking into your first ever trip to Africa, you may wish to visit our planning a safari section.

Whatever your specific ideas and desires, we specialise in designing individually tailored itineraries and can offer you the expertise and personal service required to guarantee a perfect Kenya honeymoon or wedding safari.

For information on Kenya honeymoons and weddings please call us on 01787 888590 or contact us to discuss your ideas and requirements.