Welcome to Wedding and Honeymoon Guide

a foray purposed to ease planing for a successful wedding celebration and magical honeymoon experience.

Destination weddings and honeymoons are increasingly the choice for lovebirds of  all ages, whether for the first, second or third time or just hopeless romantics renewing their vows. In East Africa, we have an unbridled selection of these venues, as well as great service providers. We bring you destinations and experiences that deserve a top spot on your bucket list.

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Uganda Airlines is still flying at its promotional rates till end of November, a perfect honeymoon offer!
While a return journey to Nairobi is still going for $ 278 , Juba is at $ 225, Mogadishu $ 590. A return ticket to Dar es Salam is $ 286, Bujumbura $ 292 Mombasa $ 325 and Kilimanjaro $ 311. All rates are inclusive of taxes.

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If you love horse rides, this experience is worth a top spot on your bucket-list. It takes place at a beautiful countryside by the banks of the world’s longest river, Nile. The horses are lovely and we;; natured. The route is enchanting, and will give you plenty of time to feel the harmony and pristine […]
Cape Town is a peaceful South African destination with lots of cozy resorts and tranquil white sand beaches. Whether you are looking for a honeymoon getaway that delivers at all levels or a holiday gem, it will make your dream come true with its endless list of sensational adventures. Here are some that can’t be […]
You won’t regret casting your fate to the wind in this sightseeing tour of Pilanesberg, one of South Africa’s favourite biggest National Parks. A first class ticket for you to behold a birds’ view of contrasting wild landscape and watch thousands of wildlife roaming in the plains.
What is an adventure without an awesome dose of adrenaline rush? Nothing, yeah? The crew at Sky Dive Diani know it and boy do they deliver. Get this; you might not feel your breath at all as you plummet, but again, don’t fret. www.skydivediani.com