The Crown Prince has been teasing us with clips on Instagram…
He’s an intrepid traveller whose adventures have seen him hit the USA, UK and Mongolia in recent months.
And the next stop on HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s bucket list appears to be Tanzania, if his social media accounts are anything to go by.
The Crown Prince of Dubai has been sharing clips and videos with his 6.2 million Instagram followers over the last few days, showing a rather picture-perfect safari experience.
From wild lions to cheeky monkeys, the royal’s stories have been full of wildlife, off-road trekking, and idyllic scenery.
The famous thrill-seeker also shared a clip of himself jumping over a large pool of water (although he did lose that hat mid-leap):
The royal also looks to have taken the wheel during a drive into the savannah, from which he shared plenty of clips of the local wildlife.
It’s not known if Sheikh Hamdan is currently in the East African country, famed for its national parks such as the Serengeti and Kilimanjaro, or if he’s just uploading some travel snaps post-visit.
The royal shared a video last week, with the ‘throwback’ hashtag #TB, showing a local lady singing before dissolving into giggles.
Sheikh Hamdan captioned the clip “kuweni nafuraha”, which is Swahili for “be happy”.
Prior to Tanzania, the royal has most recently holidayed in Aspen, where he shared several snaps from the ski slopes.
Where else will 2018 take him? We’ll keep you posted…
Images: HH Sheikh Hamdan/Instagram