London, June 21 : Prince Harry will be heading to the African deserts on a holiday with his soldier friends, it has emerged.
The 23-year-old royal is looking forward to treating his soldier friends to the trip of a lifetime in the dunes of Namibia, southern Africa.
Accompanied with the 23 comrades he served with in Afghanistan, the younger son to Prince Charles will take six days to cross the sandy planes on their way towards the famous Skeleton Coast.
In this survival skills trip, the caravan is going to travel by Land Rover and will spend nights under the stars just like they did when they were in Helmand Province.
But this time the boys won't be loaded with guns, instead they will carry cameras to capture the wildlife in one of the world's remotest and most beautiful spots.
Planned by Lt Wales, this trek is organised as an official Army adventurous training.
"He has been excited by the trip for weeks. He sees it as a way of thanking his men and treating them to an experience they will never forget," The Sun quoted a source, as saying.
After this trip, Harry will be taking the group to Lesotho in southern Africa to boost his Aids charity.