British royal Prince Harry is reportedly set to treat Meghan Markle to a £1,000-a-night houseboat safari.
The British royal - who has been dating the 'Suits' actress since mid-2016 - has whisked Meghan off to Botswana, where they are set to cruise the Okavango Delta in the hope of seeing hippos and crocodiles.
A source shared: "There are 6,000 square miles of water to explore.
"Sometimes you can go for days without seeing another boat or another tourist. The boat will have a private cabin, or a bed can be made up on the deck if they decided to sleep out under the stars, which he has done before.
"They have gone in the middle of the best season to see game."
The high-profile couple - who have flown to Africa to mark Meghan's 36th birthday - are poised to spend three days on the houseboat during their three-week trip.
And Harry is eager for his girlfriend to develop the same passion he already has for the continent of Africa, where he has spent so much time in the past.
The insider told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Harry wants to show her where his heart really is - and it is Africa."
Previously, the flame-haired Prince has been on holidays to Botswana with Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas, his ex-girlfriends.
Meanwhile, Kathryn Drysdale - who plays Meghan Markle in the comedy 'The Windsors' - recently said she thinks Prince Harry will soon propose to the actress.
She shared: "I hear Prince Harry's going to propose - how exciting for her if that happens! I think Meghan has got her sights set on becoming a humanitarian and possibly a royal.
"She's been thrust into the limelight, but I think she's very well equipped. She may be sweet and charming but she's probably got nerves of steel. I think she can handle it. That's the impression I get."