Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Desert Honeymoon May Have Them Sleeping in Tents With Rhinos

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have narrowed down their honeymoon destination and their possible resort of choice will have them hanging in the desert with tons of wildlife including endangered rhinos and giraffes.

After they exchange their nuptials on May 19, the two will head to Namibia, according to Travel + Leisure. It’s rumored they will be staying at the luxurious Hoanib Valley Camp, where they will be amongst towering mountains, sand dunes, and unique animals.

The camp features only six tents, but these aren’t your average marquees that your dad sets up on family vacays. These tents are solar powered, eco-friendly and all the materials used to make them are sourced locally. Plus, there’s WiFi.

But they won’t need Internet if they take in all the exotic surroundings.

Hoanib is a joint venture between the community and the world’s only Africa-wide giraffe conservation organization, Giraffe Conservation Foundation. That means there will be plenty of desert-adapted giraffes to look at.

Also interesting, there’s endangered rhinos and desert-adapted elephants around the camp too!

Staying here could set you back a pretty penny — $660 a night per person — but it’s not completely unobtainable to the average person, which is what we love about these two!

Click here to see the insane photos of Hoanib Valley Camp!