By now you may know that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are set to tie the knot on May 19th at St. George’s Chapel, but where are they heading after for their honeymoon? “Travel + Leisure” says the two, who’ve already hit up some of the world’s most beautiful places, will travel to the South African country of Namibia for their honeymoon.
Sources say Meghan and Harry could be staying at Hoanib Valley Camp in Kaokoland, one of Namibia’s most luxurious remote locations. Wanna check it out yourself? The camp runs around $660 per person, per night surrounded by mountains, sand dunes and wildlife.
The royals would have plenty to do at the site with guided nature walks, the Palmwag Concession, a conservancy that overlooks the Hoanib River and rhino and elephant tracking. Amenities at their campsite include meals, local drinks, indoor and outdoor showers and yes, WiFi.
- The couple's connection to Africa runs deep. Weeks after they began seeing each other in July 2016, the pair traveled to Botswana. They went again in 2017 and recently slipped away there for another pre-wedding getaway. Africa has always been a favorite spot for Harry - he mentioned in a January 2017 interview with Hello! magazine that he had first visited the continent after his mom died in 1997. He noted that ever since then, it's been a place of solace for him.
Source: Travel + Leisure