Luxury Honeymoon

At a Glance

Whether it is a honeymoon trip or anniversary, this itinerary take you to two very special and different destinations in style. Explore these wildlife rich and luxurious camps in Hwange National Park and Matusadona National Park in Kariba and the breathtaking Victoria Falls as a finale. The perfect combination for the ultimate romantic and exciting safari adventure.


The ‘high’ season runs from June to November, with the rest of the year considered the ‘green’ season. Both have different highlights and features: wildlife populations are at their peak and best visibility during ‘high’ season, whereas a number of animals drop their young in the ‘green’ season. Dependent on your safari expectations, we can pick the best season in which to plan your honeymoon adventure!


11 days (10 nights)


  • 3 nights at Changa (Zimbabwe)
  • 4 nights at The Hide (Zimbabwe)
  • 3 nights at the Victoria Falls Safari Club (Zimbabwe)

Special Features

Changa Camp, Matusadona National Park

The Matusadona National Park consists of about 338,000 acres of unspoiled and unfenced splendour. Rugged mountains, springs and streams, Miomba woodlands and Mopane scrublands, pristine riverine vegetation, crystal clear lake water and grass flanked shoreline all combine to create a unique habitat for healthy populations of African mammals. Lion, leopard, hyena and cheetah occur in good numbers and a few, very endangered black rhino are present.Birdlife is prolific with in excess of 350 species having been identified in the Park. Of particular interest are the many different species of water fowl seen on the shoreline or perched on one of the petrified and partially submerged trees that have become an iconic marker on the Lake Kariba vista. Here on the shores of Lake Kariba, with the Matusadona mountains in view, the proximity to nature and true wilderness is unparalleled… four and a half kilometers of shoreline on a private concession ensure that this luxurious tented camp becomes a relaxing remote retreat. Remote and off the beaten track, the game drives and safaris in this region are simply spectacular. Changa Safari Camp is a bright and beautiful spot on life’s demanding horizon, a place of romance and luxury that promises peace and seclusion in an unusual blend of landscapes.


The Hide or Tom’s Little Hide, Hwange National Park

Voted the ‘Best Tented Safari Camp’ in Zimbabwe on thirteen occasions, The Hide is named for its extraordinary walk-in wildlife viewing blind, adjacent to the large waterhole, which is visited day and night by a full range of game. The Hide is a fantastic base for an exploration of the Eastern grasslands and woodlands of Hwange. Game drives take guests to different areas of the park, where they are party to a range of habitats and wildlife highlights. This is one of the best places to see lion, leopard and African wild dog (painted dog) among the hundred or so other mammal and four hundred bird species found in few other places in Africa. The lodge features waterhole hideaways, luxurious wine cellars, nature walks, sundowners in the wild, game drives, night drives and nature walks. Luxuriously appointed tented suites, gourmet meals, and star-filled skies round off each amazing day.


Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls

A stay the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge with it’s acclaimed contemporary safari style setting, allows guests the opportunity to conveniently experience the main event the “Falls” themselves; including in-depth guided tours of the Victoria Falls and it’s unique micro-rainforest. Many guests also choose to opt for a fifteen minute helicopter ride, known as ‘Flight of the Angels’ over this UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Lodge is also conveniently located for those guests who enjoy high-adrenaline adventures like white-water rafting and bungee jumping. Or for the more relaxed, leisurely canoe-safaris and elephant interactions or elegant sunset river-cruises. An evening on the Zambezi Explorer is often the highlight of our guest’s trip to the Falls, sipping on sundowners against the backdrop of the magnificent Zambezi River.

Adjacent to the main lodge is the famous Boma Restaurant. Here guests can enjoy a unique cultural experience, as the Boma specializes in traditional Zimbabwean dishes and offers a four-course dinner cooked on a wooden barbecue! Entertainment includes traditional dancers and singers and after dinner, guests are encouraged to display their musical talents and join the local drummers! Your stay at the VFSL would additionally include a tour of Ndau, a local artisanal jewellery and leather-working studio, as well as a historical David Livingstone talk.

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