Best Honeymoon Destinations in June 2016

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Why June is the Best Time for Honeymoon in Kenya

June represents a time of the year when less tourists visit Kenya. Consequently, it’s also the best time for your honeymoon because you’ll not have to struggle with huge crowds. What is more important is the fact that traveling to Kenya in June means enjoying cheap and off-season rates for your hotel or resort accommodation. The period between January and March represents the peak season in Kenya mainly for the following reasons:

- Mild weather
- Dry conditions
- Easier to view wildlife

The tours are much cheaper in June, thus offering you more options to have a cheap honeymoon, especially when operating with a tight budget. The luxury resorts are likely to offer a bargain and some amazing deals in June. With minimum and maximum temperatures of 20oC and 29oC respectively, you will enjoy these conditions. Moreover, safari vacations are among the most popular activities in Kenya for people looking for the best romantic destinations to visit. Resorts and hotels in Kenya are all Gay and Lesbian friendly.

A visit to Kenya represents the opportunity to see some of the Big 5 that include lions, buffaloes, elephants, leopards and rhinos. Wildlife is not the only attraction that you will find in Kenya. The country also boasts of amazing coastline as well as a pleasant weather. These three factors conspire to make Kenya one of the best honeymoon destinations for couples. A visit to the islands of Mombasa and Lamu will leave you yearning to come back to the country.

For the most part, your flight to Kenya is likely to land at the JKIA Airport in Nairobi, which is the capital city and home to some of the top-notch restaurants as well as shops. The historic port of Mombasa, which also acts as the oldest settlement within Africa, plays host to tourists from all corners of the world. Mombasa is also home to one of the largest coastlines in Kenya. From Mombasa, it is easier to get to other cities/towns such as Kilifi, Lamu and Kwale.

The Masai Mara National Park is one of the most popular reserves for viewing wildlife. Other similar facilities include Amboseli and Samburu from where you can see Mount Kilimanjaro and leopards respectively. Migration of wildebeest is one of the attractions that Kenya has to offer. This migration was voted one of the wonders of the world a few years ago. The dramatic wildebeest migration takes place in Masai Mara.

If you love big game and wish to see them after your wedding and during your honeymoon in Kenya, the other places you should visit include Amboseli and Samburu as previously stated. On the other hand, your itinerary should also include a tour of Tsavo. The Laikipia Plateau was recently opened up to visitors interested in seeing the wildlife. To enjoy all these and more, you should settle for the all-inclusive package for your next trip to Kenya in 2016 or 2017.
Lake Nakuru is home to more than 400 different bird species and is renowned for it’s massive population of flamingos. In addition to the excellent hospitality for which Kenya is renowned, expect to enjoy amazing entertainment in addition to delicious local foods and world class accommodation. June might fall in Kenya’s rainy season, but the cheaper and off-peak rates in addition to fewer crowds make this country worth visiting during this time of the year.

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