While we may have thought that the royal couple would have chosen to jet off to an exclusive luxury island for their honeymoon, looks like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a different destination in mind after they tie the knot on May 19.
According to Travel + Leisure ,the newlyweds have chosen to enjoy the safari in the southwestern African country of Namibia, and we have some of the deets!
There have been speculations that Prince Harry and his wife will enjoy a stay at the luxury Hoanib Valley Camp, which is located in a remote location in Kaokoland near the banks of the Obias River, which is surrounded by towering mountains, sand dunes, desert and unique wildlife.
If the couple chooses to stay at the solar-powered camp the amenities include a luxury campsite that boasts six rooms, en suite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers, WiFi, as well all-inclusive meals and local drinks that can be enjoyed under the stars.
Some of the fun activities that the newlyweds could enjoy is tracking endangered black rhinos, desert-adapted elephants and desert-adapted giraffes. There are also guided nature walks offered, though the couple will have to bundle up because it’s the chilly midwinter season (May to July).
Cost per person/per night: $660
ICYMI: This wouldn’t be the first time Prince Harry took Meghan to African, last summer he took her on a three-week trip to Botswana for her birthday.
Also, if you follow the couple’s love, you’d also know that he sourced the center diamond in her three-stone engagement ring from there!
We can already predict this will become the number-one honeymoon destination of this year.
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