If you are looking for Honeymoon Vacation Ideas that will be the most enjoyable without putting you into massive debt, consider some of the Journeys Uganda tips. The purpose of the honeymoon vacation is only minimally to live for a few days like extravagant royalty. The real purpose is for you and your loved one to have the most beautiful and memorable experience of your lives. Decide exactly how much you really can afford to spend, and spend it all (but not more). It’s always good to be frugal, but don’t be stingy! After all, this is your honeymoon and it happens once in a lifetime! Honeymoon Vacations are even more important than your typical week away from work. Do all the planning in advance – and make contingency plans, as well – to make sure you and your spouse will be totally free from stress for the entire occasion.
Journeys Uganda safaris will help you with Honeymoon Vacation Ideas. We have an array of honeymoon vacation packages for destinations all over Uganda, Kenya Tanzania and Rwanda. These include a stay at an all-inclusive resort, a rental vehicle, and a schedule of various activities for your entertainment. Since everything is included in the price of the package, you can end up paying less, than if you had booked it all separately.
WHAT TO DO ON YOUR HONEYMOON
While Journeys Uganda safaris can suggest romantic ideas to a newly wed couple about what to do on their honeymoon; we encourage Honeymooners to be proactive in this just in case they get tired of looking at and doing the same thing everyday. One honeymoon idea is to have a romantic safari/vacation in the wilderness of Uganda beautiful national parks. This will allow the couple to be together without many distractions; we choose the most secretive resorts and well suited for this.
A very obvious but important honeymoon idea is to not take the kids with you. Although there may be children already present in a family it is not a good idea to take them with you on your honeymoon because they could distract the couple from being together as they might need some extra attention from the intended goal of the holiday. Children are very demanding and need to be watched at all times, this would make it extremely difficult for the couple to bond with one another.
Room service in a place far away from home can be a very good idea that is sometimes overlooked or taken for granted. Room service in Uganda Hotels can provide the couple with fresh fruit which to feed one another or wine to help create the mood. Sometimes it is a good idea to learn a new hobby such as horseback riding on your honeymoon. Horseback riding can be both fun and entertaining. Romantic walks and dinners can be great for honeymoons because they allow the couple to be together as well as enjoy the honeymoon hotel or honeymoon trip.
At Journeys Uganda safaris we advise newlywed wife to carry some sort of lingerie to assist in jumpstarting the romance. This is obviously a good idea for both honeymooners because they both will benefit from it. Bringing your own romantic music isn’t a bad idea either as most hotels do provide a CD player in their rooms. It can be very unromantic if you are constantly changing the station to find the right type of music or listening to the wrong kind of music as you are being romantic with your spouse.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR HONEYMOON
We advise our honeymooners to travel during off peak season, since it is likely that they will pay less for their air fare, hotel, and if necessary their car rentals. Peak season is when the majority of people travel and therefore prices are considerably higher. Most airlines offer discounts if travel is during the weekday as opposed to a weekend. Hotels offer the same type of incentive if the honeymooners want to stay for a week as opposed to just a few days. Another good way to save money is to maybe rent someone’s home or condo for the time period instead of renting a hotel suite or room. This can also save on money spent for meals because the honeymooners can cook their own meals if necessary. The months we do not advise you to come are June, July, August and Probably early September then December and January.
Day 1 – Friday
Day 2 – Saturday
Depart Kampala in the morning after breakfast and go through Uganda’s beautiful green countryside. The drive as we proceed to Queen Elizabeth National Park via Mubende and Fort Portal is so scenic, we shall have many stopovers looking out for the different species of primates including the Valvet, Red and Balck and white collobus monkeys, we continue and have Lunch in Fort Portal town which lies in the fabled mountains of the moon later transfer to Mweya Safaris or Jacana Safari lodge (L), Kingfisher Resort (M) or the Mweya Hostel (B) for dinner and overnight. For three nights
Day 3 – Sunday
An early morning game drive in this park provides excellent opportunities to see Lions, Leopards, Giant Forest Hogs, Cape Buffaloes, Elephants, Defassa Waterbucks, Uganda Kobs, Bush bucks and many more. After lunch, Enjoy the unique 2-hour boat cruise on the Kazinga natural Channel joining the two lakes – George and Edward. This trip passes through possibly the highest concentration of Hippos and many animals may be seen drinking at the water’s edge. This launch cruise offers an excellent platform for photography, bird watching and game viewing. The prolific bird life is colorful and stupendous with well over 687 resident species. Dinner and overnight stay as before.
Day 4 – Monday
After breakfast, you can either proceed to Kyambura Gorge for Chimp tracking or visit the bat cave together with the blue lake. Have lunch then an optional afternoon nature walk in the Immaramagambo forest, then drive back to the Lodge for Dinner and Over night stay.
Day 5 – Tuesday
After breakfast, we transfer to lake Bunyonyi where we shall reach in the evening and check in at Bushara islands.
Day 6 – Wednesday
After early morning breakfast we go for excursions around Bunyonyi; Visits to most places of interest around lake Bunyonyi can be arranged through the lake shore resorts and hotels and its also possible to reach some sites using boats along the lake.
Day 7 – Thursday
After breakfast, Leisurely drive back to Kampala with a stop over for lunch en-route. Stop at the Mpigi Royal Drum Makers where you will be able to watch the ceremonial drums being crafted using methods passed down through the generations. There will also be time to stop at the Equator for photographs. You will arrive in Kampala in the early evening.