We can only imagine the organization that goes into planning the wedding of the year, so it’s no surprise Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose a secluded honeymoon destination to unwind.
Prince Harry and Markle will travel to Namibia, Africa, for their first vacation as husband and wife, according to Travel + Leisure. The newlyweds will reportedly stay at Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury campsite located in Kaokoland, one of Namibia’s most remote areas.
The camp—which costs $660 per person (yep) per night—is surrounded by mountains, sand dunes and a whole lot of desert. It is also home to unique wildlife, including zebras, antelopes, ostriches and lions (oh my!).
Prince Harry is known for holding African conservation efforts near and dear to his heart, so we can’t say we’re surprised the couple chose adventure over tropical. Still, this isn’t the first time the couple has vacationed in Africa. Just three weeks before they became engaged in 2017, the couple embarked on a three-week trip to Botswana, where they camped in a tent in “the middle of nowhere.”
Lion King–inspired honeymoon? Check.