Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding is quickly approaching, leading to a rise of new rumors surrounding their royal honeymoons. The young couple has reportedly been advised to not reveal their official destination but it seems that new sources have come out and claimed one destination seems to be the front-runner for the royal honeymoon!
According to multiple sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be going to the Caribbean as it has been rumored, and they will in fact be heading down to Namibia! Not only is Namibia a truly gorgeous place, it is also extremely remote and one of the least populated places in the entire world! It’s believed that the couple will be staying at one of Natural Selection’s newest attractions, the Hoanib Valley Camp.
The camp is so new in fact, that it is still being constructed! Curiously, the construction will be wrapping up in May, perhaps right before the wedding? The camp site is surrounded by foot trails where visitors can track down black rhino, desert giraffes and even elephants! This will certainly be one honeymoon to remember if the rumors prove true!