Get ready to be wowed with the Dar Ahlam in Morocco! Once an ancient castle, this all-inclusive resort¬†is surrounded by¬†spectacular desert views and features exquisite food and drinks which are all-inclusive with your stay. A 4×4 is also included, along with¬†camel treks, donkey rides through the palm plantation, and desert picnics. “The creation of a Parisian party planner, Dar Ahlam is as luxurious as lodgings get ‚Äď let alone in this landscape.”
The hotel can arrange half or full day excursions to the area’s best sights. Highlights can include taking a 4×4 through the¬†Dad√®s and Dr√Ęa valleys,¬†a trip to the Glaoui Kasbah and its old Jewish district, quadding or camel riding to nearby gorges or villages (so you can stock up on freshly made goat cheese, olive oil and handmade pottery), or riding a stallion to the¬†shores of Almansour Lake.
“Meals are an enchanting daily surprise: tables are set up in different locations depending on the day’s theme. The menu combines traditional Moroccan specialities and the latest culinary innovations. Frederick Grasser Herm√© is in charge of savoury delights, and desserts are dreamed up by French p√Ętissier Pierre Herm√©.”
This would be the perfect destination to combine with a few nights in Marrakech- you can even take a helicopter from Marrakech to Dar Ahlam! ¬†Does this sound like a trip of a lifetime to you? Let’s chat and start planning your vacation today!
The¬†Serengeti House is one of the Singita Resorts (read more about them in our latest post) located in Tanzania. There are a lot of activities for you to do,¬†including twice daily game drives, horse back riding, shopping, swimming, a spa, and a gym. With the wilderness at your doorstep,¬†Singita Serengeti House is home to incredible natural wonders¬†.¬†“Spanning over 350,000 acres of untouched wilderness, Singita Grumeti is located in northern Tanzania, forming part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. Singita Serengeti House is ideally positioned on the renowned migratory route traversed annually by more than a million wildebeest.”
“Our renowned Bush Spa offers a holistic and healing approach to treatments, allowing us to treat each guest with the individual attention they deserve. The spa menu has been created to complement the beauty and tranquility of the wilderness, and all treatments incorporate that peace and vibrant energy to revitalize and nourish our guests.”
Doesn’t Singita Serengeti House sound¬†incredible? Email me and let’s start planning!
Singita¬†Safari Lodges¬†are incredible properties which give back in a major way. They are dedicated to providing environmentally conscious hospitality, sustainable conservation, and the empowerment of local communities. Their mission is to “share a unique part of the world, while maintaing respect for the natural environment and challenging the accepted notions of luxury.”
Singita¬†has built and operates 12 camps and lodges in South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe. They provide an authentic African experience for clients, while doing amazing things for their surrounding communities. Not sure which lodge will be right for your honeymoon? Singita has a great search tool to help you narrow down your options.
‚ÄúAs a safari company, Singita differentiates itself in a philosophical way. Whereas the growth of many businesses worldwide is bottom line driven, Singita‚Äôs decisions take into account 20, 50 and even 100-year horizons,‚ÄĚ says Singita‚Äôs CEO, Luke Bailes. ‚ÄúPeople feel privileged to stay in unpopulated, untouched wilderness areas and they choose to stay with us because our lodges have a reputation for being rare and authentic, while embodying a philosophy of sensitivity.‚ÄĚ Adds Bailes, ‚Äúthere‚Äôs an authenticity of place at each of our lodges that is not only a rarity but touches guests on every level ‚Äď spiritual, emotional and physical.‚ÄĚ
“Today, Singita is the trusted guardian of over half a million acres of pristine land in Africa and responsible for successful community development projects, making a tangible difference in the lives of the people living and working in and around its lodges. Singita proudly operates 12 lodges and camps, each a unique experience in its own right, in five regions across three countries in Africa.”
We’ll be highlighting a few Singita resorts over the next few weeks, so be sure to check back to learn more about these¬†amazing resorts. Email me¬†if you would like to stay at one of these fabulous properties!
Are you looking for an exotic, adventure-filled honeymoon? Singita Sasakwa Lodge in Tanzania might be your perfect destination.¬†The view from the lodge‚Äôs spacious veranda is worth the trip alone. The view is almost endless over the¬†Serengeti plains below where the annual migration of zebra and wildebeest is known as the greatest natural spectacle on earth. Although you’ll be deep in the heart of nature, luxury will surround you at Singita Sasakwa Lodge.¬†“A sense of grandeur is woven throughout the turn-of-the-century manor house and private cottages through a blend of authentic European style and East African influences.”
This resort is so grand and majestic! Do you want to learn more about this lodge¬†for your honeymoon? Email me and let’s chat!
I apologize for the lack of posts around here- things have been extra busy planning incredible honeymoons around the world, and working on some fun projects that I will be sharing soon! ¬†Today I have an amazing honeymoon to share from a couple that recently went to South Africa. ¬†Beach honeymoons aren’t for everyone, and South Africa was the perfect honeymoon destination for Han & Amanda! They loved the blend of chic city nightlife, relaxing day trips, and adventurous activities.¬†They have so many beautiful pictures from their adventures!
Han & Amanda started their honeymoon in Cape Town, and enjoyed a day trip to Table Mountain
Amanda enjoying the view from a ledge on Table Mountain. Clearly she isn’t afraid of heights!
Penguins on Boulder Beach!
Next Han and Amanda headed off to Thornybush Private Game Reserve and stayed at Serondella Game Lodge. ¬†This is a small game lodge with incredible service, and includes dawn and dusk safari drives every day. ¬†Han and Amanda saw so many beautiful animals!
Cute baby zebra!
A beautiful kudu, which is a species of antelope
A lion, captured mid roar!
The highlight of their game drives was coming across this mother and baby rhinoceros enjoying a quiet morning walk. How adorable is that little guy?!
Thanks so much Han and Amanda for sharing your honeymoon! ¬†Interested in going to South Africa for your honeymoon? Contact us!