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This May 21, 2018 photo shows beachgoers playing a game of volleyball on the Belmar, N.J. beach. New Jersey environmental officials and a leading coastal expert say the state's beaches came through a rough winter in good shape, including a series of four nor'easters in a row in March. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
This May 21, 2018 photo shows beachgoers playing a game of volleyball on the Belmar, N.J. beach. New Jersey environmental officials and a leading coastal expert say the state's beaches came through a rough winter in good shape, including a series of four nor'easters in a row in March. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
This May 21, 2018 photo shows beachgoers playing a game of volleyball on the Belmar, N.J. beach. New Jersey environmental officials and a leading coastal expert say the state's beaches came through a rough winter in good shape, including a series of four nor'easters in a row in March. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, left, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, right, confer before they testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, left, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, right, confer before they testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, left, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, right, confer before they testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, and USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, and USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, and USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis testifies before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis testifies before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis testifies before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
Volleyball coach charged with sex abuse of minor
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
Volleyball coach charged with sex abuse of minor
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
Volleyball coach charged with sex abuse of minor
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
Volleyball coach charged with sex abuse of minor
A volleyball coach has been charged with sexually abusing a minor in both Anne Arundel and Howard counties, police said.
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
From left, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl, join other witnesses to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
USOC acting chief Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry, Tim Hinchey, President and CEO of USA Swimming, Steve McNally, Executive Director, USA Taekwondo, Jamie Davis, CEO, USA Volleyball and Shellie Pfohl, CEO, U.S. Center for SafeSport prepare to testify at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on Olympic athletes and sexual abuse on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
USOC acting chief Lyons, USA Gymnastics CEO Perry, Hinchey, President and CEO of USA Swimming, McNally, Executive Director, USA Taekwondo, Davis, CEO, USA Volleyball and Pfohl, CEO, U.S. Center for SafeSport prepare to testify in Washington
USOC acting chief Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics CEO Kerry Perry, Tim Hinchey, President and CEO of USA Swimming, Steve McNally, Executive Director, USA Taekwondo, Jamie Davis, CEO, USA Volleyball and Shellie Pfohl, CEO, U.S. Center for SafeSport prepare to testify at a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on Olympic athletes and sexual abuse on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Witnesses are sworn as they prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses are sworn as they prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Witnesses are sworn as they prepare to testify before the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee about the Olympic community's ability to protect athletes from sexual abuse, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, May 23, 2018. From left are: U.S. Olympic Committee Acting CEO Susanne Lyons, USA Gymnastics President and CEO Kerry Perry, USA Swimming President and CEO Tim Hinchey, USA Taekwondo CEO Steve McNally, USA Volleyball CEO Jamie Davis, and U.S. Center for SafeSport President and CEO Shellie Pfohl. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
Volleyball Coach Arrested For Sexual Abuse Of A Child
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
Volleyball Coach Arrested For Sexual Abuse Of A Child
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
Volleyball Coach Arrested For Sexual Abuse Of A Child
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
Volleyball Coach Arrested For Sexual Abuse Of A Child
A local man who coaches youth volleyball has been arrested after police say he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl.
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
Bricktown Beach to return to downtown OKC this summer
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
Bricktown Beach to return to downtown OKC this summer
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
Bricktown Beach to return to downtown OKC this summer
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
Bricktown Beach to return to downtown OKC this summer
It's official! Bricktown Beach will return this summer to downtown Oklahoma City, bringing outdoor games, movie nights, volleyball tournaments and more just in time for the summer.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Royal honeymoon: Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex go?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were married in Windsor last week, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making the continent a serious contender, and it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as "incredible". This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • 10 reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a "Lake of Stars", in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Vladimir Sobotka (L) and Jan Hadrava (2-L) from Czech Republic in action against Samuli Kaislasalo (R) from Finland during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Vladimir Sobotka (L) and Jan Hadrava (2-L) from Czech Republic in action against Samuli Kaislasalo (R) from Finland during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Vladimir Sobotka (L) and Jan Hadrava (2-L) from Czech Republic in action against Samuli Kaislasalo (R) from Finland during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Donovan Dzavoronok (L) and Fedor Ivanov (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Donovan Dzavoronok (L) and Fedor Ivanov (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Donovan Dzavoronok (L) and Fedor Ivanov (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Fedor Ivanov (L) and Pavel Bartos (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Fedor Ivanov (L) and Pavel Bartos (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Fedor Ivanov (L) and Pavel Bartos (R) from Czech Republic in action during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Elviss Krastins from Finland (L) in action against Michal Finger (C) and Vladimir Sobotka (R) from Czech Republic during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Elviss Krastins from Finland (L) in action against Michal Finger (C) and Vladimir Sobotka (R) from Czech Republic during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
Mikkeli (Finland), 19/05/2018.- Elviss Krastins from Finland (L) in action against Michal Finger (C) and Vladimir Sobotka (R) from Czech Republic during the CEV Volleyball Golden European League, Pool C match between Finland and Czech Republic , in Mikkeli, Finland, 19 May 2018. (República Checa, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/KIMMO BRANDT
YNA113. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Ofelia Malinov, the captain of the Italian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Italia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA113. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Ofelia Malinov, the captain of the Italian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Italia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA113. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Ofelia Malinov, the captain of the Italian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Italia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA112. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Maren Fromm, the captain of the German women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Alemania) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA112. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Maren Fromm, the captain of the German women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Alemania) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA112. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Maren Fromm, the captain of the German women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Alemania) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA115. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Kseniia Parubets, the captain of the Russian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Rusia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA115. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Kseniia Parubets, the captain of the Russian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Rusia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
YNA115. Suwon (Korea, Republic Of), 20/05/2018.- Kseniia Parubets, the captain of the Russian women's volleyball squad, attends a press conference in Suwon, just south of Seoul, South Korea, 20 May 2018, to mark the second week of the preliminary round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League, a new annual women's international volleyball tournament contest by 16 national teams. (Corea del Sur, Seúl, Rusia) EFE/EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed at Windsor Castle earlier today, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making it a serious contender, but it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert. This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as 'incredible'. This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • Ten reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a 'Lake of Stars', in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
What are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's plans for the royal honeymoon?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wed at Windsor Castle earlier today, becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But where will the royal jetsetter and former luxury lifestyle blogger (not to mention daughter of an erstwhile travel agent) honeymoon? Telegraph Travel investigates... Namibia Both have strong emotional and professional ties to Africa, making it a serious contender, but it's Namibia that has pulled ahead as the odds-on favourite. The southern African nation is best known among travellers for the enormous Sossusvlei sand dunes of the the Namib Desert, but reports suggest that the couple are looking instead at a safari trip to Hoanib Valley Camp in the country's north west. The couple are rumoured to be heading to Hoanib Valley Camp, a luxury safari destination in the north west Namibian desert. This collection of six luxury tents is in a prime position for spotting rare desert-adapted species of elephant, lion, giraffe, endangered black rhino and more. There's also the option of flying out to the camp's new sister property, Shipwreck Lodge, set in the remote, wreck-strewn wilds of the Skeleton Coast. • 19 amazing things you didn't know about Namibia Rwanda The Duchess has visited Rwanda as a World Vision Global Ambassador in the past, an experience that she described as 'incredible'. This nugget of a country at the continent's heart offers unrivalled gorilla sighting experiences, an astonishing volcano-rimpled landscape and – as a little-visited Central African country – plenty of tranquility. Perhaps Bisate Lodge, set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone, will appeal The new One&Only Nyungwe House, due to open next spring, will be set on a working tea plantation and offer excursions to rare species of chimpanzees in a nearby forest. Or perhaps Bisate Lodge (pictured), set in the natural amphitheatre of a volcanic cone will appeal to the couple, with its gorilla trekking offerings. • Ten reasons why you should visit Rwanda Malawi Although Botswana is a favourite destination of Harry's, we've ruled it out as the couple holidayed there earlier in the year. So will they opt for an alternative up-and-coming option like Malawi? Harry visited the underexplored landlocked country when he helped African Parks with one of the biggest elephant translocations in conservation history this summer. Nkwichi has a 'Star Bed' on a private beach, perfect for night-time gazing Credit: Picasa Although the country is light on the Big Five, Lake Malawi is a showstopper; David Livingstone described it as a 'Lake of Stars', in reference to the lantern-flecked fishing boats that glide across the waters at night. Nkwichi, a five-star lodge located on its shores, boasts SUP classes on the water and a 'Star Bed' on a private beach bristling with baobab trees. • Amazing facts about Malawi Philippines Palawan in the Philippines is on Meghan's holiday wishlist, according to the Instagram feed of her former lifestyle blog The Tig. The 150,000-year-old island, all jungle-barbed mountains and deserted lagoons, is an hour-and-a-half's flight from the capital, Manila. You can enjoy evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave at Amanpulo Its Bacuit archipelago, a landscape of scarred limestone, karst cliffs and dramatic sinkholes, is a popular destination for island hopping, and enjoying rare wildlife, from purple crabs to endangered pangolins. Amanpulo, just northeast of Palawan Island, is the region's most luxurious hideaway: think five miles of private beach, evening barbecues for two at the mouth of a cave; and superlative scuba diving. • Telegraph Travel's guide to the Philippines Tuscany Wine afficionado Meghan might like the idea of Tuscany in fresh, balmy spring – maybe the vineyards of Chianti and Montalcino, or the wild frontier of Maremma, with its top-notch seafood. Wine lover Meghan would love Rosewood Castiglion Bosco Credit: Matteo Carassale/Matteo Carassale Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, an 800-year-old working wine estate, might do the trick. The on-site cookery school that uses organic produce from the hotel's garden should appeal to Meghan, a self-confessed foodie. The couple might also like the idea of the hotel's private villa, Alba, a converted stone farmhouse on a secluded hilltop peppered with old-growth trees; Insta-worthy interiors aplenty and a private pool seal the deal. • The best hotels in Tuscany Read the full review: Rosewood Castiglion Bosco, Tuscany Amalfi Coast Meghan is also a fan of the Amalfi Coast, as her social media posts attest. It's not hard to see why this contorted coastline of tangled vineyards, pastel villages, vulcanic sheer drops, and cliff-clinging five-star villas is a favourite destination among Telegraph readers too. Meghan has posted Instagram pictures of La Sirenuse The former Suits star has previously stayed at Le Sirenuse in Positano (she even took an Instagram shot of the muffin-laden breakfast buffet). Other enticements include Moorish architecture, a panoramic restaurant illuminated by 400 candles, and a pool shaded by lemon trees. • The best hotels in the Amalfi Coast Read the full review: Le Sirenuse, Positano Hawaii LA-raised Meghan has spoken of her idyllic childhood holidays in Hawaii. The world-leading honeymoon destination might be a touch on the obvious side, but with its kaleidoscopic colour reefs, babypowder beaches, mist-cuddled ocean cliffs, and hippyish paradise vibe, the couple might still be tempted. Four Seasons at Lanai is the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island Credit: © Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. 2015 /Rachel Olsson Photography, Inc. Perhaps they'll plump for the Four Seasons at Lanai, the only five-star hotel on Hawaii's last unspoiled island. The Royal Suite is perfectly positioned for dolphin watching. The infinity pool is also the place to be, preferably on one of the fun inflatable seats, herb-spiked cocktail in hand. • The best hotels in Hawaii Read the full review: Four Seasons Resort at Lanai, Hawaii Turkey Another of Meghan's favourite destinations; she's posted about her love of Cappadocia on social media. This astonishing semi-arid region of Central Anatolia is known for its cone-shaped rock formations and Bronze period homes carved out by troglodytes. Hotel Villa Maha postures over Kalkan Bay Credit: Copyright: Attila Henning/Photographer: Attila Henning Accommodation options are quirky if fairly basic, and include the Kemerhan Cave Suites, fashioned from an ancient settlement. The couple may want to follow up with something more luxurious - like Hotel Villa Mahal, an exclusive boutique that postures over Kalkan Bay. Its Cliff House suite has its own ocean-oggling pool and the hotel's dinghy sailing experiences are particularly sought after. • The best hotels in Turkey Read the full review: Hotel Villa Mahal, Kalkan Bay Mexico One of Meghan's most vivid childhood travel memories is travelling to Oaxaca aged nine for Day of the Dead festivals, where she reportedly ate a lot of moles (traditional local sauces). But she and Harry may prefer to consider exclusive Los Cabos for their honeymoon: imposing arched cliffs, cactus-dotted landscapes and gold-leaf-coloured beaches have helped establish it as one of the world's most up-and-coming beach destinations. Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions Health-focused One&Only Palmilla runs daily yoga sessions, which may appeal to Meghan (her mum is a yoga teacher). Raucously colourful hacienda-style villas overlook the Sea of Cortez; the largest even has its own 'Butler Suite'. • The best hotels in Los Cabos Read the full review: One&Only Palmilla Barbados It may be a honeymoon cliché, but Harry has holidayed in Barbados several times. The polo scene is a big draw for him: it was here that he was also famously thrown from his pony while playing in the Sentebale Polo Cup. The genteel Cobblers Cove has a loyal British following Happily, the macaroon-pink boutique retreat Cobblers Cove can organise sessions at a nearby polo field. This genteel, old-school classic, once the beach getaway of a plantation owner, has a loyal, largely British following. The adventure-loving couple might also be seduced by the opportunity to go on expeditions with Barker, Cobblers' resident fisherman. • The best hotels in Barbados Read the full review: Cobblers Cove, Barbados Brazil The country that Prince Harry visited for his first-ever solo tour in 2012. He appeared to enjoy it, spending one Saturday larking about on a Rio beach and even joining a game with female volleyball players. This country of platinum sand, bellowing waterfalls and staggering wildlife, from pink dolphins to armadillos, is also a destination Megan has had her eye on, if her old blog The Tig is anything to go by. Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua Interior design-loving Meghan would love Uxua in hippie paradise Trancoso, an underexplored beach town on the Bahian coast. Uxua's 500-year-old casas are richly decorated with reclaimed materials, ancient artifacts and one-off pieces by local artisans. The most fetching has a plunge pool on its rooftop deck. • The best hotels in Bahia North Island, Seychelles Or could the Prince follow his older brother's lead and book out North Island, the £5,000-a-night private island where William and Kate honeymooned in 2011. Almost everyone arrives by helicopter to the 11-villa property, all billowing cotton, thatched walls and distressed wood furniture. Will the couple honeymoon at North Island like Will and Kate? Staff outnumber guests by two-to-one and freshly caught seafood and champagne is a daily staple on the menu. Villas boast timber four-poster-beds and plunge pools. Read the full review: North Island, Seychelles • The best hotels in the Seychelles Or how about yachting? Charles and Diana spent their honeymoon on board the Royal Yacht Britannia in 1981. The Prince of Wales earned the name Crazy Horse for his overzealousness when it came to deck hockey matches with the crewmen. But would his son ever opt for a post-wedding getaway at sea? Will Harry follow in his father's footsteps and honeymoon on a yacht? Credit: 2007 Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis Rumours are swirling (mostly whipped up by the island's tourist board) that the pair will honeymoon on Nevis, where Harry holidayed with his mother in 1993. In 2016, he returned as part of his Caribbean tour. The lesser-visited destination in the Caribbean is more intrepid than its sister islands, all volcanic mountains and pristine beaches. The countryside is a rush of rugged heather, wild thyme and strawberry trees. • The Telegraph's guide to Nevis Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at the most luxurious hotel in Nevis? Could the pair be planning to hole themselves up at one of the most luxurious hotels on the island, Montpelier Plantation and Beach, where Harry stayed with his late mother? It has a lush hillside setting and an aristocratic feel. Its chic plantation-style Tamarind villa, with its own pool and authentic clapboard exteriors, also delivers on the privacy front. Read the full review: Montpelier Plantation and Beach, Nevis
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
Twin Brothers Who Coached Youth Volleyball Accused of Child Molestation
Twin brothers who coached youth volleyball were arrested Wednesday in Northern California, each charged with lewd and lascivious acts with a 14 to 15 year old.
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
U of S Huskies volleyball coach fired after recruiting player with known sex assault charge
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
Twin Volleyball Coaches Face More Sexual Crimes Against Children
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
Twin Volleyball Coaches Face More Sexual Crimes Against Children
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
Twin Volleyball Coaches Face More Sexual Crimes Against Children
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
Twin Volleyball Coaches Face More Sexual Crimes Against Children
It's not the first run-in with the law for Jason and Robert Cole, who both faced separate arrests in the last year.
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Youth volleyball coaches accused of child molestation in Placer County
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Youth volleyball coaches accused of child molestation in Placer County
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Youth volleyball coaches accused of child molestation in Placer County
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
Youth volleyball coaches accused of child molestation in Placer County
Two Placer County youth volleyball coaches, who are brothers, were arrested Wednesday on child molestation charges after allegations were brought forward by multiple victims, Lincoln police said. Jason Cole, 41, of Lincoln, and Robert Cole, 41, of Grass Valley, were taken into custody on charges of lewd acts upon a child, according to the Lincoln Police Department. They were known to coach youth volleyball in Placer County for several years. The Cole brothers' bail is set at $150,000 each.
<p>Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.</p> <p>In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming <em>Deadpool 2</em>, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.</p> <p>Catch him on the front of <em>My Cousin Vinny</em> or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of <em>Fight Club</em>.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Have you seen these new <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/podernfamily?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#podernfamily" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#podernfamily</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuesdayThoughts?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TuesdayThoughts" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TuesdayThoughts</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/deadpoolmovie?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@deadpoolmovie" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@deadpoolmovie</a> <a href="https://t.co/VkARhf3zx4" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4</a></p> <p>&#8212; The MoviePass Pod&#127897;&#65039; (@themoviepasspod) <a href="https://twitter.com/themoviepasspod/status/996514657077809158?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/05/10/deadpool-spoilers-letter/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect</a></p></div> <p>The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what?&#160;</p> <p>Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of <em>Logan</em> and the recent X-Men movies.</p> <p>You&#39;re welcome, citizens.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable <a href="https://t.co/eDSL05MLbg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg</a></p> <p>&#8212; semi-stable centenarian &#128420;&#128298;&#11088;&#65039; (@rainbowslinky) <a href="https://twitter.com/rainbowslinky/status/996491302945611778?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Unfortunately, it&#39;s just the movie covers that have been altered.&#160;</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from <a href="https://twitter.com/Walmart?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@Walmart" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@Walmart</a>. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that <a href="https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@VancityReynolds" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@VancityReynolds</a>. We need that remake.</p> <p>&#8212; Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) <a href="https://twitter.com/KinglinkReviews/status/996591608744132610?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 16, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 16, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart&#8212;I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays. <br><br>So good hunting!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Collecting?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Collecting" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Collecting</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ItsAChase?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#ItsAChase" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#ItsAChase</a> <a href="https://t.co/iBcOkAPQCu" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu</a></p> <p>&#8212; Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) <a href="https://twitter.com/MarveliciousToy/status/996372384490971137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.</p> <p><em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em><a href="https://mashable.com/newsletters/?utm_campaign&#38;utm_context=textlink&#38;utm_medium=rss&#38;utm_source" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>here</em></a><em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It&#39;s fun &#8211; we promise.</em></p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2017/05/17/trailer-mix-deadpool/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Deadpool crashes iconic movie covers and honestly, they're so much better

Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.

In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming Deadpool 2, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.

Catch him on the front of My Cousin Vinny or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of Fight Club

Have you seen these new #Deadpool variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! #podernfamily #TuesdayThoughts @deadpoolmovie pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4

— The MoviePass Pod🎙️ (@themoviepasspod) May 15, 2018

The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what? 

Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of Logan and the recent X-Men movies.

You're welcome, citizens. 

guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg

— semi-stable centenarian 🖤🔪⭐️ (@rainbowslinky) May 15, 2018

Unfortunately, it's just the movie covers that have been altered. 

That hasn't stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?

0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from @Walmart. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that @VancityReynolds. We need that remake.

— Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) May 16, 2018

For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart—I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays.

So good hunting!#Collecting #Deadpool #ItsAChase pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu

— Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) May 15, 2018

Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.

Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up here for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise.

<p>Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.</p> <p>In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming <em>Deadpool 2</em>, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.</p> <p>Catch him on the front of <em>My Cousin Vinny</em> or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of <em>Fight Club</em>.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Have you seen these new <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/podernfamily?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#podernfamily" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#podernfamily</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuesdayThoughts?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TuesdayThoughts" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TuesdayThoughts</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/deadpoolmovie?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@deadpoolmovie" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@deadpoolmovie</a> <a href="https://t.co/VkARhf3zx4" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4</a></p> <p>&#8212; The MoviePass Pod&#127897;&#65039; (@themoviepasspod) <a href="https://twitter.com/themoviepasspod/status/996514657077809158?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/05/10/deadpool-spoilers-letter/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect</a></p></div> <p>The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what?&#160;</p> <p>Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of <em>Logan</em> and the recent X-Men movies.</p> <p>You&#39;re welcome, citizens.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable <a href="https://t.co/eDSL05MLbg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg</a></p> <p>&#8212; semi-stable centenarian &#128420;&#128298;&#11088;&#65039; (@rainbowslinky) <a href="https://twitter.com/rainbowslinky/status/996491302945611778?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Unfortunately, it&#39;s just the movie covers that have been altered.&#160;</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from <a href="https://twitter.com/Walmart?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@Walmart" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@Walmart</a>. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that <a href="https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@VancityReynolds" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@VancityReynolds</a>. We need that remake.</p> <p>&#8212; Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) <a href="https://twitter.com/KinglinkReviews/status/996591608744132610?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 16, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 16, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart&#8212;I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays. <br><br>So good hunting!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Collecting?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Collecting" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Collecting</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ItsAChase?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#ItsAChase" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#ItsAChase</a> <a href="https://t.co/iBcOkAPQCu" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu</a></p> <p>&#8212; Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) <a href="https://twitter.com/MarveliciousToy/status/996372384490971137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.</p> <p><em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em><a href="https://mashable.com/newsletters/?utm_campaign&#38;utm_context=textlink&#38;utm_medium=rss&#38;utm_source" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>here</em></a><em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It&#39;s fun &#8211; we promise.</em></p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2017/05/17/trailer-mix-deadpool/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Deadpool crashes iconic movie covers and honestly, they're so much better

Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.

In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming Deadpool 2, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.

Catch him on the front of My Cousin Vinny or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of Fight Club

Have you seen these new #Deadpool variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! #podernfamily #TuesdayThoughts @deadpoolmovie pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4

— The MoviePass Pod🎙️ (@themoviepasspod) May 15, 2018

The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what? 

Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of Logan and the recent X-Men movies.

You're welcome, citizens. 

guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg

— semi-stable centenarian 🖤🔪⭐️ (@rainbowslinky) May 15, 2018

Unfortunately, it's just the movie covers that have been altered. 

That hasn't stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?

0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from @Walmart. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that @VancityReynolds. We need that remake.

— Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) May 16, 2018

For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart—I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays.

So good hunting!#Collecting #Deadpool #ItsAChase pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu

— Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) May 15, 2018

Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.

Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up here for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise.

<p>Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.</p> <p>In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming <em>Deadpool 2</em>, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.</p> <p>Catch him on the front of <em>My Cousin Vinny</em> or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of <em>Fight Club</em>.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Have you seen these new <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/podernfamily?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#podernfamily" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#podernfamily</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuesdayThoughts?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TuesdayThoughts" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TuesdayThoughts</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/deadpoolmovie?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@deadpoolmovie" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@deadpoolmovie</a> <a href="https://t.co/VkARhf3zx4" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4</a></p> <p>&#8212; The MoviePass Pod&#127897;&#65039; (@themoviepasspod) <a href="https://twitter.com/themoviepasspod/status/996514657077809158?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/05/10/deadpool-spoilers-letter/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect</a></p></div> <p>The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what?&#160;</p> <p>Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of <em>Logan</em> and the recent X-Men movies.</p> <p>You&#39;re welcome, citizens.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable <a href="https://t.co/eDSL05MLbg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg</a></p> <p>&#8212; semi-stable centenarian &#128420;&#128298;&#11088;&#65039; (@rainbowslinky) <a href="https://twitter.com/rainbowslinky/status/996491302945611778?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Unfortunately, it&#39;s just the movie covers that have been altered.&#160;</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from <a href="https://twitter.com/Walmart?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@Walmart" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@Walmart</a>. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that <a href="https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@VancityReynolds" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@VancityReynolds</a>. We need that remake.</p> <p>&#8212; Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) <a href="https://twitter.com/KinglinkReviews/status/996591608744132610?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 16, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 16, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart&#8212;I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays. <br><br>So good hunting!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Collecting?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Collecting" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Collecting</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ItsAChase?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#ItsAChase" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#ItsAChase</a> <a href="https://t.co/iBcOkAPQCu" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu</a></p> <p>&#8212; Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) <a href="https://twitter.com/MarveliciousToy/status/996372384490971137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.</p> <p><em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em><a href="https://mashable.com/newsletters/?utm_campaign&#38;utm_context=textlink&#38;utm_medium=rss&#38;utm_source" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>here</em></a><em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It&#39;s fun &#8211; we promise.</em></p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2017/05/17/trailer-mix-deadpool/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Deadpool crashes iconic movie covers and honestly, they're so much better

Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.

In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming Deadpool 2, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.

Catch him on the front of My Cousin Vinny or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of Fight Club

Have you seen these new #Deadpool variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! #podernfamily #TuesdayThoughts @deadpoolmovie pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4

— The MoviePass Pod🎙️ (@themoviepasspod) May 15, 2018

The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what? 

Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of Logan and the recent X-Men movies.

You're welcome, citizens. 

guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg

— semi-stable centenarian 🖤🔪⭐️ (@rainbowslinky) May 15, 2018

Unfortunately, it's just the movie covers that have been altered. 

That hasn't stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?

0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from @Walmart. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that @VancityReynolds. We need that remake.

— Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) May 16, 2018

For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart—I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays.

So good hunting!#Collecting #Deadpool #ItsAChase pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu

— Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) May 15, 2018

Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.

Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up here for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise.

<p>Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.</p> <p>In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming <em>Deadpool 2</em>, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.</p> <p>Catch him on the front of <em>My Cousin Vinny</em> or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of <em>Fight Club</em>.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Have you seen these new <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/podernfamily?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#podernfamily" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#podernfamily</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuesdayThoughts?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TuesdayThoughts" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TuesdayThoughts</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/deadpoolmovie?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@deadpoolmovie" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@deadpoolmovie</a> <a href="https://t.co/VkARhf3zx4" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4</a></p> <p>&#8212; The MoviePass Pod&#127897;&#65039; (@themoviepasspod) <a href="https://twitter.com/themoviepasspod/status/996514657077809158?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/05/10/deadpool-spoilers-letter/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect</a></p></div> <p>The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what?&#160;</p> <p>Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of <em>Logan</em> and the recent X-Men movies.</p> <p>You&#39;re welcome, citizens.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable <a href="https://t.co/eDSL05MLbg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg</a></p> <p>&#8212; semi-stable centenarian &#128420;&#128298;&#11088;&#65039; (@rainbowslinky) <a href="https://twitter.com/rainbowslinky/status/996491302945611778?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Unfortunately, it&#39;s just the movie covers that have been altered.&#160;</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from <a href="https://twitter.com/Walmart?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@Walmart" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@Walmart</a>. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that <a href="https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@VancityReynolds" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@VancityReynolds</a>. We need that remake.</p> <p>&#8212; Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) <a href="https://twitter.com/KinglinkReviews/status/996591608744132610?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 16, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 16, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart&#8212;I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays. <br><br>So good hunting!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Collecting?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Collecting" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Collecting</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ItsAChase?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#ItsAChase" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#ItsAChase</a> <a href="https://t.co/iBcOkAPQCu" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu</a></p> <p>&#8212; Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) <a href="https://twitter.com/MarveliciousToy/status/996372384490971137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.</p> <p><em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em><a href="https://mashable.com/newsletters/?utm_campaign&#38;utm_context=textlink&#38;utm_medium=rss&#38;utm_source" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>here</em></a><em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It&#39;s fun &#8211; we promise.</em></p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2017/05/17/trailer-mix-deadpool/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Deadpool crashes iconic movie covers and honestly, they're so much better

Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.

In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming Deadpool 2, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.

Catch him on the front of My Cousin Vinny or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of Fight Club

Have you seen these new #Deadpool variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! #podernfamily #TuesdayThoughts @deadpoolmovie pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4

— The MoviePass Pod🎙️ (@themoviepasspod) May 15, 2018

The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what? 

Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of Logan and the recent X-Men movies.

You're welcome, citizens. 

guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg

— semi-stable centenarian 🖤🔪⭐️ (@rainbowslinky) May 15, 2018

Unfortunately, it's just the movie covers that have been altered. 

That hasn't stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?

0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from @Walmart. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that @VancityReynolds. We need that remake.

— Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) May 16, 2018

For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart—I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays.

So good hunting!#Collecting #Deadpool #ItsAChase pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu

— Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) May 15, 2018

Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.

Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up here for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It's fun – we promise.

<p>Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.</p> <p>In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming <em>Deadpool 2</em>, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.</p> <p>Catch him on the front of <em>My Cousin Vinny</em> or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of <em>Fight Club</em>.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>Have you seen these new <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/podernfamily?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#podernfamily" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#podernfamily</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/TuesdayThoughts?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#TuesdayThoughts" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#TuesdayThoughts</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/deadpoolmovie?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@deadpoolmovie" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@deadpoolmovie</a> <a href="https://t.co/VkARhf3zx4" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4</a></p> <p>&#8212; The MoviePass Pod&#127897;&#65039; (@themoviepasspod) <a href="https://twitter.com/themoviepasspod/status/996514657077809158?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><p>SEE ALSO: <a href="https://mashable.com/2018/05/10/deadpool-spoilers-letter/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Deadpool&#39;s &#39;no spoilers&#39; letter is as hilariously brutal as you&#39;d expect</a></p></div> <p>The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what?&#160;</p> <p>Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of <em>Logan</em> and the recent X-Men movies.</p> <p>You&#39;re welcome, citizens.&#160;</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable <a href="https://t.co/eDSL05MLbg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg</a></p> <p>&#8212; semi-stable centenarian &#128420;&#128298;&#11088;&#65039; (@rainbowslinky) <a href="https://twitter.com/rainbowslinky/status/996491302945611778?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Unfortunately, it&#39;s just the movie covers that have been altered.&#160;</p> <p>That hasn&#39;t stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?</p> <div><div><blockquote> <p>0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from <a href="https://twitter.com/Walmart?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@Walmart" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@Walmart</a>. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that <a href="https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:@VancityReynolds" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">@VancityReynolds</a>. We need that remake.</p> <p>&#8212; Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) <a href="https://twitter.com/KinglinkReviews/status/996591608744132610?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 16, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 16, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <div><div><blockquote> <p>For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart&#8212;I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays. <br><br>So good hunting!<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Collecting?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Collecting" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Collecting</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Deadpool?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#Deadpool" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#Deadpool</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ItsAChase?src=hash&#38;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:#ItsAChase" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">#ItsAChase</a> <a href="https://t.co/iBcOkAPQCu" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu</a></p> <p>&#8212; Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) <a href="https://twitter.com/MarveliciousToy/status/996372384490971137?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:May 15, 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">May 15, 2018</a></p> </blockquote></div></div> <p>Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.</p> <p><em>Want more clever culture writing beamed directly to your inbox? Sign up </em><a href="https://mashable.com/newsletters/?utm_campaign&#38;utm_context=textlink&#38;utm_medium=rss&#38;utm_source" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:here" class="link rapid-noclick-resp"><em>here</em></a><em> for the twice-weekly Click Click Click newsletter. It&#39;s fun &#8211; we promise.</em></p> <div> <h2><a href="https://mashable.com/2017/05/17/trailer-mix-deadpool/?utm_campaign=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial&#38;utm_cid=Mash-BD-Synd-Yahoo-Ent-Partial" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">WATCH: &#39;Deadpool&#39; as a drama wins all the Oscars</a></h2> <div>  </div> </div>
Deadpool crashes iconic movie covers and honestly, they're so much better

Deadpool is taking over your favorite movies.

In true Deadpool fashion, the masked mercenary has hijacked the BluRay covers of some famous movies. In a marketing move to promote the upcoming Deadpool 2, which releases May 18, Walmart this week has slipped joke covers over classic films to show the chimichanga-loving anti-hero in some brand new roles.

Catch him on the front of My Cousin Vinny or holding up the infamous soap on the cover of Fight Club

Have you seen these new #Deadpool variant Blu-ray slipcovers for a bunch of different movies? I stopped at Walmart to buy Office Space and they were so awesome I bought the entire set of 16 Blu-rays! #podernfamily #TuesdayThoughts @deadpoolmovie pic.twitter.com/VkARhf3zx4

— The MoviePass Pod🎙️ (@themoviepasspod) May 15, 2018

The Deadpool versions of some of these movies definitely sound way cooler than the originals. Who needs Wilson the volleyball when you have Deadpool the volleyball? Tyler Dur-who? Edward Scissor-what? 

Deadpool even crashed into some of his fellow Marvel films (ahem, not MCU) and is now the star of Logan and the recent X-Men movies.

You're welcome, citizens. 

guys look at the movie rack at walmart! brett just sent me the photo. the promo for deadpool is unbelievable pic.twitter.com/eDSL05MLbg

— semi-stable centenarian 🖤🔪⭐️ (@rainbowslinky) May 15, 2018

Unfortunately, it's just the movie covers that have been altered. 

That hasn't stop fans from clamoring for entire remakes of these movies starring Deadpool. Get on it, Ryan Reynolds, chop chop. It is the era of reboots after all, why not give them the twist they deserve?

0/3 today on trying to get Deadpool movies from @Walmart. Though I found out the fight club is just a cover on the original movie and not a remake with Deadpool as Tyler Durden. Please fix that @VancityReynolds. We need that remake.

— Kinglink (@KinglinkReviews) May 16, 2018

For those looking for the DEADPOOL photobomb BluRays at Walmart—I was there when they opened the case. They only got 2-3 of each title and then the rest were Deadpool 1 Blu Rays.

So good hunting!#Collecting #Deadpool #ItsAChase pic.twitter.com/iBcOkAPQCu

— Marvelicious Toys (@MarveliciousToy) May 15, 2018

Happy hunting, Deadpool fans.

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Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
2 Women Accusing Volleyball Coach of Sexual Abuse Testify in Illinois
Two women who accused a prominent youth volleyball coach of sexually abusing them when they were teens testified in front of a state senate committee in Springfield, Illinois on Tuesday.
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Apollo's favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He's got some serious skills!
Apollo&#39;s favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He&#39;s got some serious skills!
Dog loves to play volleyball with owner
Apollo's favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He's got some serious skills!
Apollo&#39;s favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He&#39;s got some serious skills!
Dog loves to play volleyball with owner
Apollo's favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He's got some serious skills!
Apollo&#39;s favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He&#39;s got some serious skills!
Dog loves to play volleyball with owner
Apollo's favorite thing is volleyball with his human. He's got some serious skills!
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric, right and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia play against John Mayer and Trevor Crabb from USA, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric, right and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia play against John Mayer and Trevor Crabb from USA, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric, right and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia play against John Mayer and Trevor Crabb from USA, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, from USA play against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, from USA play against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, from USA play against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta, left, from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, left, and Trevor Crabb, right, from USA winagainst Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, right, and Trevor Crabb, left, from USA win against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, right, and Trevor Crabb, left, from USA win against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer, right, and Trevor Crabb, left, from USA win against Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta from Serbia, in the Men Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Fan Wang, right, from China play against Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, left, from Australia, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Fan Wang, right, from China play against Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, left, from Australia, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Fan Wang, right, from China play against Taliqua Clancy and Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, left, from Australia, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Taliqua Clancy, right, from Australia win against Fan Wang and Xinyi Xia, left, from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Lucerne (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Mariafe Artacho Del Solar, right, from Australia play against Fan Wang, left, and Xinyi Xia from China, in the Women Final at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland Sunday, 13 May, 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men&#39;s semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer(R) and Trevor Crabb (L) of USA react during the men&#39;s semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer(R) and Trevor Crabb (L) of USA react during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- John Mayer(R) and Trevor Crabb (L) of USA react during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men&#39;s semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Trevor Crabb (R) of USA tries to block a spike from Adrian Heidrich (L) of Switzerland during the men's semi final between Adrian Heidrich and Mirco Gerson of Switzerland and John Mayer and Trevor Crabb of USA at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Abierto, Suiza, Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Ade Rachmawan of Indonesia during the men&#39;s semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Ade Rachmawan of Indonesia during the men's semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Ade Rachmawan of Indonesia during the men's semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
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BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia during the men&#39;s semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia during the men's semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER
BCHV. Luzern (Switzerland Schweiz Suisse), 13/05/2018.- Lazar Kolaric (top) of Serbia in action against Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia during the men's semi final between Lazar Kolaric and Stefan Basta of Serbia and Ade Rachmawan and Mohammed Ashfiya of Indonesia, at the Lucerne Beach Volleyball Open 2018, a World Tour tournament in Lucerne, Switzerland, 13 May 2018. (Lucerna, Suiza) EFE/EPA/URS FLUEELER

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