You're planning on tying the know, wedding plans are in full swing, but someone has to think about the honeymoon right? An adventure awaits and what better way to celebrate your love than a trip to blissful Zanzibar? Secluded beaches, golden sunsets, rum cocktails, magical moments and exhilarating activities set the scene for your romantic honeymoon and it's really affordable! Don’t miss these romantic honeymoon hot spots on your holiday in Zanzibar.
Stroll along the shores of Matemwe Beach
Escape the crowds and discover your own piece of paradise at beautiful Matemwe Beach. Stroll hand-in-hand along the powdery white sand at sunset. Soak up the gorgeous view of Mnemba Island in the distance. Sip cocktails as the sun sets over the sparkling waves. And get a feel for local living in the quaint fishing village nearby.
Explore the Mtoni Palace Ruins
Once home to Arabian royalty, these scenic ruins now welcome couples to explore walkways lit by lanterns, followed by a romantic meal and fascinating live performances. During the day, get marooned on a private sand bank during low tide, while dining on freshly caught seafood grills and snorkelling in the shallow waters.
Dine at The Rock
Perched on a rock just off the northern shore of Zanzibar, The Rock Restaurant is one of the island’s most romantic attractions. The unique setting and delicious cuisine are complemented by the gentle murmur of waves on the rocks below, while a canopy of stars sets the scene for your intimate candle-lit dinner.
Swim with dolphins at Kizimkazi
This is one for the photo book! Head to the laid-back fishing village of Kizimkazi and frolic with friendly bottle-nose dolphins in the waves. It’s a magical experience you and your special someone will never forget.
Discover Prison Island
Just a 30-minute boat ride from Zanzibar, Prison Island is a wonderland of history, marine life and scenic beauty. Delve into the rich history of the island. Explore its pristine shores. Encounter gentle giant tortoises. Then slip into the warm waves and snorkel the colourful reef beneath.