Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly headed to Africa for their honeymoon!
The couple is set to marry at Windsor Castle in London, England, on May 19, and Travel + Leisure magazine reports that the two will then head to Namibia for their honeymoon. The choice makes sense given the country is ideal when it comes to privacy -- Namibia being one of the least densely populated countries in the world.
The magazine also reports that it's rumored that the pair will be staying at Namibia's newest luxury camp, Natural Selection's Hoanib Valley Camp. According to Natural Selection's website, the company is "a collection of owner-operated safari camps and lodges united by the common aim of providing our guests with unique and exceptional safari experiences and being a part of the conservation solution for Africa’s wildlife."
And there's plenty to do in Namibia aside from taking safari tours. The magazine lists a few of the incredible activities the two might partake in, including checking out the Sossusvlei sand dunes or visiting Kaokoland, which is home to the one of the last nomadic tribes in Africa.
Harry and Meghan have spent time together in Africa before. In the couple's first joint interview with BBC News after announcing their engagement last November, Harry revealed he and Meghan went camping together in Botswana early in their courtship, solidifying their relationship.
"We met once and then twice, back-to-back, two dates in London, last July," Harry said. "I think about three, maybe four weeks later, I managed to persuade her to come join me in Botswana and we camped out with each other under the stars. We spent five days out there, which was absolutely fantastic. Then we were really by ourselves, which was crucial to me to make sure we had a chance to get to know each other."
Hilariously, even before Harry proposed to Meghan, the 33-year-old royal was offered a honeymoon by the prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, Gaston Browne, in November 2016.
"I am told that there may be a princess and I just want to say that should you make the decision to honeymoon, then Antigua and Barbuda want to welcome you," Browne said during Harry's trip to the Caribbean. "We have been voted consistently as the best honeymoon destination in the Caribbean -- and one of the best in the world. ... Whatever is done here, stays here. So, do not worry."
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