PRINCE Harry has clocked up more air miles on his unannounced tour of Africa after visiting Rwanda.
The Duke of Sussex, who quit royal duty two and half years ago, was pictured with Rwandan President Paul Kagame yesterday.
Prince Harry was pictured with Rwandan President Paul Kagame yesterday
He has clocked up more air miles on his unannounced tour of Africa
It comes after he spent three days in a luxury beach resort in Mozambique with financiers and US Senators.
He jetted 10,000 miles from his $14million Montecito mansion last week.
Both trips are believed to be organised for his African Parks wildlife conservation project.
The prince espouses green travel through his eco-firm Travalyst.
He is set to jet to the UK and Germany next month when he returns for a string of private engagements with Meghan.
Rwanda has struck agreements with African Parks to manage Akagera and Nyungwe National Parks.
Harry took a detour to visit the Kigali Genocide Memorial which remembers the 800,000 people slaughtered in just 100 days in 1994.
It comes two months after Charles and Camilla were in Rwanda for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.