London - Britain's Prince Harry will visit South Africa and Lesotho from 26 November to 4 December.
Harry's Lesotho visit is connected to the charity Sentebale, which works with vulnerable children and helps those living with HIV.
The 30 -year-old royal was spotted in SA at the Kruger National Park in August.
Kruger Park spokesperson William Mabasa confirmed that Prince Harry was at the park as a tourist but Traveller24 later reported he had in fact joined a military camp and was going on night patrols to catch rhino poachers.
Harry is currently working on conservation projects in South Africa however no details were offered on his upcoming visit, which is an official trip.
The prince's office at Kensington Palace also said on Tuesday that Harry would visit the US in the fall to promote the Invictus Games, the sporting event for wounded, injured and sick service personnel.
Harry plans to visit Washington at the end of October to offer support for the 2016 event, which is being held in Orlando, Florida. Specific dates for the visit will be announced later.
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