There’s no better way to relax and celebrate your lives together, than on a romantic honeymoon in Africa
Luxury trip cost a fortune, €192.600 ($260,000), and takes you in the most beautiful parts of Southern and Eastern Africa. Because of the high price, the arrangement was declared as “the most expensive honeymoon in the world”, which for extra-charge of €13,700 ($18,500)per day offered a helicopter ride over Cape Town and Table Mountain.
The honeymoon includes a stay in the penthouse of the exclusive Hotel V & A Waterfront and drinking cocktails at the top of Stone Mountain. Also, a couple can go to a number of private safari tours in some of the most beautiful parts of Africa, driving through Tanzania and stay in luxury camps. The bride and groom can enjoy in local wines, that are usually not available for the standard tourists. Other tours include a visit to the Masai village, and tracking gorillas in Rwanda.
Discover Africa Offers The Most Expensive Honeymoon In The World
North Island, SeychellesPrince William and Kate Middleton (now Duke and Duchess) jetted off Tuesday to the Seychelles, a string of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean about 1,000 miles off the eastern coast of Kenya. The royal couple stays ten days on the archipelago’s secluded North Island, some 19 miles away from the capital of Victoria.
According to the owner of the North Island, Farhad Vladi, he has rented out the Island to the newly wed Kate and William to spend their honeymoon. Yes, we rented the island to the British royal family, Vladi told a Hamburg newspaper. Prince William and his Kate are spending their honeymoon there. But you will understand that we are not saying anything further.
The North Island has eleven villas developed by Tanzanian and Balinese craftsmen. Each of the villas is endowed with pools, private butlers and gazebos. The most lavish among the villas is villa number 11 which is spread over 8,000-square-foot and is equipped with a circular-flow swimming pool and a private cinema. The royal couple has chosen a presidential villa that comes with a price tag of $14,400 per night.
Prince William and Kate Middleton had an intimate break on the tiny island of Desroches in the Indian Ocean in August 2007
According to Monday’s Daily Mail newspaper, Prince William will take his new bride Kate Middleton, away to a £4,000 per-night luxury villa on an exclusive island in the Seychelles for their honeymoon in mid-May. A private jet will fly the newly-titled Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to the main island from where they will take a helicopter to the unnamed holiday hideaway, the paper claimed.
But on their return, just four months after the wedding, the couple face a ten-week separation as William is sent to the Falkland Isles to further his helicopter training. Partners are banned from joining those serving in the South Atlantic, so Kate is unable to travel with William to the remote post.
Since 1950, the Jamaica Inn has consistently been ranked as one of the top resort hotels and vacation destinations in the Caribbean. Jamaica Inn is a small, elegantly timeless, resort located in beautiful Ocho Rios. It is situated on the premier private beach in Jamaica. The Inn now has an eight-day, seven-night ‘romance’ package for $4,198 per couple that promises privacy, pampering, and posh surroundings.