The British royal, who left the military earlier this year (15) to focus on charity work, will stay in the African country until September (15) to shadow top rhino veterinarian Dr. Pete Morkel.

He will also join trackers as they monitor animal numbers, according to Britain's The Sun newspaper.

During his trip, Prince Harry will also travel to Botswana to visit conservation charity Tusk. His brother Prince William has been a Royal Patron for the organisation since 2005.