Number of function rooms available for weddings: 1 Function room names and capacities: Baraza Conference Tent (30 persons when sitting on tables) otherwise up to 55 persons Out of Africa Restaurant (for up to 55 persons)
Guests rooms available: 27 Kitani bandas, tents, junior suites and suites Honeymoon suite available: yes Garden suitable for marquees: yes
Choice of wedding breakfast menus Yes Alcohol License Yes Toastmaster Available Yes Entertainment Available Yes Dedicated wedding planner available Yes Licensed for Civil Ceremonies Yes Outdoor Fireworks Permitted Yes Dance Floor Yes Evening Reception Facilities Yes Car Parking Facilities Yes Ideal Honeymoon Venue Tables chairs linens and tableware included
Wedding services provided: Our Wedding Arrangement ;OUT OF AFRICA+We offer you a very special wedding package with the following services included: Organization and processing of all documentation before and after the wedding Marriage certificate and license Wedding ceremony at a wonderful place in the extensive National Park including sparkling wine, canapis, flowers for the bride, button hole, witnessesand the marriage ceremony conducted by a registrar Drive in a decorated safari vehicle Massai escort during the wedding Candle Light Dinner at the ;Out of Africa+ restaurant terrace (excl. beverages) with table arrangement Wedding cake Planting of a personal wedding tree at campsite A personal surprise gift as a souvenir Transportation and accommodation for the registrar Upgrade to honeymoon suite if available
If you wish to have a professional photographer, we are glad to offer you this service for an additional charge of
Wedding Trivia: GARTER AND BRIDAL BOUQUET TOSS In parts of Europe during the 14th contrary, having a piece of the bride's clothing was thought to bring good luck. Guests would literally destroy the brides dress by ripping off pieces of fabric. In order to prevent this, brides began throwing various items to the guests - the garter belt being one of the items.In order to avoid this problem, it became customary in the 14th century for the bride to toss her garter to the men. Sometimes the men would get drunk, become impatient, and try to remove the garter ahead of time. Therefore, the custom evolved for the groom to remove and toss the garter. With that change the bride started to toss the bridal bouquet to the unwed girls of marriageable age. Tradition says that whoever catches the bouquet shall be the next to marry. She keeps the bouquet to ensure this destiny.