Where Harry and Meghan's love blossomed in Botswana
The sun sets over the Okavango Delta, Botswana. In an exclusive Botswana safari camp where Prince Harry took Meghan Markle on a romantic getaway last year, guests wake to the sound of doves cooing in the trees and hippos splashing in the serene...more
A young bull elephant is seen in the Okavango Delta. Harry whisked the American actress away last year for a surprise holiday to celebrate her 36th birthday, hopping between luxury resorts in the sparsely populated southern African country renowned...more
The sun rises behind a Baobab tree in the Okavango Delta. The trip last August came a year into their relationship and a few months before they got engaged. Their wedding on May 19 is building up to be the social event of the year. Harry sourced the...more
A herd of zebras is seen in the Okavango Delta. The couple went to Botswana soon after they began dating in July 2016, a trip Harry described in a media interview last year as a "crucial" chance to get to know each other. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
Trees stand on islands as water begins to fill the Okavango Delta. Their subsequent visit to the Okavango Delta last August has been kept a tight secret, with Kensington Palace and lodge managers declining to comment. But Reuters spoke to two local...more
At Mapula Lodge, an isolated $800-a-night retreat that translates as "mother of rain," Harry and Meghan slept in a traditional thatched cabin with an outdoor shower, their carved wooden bed looking out over a pristine lagoon. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
Reeds sit as waters begins to fill the Okavango Delta. The couple enjoyed a sunset cruise along the creeks that wind through the vast grasslands, stopping to try their hand at fishing. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
A fisherman reels in a catfish in the Okavango Delta. Harry caught a sharped-toothed catfish as he and Meghan shared a joke, one onlooker said. "They are like regular guys. They were just relaxed," the person said. "You could see they were very happy...more
A pod of hippos is seen in the Okavango Delta. On an early morning game drive, the couple scoured the horizon for the wild animals that are the primary draw for wealthy clients visiting the Okavango, one of the largest inland deltas in the...more
Guests stand beneath a Baobab tree illuminated by fire in the Okavango Delta. In the most romantic offering at the camp, Harry and Meghan were driven out at twilight to a deserted area of the bush to the foot of an ancient baobab tree where they were...more
Cabins are seen at the exclusive Meno a Kwena Lodge near Maun in the Okavango Delta. Before venturing into the Delta, Harry and Meghan spent a night at Meno a Kwena - meaning "teeth of the crocodile" - a camp of luxury tents overlooking the Boteti...more
Cabins are seen at the exclusive Mapula Lodge. Botswana is popular with the rich and famous because of the privacy and isolation its top end lodges offer. Other recent visitors include former U.S. President George W. Bush, Saudi princes, Hollywood...more
A fire greets visitors at the exclusive Mapula Lodge. "They all come to Botswana because it's still a nice destination to go to where you're not bothered about paparazzi because you're far away from anything and everything," said Eric Muizebelt,...more
A startled antelope jumps over a baboon in the Okavango Delta. "It's an extremely romantic destination," said Hennie Rawlinson, owner of Meno a Kwena, where chefs prepare food over an open fire and guests dine al fresco. "Almost every night we have a...more
A pair of male elephants is seen in the Okavango Delta. Botswana, a country of around 2 million spread over an area the size of France, has always been a place of solace for Harry. He first visited when he was 13, two months after his mother Princess...more
Trees stand on islands as water begins to fill the Okavango Delta. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
Reeds sit as waters begin to fill the Okavango Delta. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
A fish eagle sits above waters flowing into the Okavango Delta. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
The shadow of a small aircraft is seen as water begins to fill the Okavango Delta. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
Plants float in the waters of the Okavango Delta. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
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