She wants relaxation, he wants action, she wants pampering, and he wants sports…. They may be the perfect match but finding a honeymoon to satisfy both sexes can be a tricky task, until now where we can offer the perfect solution that will guarantee the newlyweds will have their ultimate holiday.

dinner-tableThe lavish Royal Zambezi Lodge, Zambia provides the perfect honeymoon. Offering an endless list of activities that tick both his and her list of honeymoon must-haves and more. These include unadulterated luxury, mouth-watering cuisine, unrivaled safari drives, legendary fishing, irresistible spa indulgence and first class hospitality to name a few!

Start the trip of a lifetime at Royal Zambezi Lodge in Zambia, the perfect place for couples to enjoy the natural wilds of Africa. There are plenty of activities for the adventurous man and a unique bush spa for the more leisurely ladies to indulge in. Whether you are a fishing enthusiast or a novice, the guides at Royal are on hand to help guests test their skills at catching the world-renowned tiger fish. For those who prefer a more relaxed break, there are a number of luxurious and rejuvenating massages, refreshing and soothing facials and speciality beauty treatments on offer in the spa, with the most popular being the traditional Ukuchina Zambian massage. Together experience the wonders of the Zambezi drifting down the river in a canoe, having a delicious private dinner set up on an island or simply by sitting back on your veranda with a G+T in hand, watching the elephants and hippos pass by.

sunsetAt night snuggle up with your loved one in either a classic, deluxe or presidential tented suite, each suite has a thatched canopy and spacious bathroom. The plush suites assure guests a blissful night’s rest, with extra length sprung mattresses, pure cotton linen and the finest down pillows. In particular the presidential and deluxe suites are the epitome of luxury safari elegance with private sala, outside shower and bath and revitalizing plunge pool right on the river.