Tanzania offer the right combination of beautiful and romantic hotels, stunning scenery, and is easily accessible to visitors.
A wedding in Tanzania is an ideal opportunity for the bride, groom, and guests alike to also experience the romance and adventure of a Kenyan or Tanzania honeymoon combined with an African Safari.

We will be glad to arrange all the formalities and documents for you!

Location: The choice is yours!

Tanzanian weddings can be informal and relaxed; barefoot on the beach, relaxing under canvas, or completely formal with black ties and wedding gowns in the bush.
The mix of formality and wilderness has become a trademark of romantic safari lifestyle and we are here to arrange for you.
Few of our suggestions for your special day;
Traditional drummers to play a special wedding march, or a wedding in the bush with the wildlife as special guests.

You may also choose a dramatic location like the Ngorongoro Crater or the wild untouched Selous Reserve

The wedding flowers, including bridal bouquet and boutonnières, wedding cake, and Champagne can also be arranged together with a photographer or a private band or choir.
On the coast the wedding ceremony can be arranged on a traditional dhow.

Selected properties with special romantic offers both for your Wedding or Honeymoon


  • Elewana Manor House at Ngorongoro
  • Tarangire Treetops
  • Olivers’ Luxury Tented Camp
  • Selous Private Camp
  • Ras Kutani Beach Resort

Prices and details on request.

Documents needed for your wedding in Tanzania

To apply for a “Special Marriage License” at the nearest government Registrar of Marriages in Tanzania:

  1. Copy of passports and 02 photos each
  2. The Certificate of No Impediment. (You were never married before/you are divorced (relevant divorce certificate(s) attached)/you were widowed (relevant death certificate(s) attached)
  3. Birth certificate.
  4. If you will marry in a church, you will need a letter from your home Church Minister.
  5. Once your have notified the Registrar you must wait twenty-one days so that persons with adverse information may register their complaints.
  6. While this old tradition that has pretty much died out in Western countries, it is part of Tanzanian law.
  7. At the actual ceremony, the couple must have two witnesses of their choosing (resident or non-resident).
  8. A Tanzanian Marriage Certificate (in duplicate) will be issued upon completion of the ceremony.
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