During Prince William's gap year break, he worked at a lodge and conservancy in Kenya. The 55,000-acre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy thus became like another home for him, and he has often returned there on holiday in past years. It was here that, during another such vacation last month in October, the Prince proposed. And the good news is: it's open to the public.
Of course the Prince usually stays in the VIP quarters of the lodge of the family that owns the conservancy, but they have rooms available for tourists. There are cottages with verandahs, a pool, and more luxurious nooks, but we think the safari camp with the backdrop of Mount Kenya looks most romantic.
Lewa Conservancy even has available for excursions "the only open cockpit biplane in East Africa," which would probably have peaked William's interest, since he's an RAF search and rescue pilot and all.
The Prince is also known to spend time at Olpejeta Ranch and Sweetwaters tented camp in Kenya, but Lewa seems the most likely place for the proposal.