The couple, who arrived in Africa last week, is said to be visiting wildlife habitat Okavango Delta as well as planning to have a romantic evening under the stars on a private island.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to be having a lot of fun in Botswana, Africa. The two arrived in the beautiful country last week to celebrate Meghan's 36th birthday, but there are a lot of other things that they want to do.
According to E! News, their romantic vacation started with a birthday celebration for the "Suits" actress. "It was the night of Meghan's birthday and no doubt there were celebrations," a source tells the website. Meghan also met Harry's pals there as he was "keen to introduce her."
Harry and Meghan are believed to have traveled to wildlife habitat Okavango Delta. "A Botswana safari is one of the few places you're guaranteed to see the Big Five - African lions, African elephants, Cape buffalo, African leopards and, of course, the beautiful rhino," the source explains.
Besides going on wildlife safari, the pair plan to go sailing on the river, spend some time at a bush camp and have a romantic evening under the stars on a private island. "Harry knows exactly where to stay on a trip like this," the source shares. "And he's also worked closely with a trusted tour guide who has helped with arrangements and organizing excursions."
The source further says that Harry and Meghan want to get closer to the nature during the vacation. "There may be some luxury but there will be a big element of daring stuff, too," the source dishes. "They just want to get really close to the animals and the people."
Prior to this, it was reported that the 32-year-old prince might propose to his girlfriend during the trip. "Who knows what will happen when they're watching a sensational African sunset together? Maybe he'll get down on one knee," a royal source revealed. "Harry regards Africa as his spiritual home and has often talked of how he can get away from it all there."