The Serengeti: For anyone who grew up watching National Geographic specials about the Great Migration and animal life in the African savannah, a Serengeti safari is undoubtedly a bucket-list honeymoon destination. Why not check that trip off the to-do list with your hubby for an African honeymoon?
A vast expanse of plains and varying topography that extends from northern Tanzania into Kenya, the Serengeti is home to hundreds of mammal and bird species. The crown jewel of the region is the Serengeti National Park, established in 1951, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its conservation efforts. In addition to the more than two million wildebeests and hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelles that are perpetually on the move as part of the Great Migration — the largest such migration in the world — on a safari in Serengeti National Park you're going to see buffalo and hippos, as well as elephants, lions, giraffes, baboons and warthogs. More elusive, but very much a possibility, are the park's cheetahs, jaguars, and the endangered black rhino. The animal kingdom is alive and well here; there are baby animals galore. ... (continue reading)