Marrakech, Morocco is a colorful city, ripe for adventure. Visit the Djemaa El Fna, a plaza in the city that comes alive at night, with snake charmers and musicians galore. Get lost together in the never-ending maze of souqs, or marketplaces, which are often shoved into alleys and tight streets and offer a riotous blend of sights and sounds. Take in the history of the city together at the Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Madrasa and El Badi Palace. At the end of an active day of exploring this historic city, visit one of its unique hammans, and get a steam bath with an optional vigorous massage afterwards. For the most luxurious hotels, try the Royal Mansour Marrakech and La Sultana Marrakech. For a more budget-friendly, but no less romantic hotel, try the Dar Anika.
The Seychelles are a collection of gorgeous tropical islands off the eastern coast of Africa. The islands are famous for having some of the best and uncrowded beaches in the world. The islands are home to many art galleries to explore, as well as beautiful and untouched national parks to explore. Visit the island of Mahe's Kot Man-Ya Exotic Flower Garden and get lost together amidst rare, vibrantly colored flora. Hike the rainforests on Praslin, Silhouette or Mahe Islands together, discovering empty untouched beaches and picturesque scenery. Check out the luxurious Six Senses Zil Pasyon, the Coco de Mer Hotel and Black Parrot Suites and the JA Enchanted Island Resort, a unique private island tropical paradise.
Malawi may be a travel destination many have heard of, but if you and your loved one are looking for the perfect African safari-style vacation, then this may be the perfect destination for you. Nicknamed "the warm heart of Africa," Malawi is home to beautiful scenery and wildlife, as well as incredibly friendly people. Malawi is home to many game parks, like Kasungu National Park, Liwonde National Park and the Nkiya National Park. Take a safari into these parks and discover the wonders of the savannah, where animals such as lions, wild dogs, elephants and hippos call their home. A relaxing trip to Lake Malawi offers a great opportunity to snorkel together with over a thousand different varieties of fish! Many of the game parks offer a variety of accommodations; check out the Chimwala Bush Camp in Liwonde National Park, the Chelinda Lodge in Nkiya National Park, as well as the Bua River Lodge in Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve.