Luxurious camping affords a wonderful atmosphere for your honeymoon. Enjoy the wonder of nature while basking in a extravagant camping experience. The scenic beauty, comfortable accommodations and fine dining combine to create an amazing and calming place away.

Elephant CampVictoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Visit the town near the Zambezi River, right beside the Victoria Falls. The Victoria Falls are known as the largest waterfalls in the world, even though they aren’t the tallest or the widest. They are twice the height of Niagara Falls, providing an impressive display of power and beauty. Some activities that you and your spouse can enjoy while in the town of Victoria Falls are to go canoeing, white water rafting and take a sunset cruise. Some land/air activities are to take a helicopter ride, go bungee jumping, or even take an elephant ride.

An ideal luxury camp for you and your spouse to enjoy while in Victoria Falls is The Elephant’s Camp. It is a winner of the Trip Advisors Traveler’s Choice 2013 and is known as the best place to stay in all of Victoria Falls. Each tented suite has a private veranda, plunge pool, showers and baths, lounges, air conditioning and mosquito protection. It is only 10 minutes from the Victoria Falls, so you will be in a perfect location to see all the most important sites in this area.

Patagonia CampPatagonia, Chile
This honeymoon destination offers a spectacular variety of landscape for you to feast your eyes upon. There are glaciers, mountains ranges and islands for you to view. There are two sections of Patagonia: Aisen and Magallanes. They both feature stunning national parks and scenery, as well as prominent historic cities of those regions, such as the wool capital in Magallanes. Some other must-sees in this region of Chile are the Torres Del Paine, the waterfalls of Salto Chico and Salto Grande, and the lagoons of Verde and Azul.

Patagonia Camp is a favorite for luxury campers. It is located by Lake Toro and only a short distance from the famous National Park Torres Del Paine. Their accommodations, called Yurts, have electricity and hot water constantly, a bath, and a private deck. There is also Wifi in the lounge and a fabulous restaurant offering the best authentic Chilean cuisine.

Clayoquot Wilderness ResortVancouver, Canada
Vancouver is one of the biggest cities in Canada, offering many activities for you and your spouse to enjoy while you are camping there. This warm city specializes in forestry and hosts some of the largest conifers on the British Columbia Coast. There are multiple opportunities for entertainment in Vancouver, from skiing to mountain biking to white water rafting. Vancouver also boasts multiple parks with fantastic scenery and golf courses. If you and your spouse enjoy the arts, then Vancouver is a perfect honeymoon destination for you, as they offer many museums and cultural art displays.

We recommend the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort. In these 20 luxury tents, there are different styles of tents. One is the New Luxury Ensuite Bathroom Tents that have king-sized beds, flush toilets, large showers and a propane wood stove. The other type of tent, the Deluxe Outpost Tent, has many of the same features as the Luxury Ensuite Bathroom Tents, but is perched in a tree. Other amenities of this resort include the access to many recreational activities and supplies, such as fishing gear, mountain bikes, what watching suits and other adventure activities.

Oliver's CampTarangire,Tanzania
The Tarangire National Park is situated an easy distance from Arusha, and is the sixth largest park in Tanzania. It hosts multiple animal species because of the Tarangire River, and also holds more than 550 bird species. Tarangire is especially known for its large herds of elephants that can be seen consistently in the park. Another bonus of Tarangire is that it isn’t one of the most famous parks in Tanzania and therefore is more private, calm and beautiful. Other activities of Tarangire are the walking safaris and night safaris.

Oliver’s Camp is located in the Tarangire National Park, so that you can camp in luxury in an adventurous habitat. There are 10 en-suite safari tents, that provide king sized beds, flush toilets, showers and other necessary amenities such as battery charging facilities and laundry services. They also offer planned activities like hikes, safaris, fly camping and game drives so that you can see the wild animals up close. Oliver’s Camp is also a recipient of the TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence.

Sri Lanka SquareYala National Park, Sri Lanka
Experience the most popular national park in Sri Lanka with your loved one at Yala National Park! There are five blocks and other nearby parks that make up the Yala National Park, as it covers about 378 square miles. This park is home to 44 species of mammals, including a very high leopard density, which is unusual. If you or your spouse enjoys bird watching, then Yala also has something to suit you, as they host 215 species of birds. There are also threatened species in this National Park such as the Sri Lankan Elephant, the Wild Water Buffalo and the Sri Lankan Sloth Bear. Yala is also a cultural site of interest, because it used to be a focus of ancient civilizations.

Leopard Trails offers a fascinating view into the jungles of Sri Lanka. Their tents have a British Colonial Era theme, and give access to modern comforts such as showers and large beds. A trained chef is responsible for your meals, which will be served in a romantic candlelight atmosphere. There is also always a fire for you and your spouse to relax beside.

Sal SalisCape Range National Park, Australia
This National Park is filled with a variety of landscapes, including 50 km of beaches alone, limestone ranges and deep canyons. There is a massive range of nature and animal life in this park, including the typical Australian specialties such as kangaroos, emus and euros. You can choose your method of how to explore the park, whether by foot through the incredible, expansive gorges or by cruise on Yardie Creek. Visit the Mangrove Bay, a haven for birds, or the climb the Mandu Mandu Gorge that offers scenic views of the park. There are also 630 species of flowering plants that decorate the landscape and over 600 caves that you can tour.

Nestled on the sands of the Cape National Park is the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef. These tents are literally beside one of the Australia’s greatest reefs, the Ningaloo Reef. There are nine large tents on raised platforms, decorated with rustic charm. The location is unbeatable, as you will have the opportunity to view whales on one side of you and kangaroos and other wildlife on the other side. An added benefit of these tents is that they provide luxury in an eco-friendly manner in order to preserve the reef and the national park.

SirikoiLaikipia, Kenya
The Laikipia National Reserve is home to a variety of game, in the wild and beautiful location of Kenya. There are two rivers that run through this reserve, which make it an ideal location for animals, including the Big Five and the second largest elephant population in Kenya. On this reserve, you will also be privileged to be able to see White and Black Rhino Sanctuaries. Surrounding this reserve is the Conservancy, which is made up of privately owned ranches in order to preserve the Kenyan ways of life. On the conservancy, there is also a chimpanzee sanctuary that you will be able to visit if you choose.

The Sirikoi Lodge is conveniently located in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, within easy access of Kenyan wildlife. Sirikoi Lodge offers activities to entertain you and your spouse during your delightful stay there, such as helicopter rides, sundowner picnics, horseback riding, bush walks and a visit with the local Masai. You can choose between a luxury tents or a cottage. Each tent is furnished with ultimate extravagance, such as a Victorian bath and shower, and private veranda. Be sure to visit the Rhino Sanctuary while you are there, as that is a rare and unforgettable experience!

Oberoi VanyavilasRanthambhore, India
This National Park is special because of the great density of tigers there, as it is a part of Project Tiger. You can even see tigers during the day! You and your spouse can take safari rides of the park, to get a guided tour of all the parks features and wildlife. Along with the large number of tigers, there are deer, Indian wild boar, Indian foxes, hyenas, leopards and peacocks. There are also over 500 species of flora in this park. This park is one of the most famous parks in India, because of both the incredible animal life there, and also the ruins that surround the area!

The hotel that we recommend for your stay by Ranthambhore is The Oberoi Vanyanilas. They are situated on the edge of the National Park, so you can access the park easily. Each tent offers a TV, DVD player, Wifi, and king-sized beds. The tents are also well-furnished with wooden floors, baths and showers. The service here is very personalized, with many different options of dining to suit you and your spouse. Additional amenities are a pool, elephant rides, and a spa.

Les Giettes, Switzerland
This small ski resort is located above the Rhone Plain and the Lake Geneva, borders on France and Italy. Some of the highest mountains in Europe are located in the region of Wallis, where Les Giettes can be found. You can also make day trips to France or Italy if you desire. The scenery of this region is unparalleled, with icy mountains, green vineyards, rivers and European chalets. Due to the incredible landscape, this region is ideal for hiking and offers many trails for you and your spouse to explore.

We advise you to stay in Whitepod, the most renowned hotel near Les Giettes. Your accommodations are in individual “pods,” or tents, that consist of a king-sized bed, bathroom and shower, wood stove, and terrace. There is a “pod-house” which is the center of the hotel that includes a bar, breakfast area, relaxation area, sauna and Japanese bath. Their spa offers a range of different massage specials for their guests to benefit from. There are also lots of activities for you to enjoy, especially during the winter, such as dog-sledding, snowshoeing, skiing or sleigh riding.

Dar AhlamSkoura, Ouarzazate, Morocco
Visit this beautiful area of Morocco filled with Kasbahs and other unique architecture. It is often termed “the door of the desert” and offers a place to launch a desert experience. Ouarzazate is also known for the filming of Lawrence of Arabia, Mummy and several other popular movies.

Dar Ahlam (translated “House of Dreams”) is a traditional Kasbah among the palm trees and close to the Moroccan desert. It offers idyllic honeymoon lodging. No two rooms are alike and it has a pool, steam room and garden to enhance your stay in this already luxurious setting. A 5 hour drive from the Kasbah is Dar Ahlam’s tented camp, also luxurious and unique and offers an exquisite honeymoon desert experience. Each traditionally decorated tent has a living room, ensuite bathroom and verandah.