After their royal wedding on May 19th, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly set to honeymoon at the beautiful Hoanib Valley Camp in Namibia, Africa! The continent is a special place for the couple, as it's where they first fell in love during a trip to Botswana, and it's also where Harry does a lot of his wildlife conservation work.

"A joint venture between the local communities and the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, the world’s only Africa-wide giraffe conservation organisation, the camp is an elegant, intimate affair that immerses you into the wilds of the desert. The six rooms blend seamlessly with the environment, offering a simple aesthetic that matches the rugged landscape down to a tee. Days are spent tracking endangered rhino, desert-adapted elephant, and of course desert-adapted giraffe, before retiring to your private veranda to marvel at the magnitude of your surroundings (G&T in hand)," the luxury destination's website reads.

The camp, which costs $600-a-night per person, is entirely solar powered to reduce the carbon footprint to a minimum, and all the furnishings are sourced by local Rundu carpenters and Himba carvers. The structures are all made from wood, bamboo and 70% recycled-material composite.

What a dream!