I’ve been lucky enough to visit Botswana for more than 20 years and am incredibly fortunate to be able to call it my second home, the 32-year-old said in a statement.
Since his shining service in the army, Harry’s focus has been animal rights and conservation in Africa, even spending three months in the region as a wildlife crusader, a role he’s described as his dream job.
Prince Harry often takes trips to Africa, following in the footsteps of his mother, Diana. The 32-year-old has even wondered what life would be life if he could move there.
I don’t know how well this would get on, but I’d probably live in Africa. I’d like to spend all my time out there… as a job it would probably be a safari guide.
In his most recent trip to Botswana last September, Harry worked closely with the RCB on a very important project which included fitting electronic tracking devices to critically endangered black rhinos.
It was Harry’s job to monitor the heart rates of the sedated animals and keep them cool with water.
A couple years ago while in Africa, Harry dropped by a sanctuary which looks after orphaned rhinos. There no doubt about it, Harry’s definitely the man for the job!