The honeymoon rumor that has gained the most traction has been Namibia. A destination close to Harry’s heart—the prince served in the British army there in 2008 and visited on a conservation expedition in 2015—the culture- and wildlife-rich country has been unofficially confirmed as the couple’s honeymoon destination of choice. (For its part, the royal family has remained characteristically mum.)
“With so few people and such indescribably beautiful landscapes, Namibia is heaven made for the perfect honeymoon,” says George Morgan-Grenville of the London-based travel outfitter Red Savannah. “Harry and Meghan will have only each other—free from humanity and the world’s prying eyes—while floating in a hot-air balloon over the extraordinarily sculpted sand dunes at Sossusvlei and gazing into each other’s eyes over sundowners in the serene Namib Rand Reserve.”
As for where to stay, Morgan-Grenville suggests andBeyond Desert Lodge at Sossusvlei or Wolwedans Boulders Camp in the Namib Rand Reserve.