Prince William and Kate Middleton have racked up quite an impressive travel diary since tying the knot in 2011, but even before they were husband and wife, the couple were already giving us serious travel envy.
In fact, nine years ago William and Kate jet-setted off for a glamorous holiday to Kenya in October, which turned out to be the setting for a major milestone in their relationship; the moment William proposed. (Although they didn't announce their engagement until a month later).
The Duke of Cambridge picked quite the location too, during a romantic getaway staying inside one of the luxurious Rutundu log cabins in Kenya.
Nestled along the shores of Lake Rutundu, the log cabins are the epitome of rustic chic with elegant wooden exteriors - they're built from large cedar logs found in the surrounding forests - as well as private decks and views of the surrounding landscape including Mount Kenya.
The cabins offer ultra privacy, with a long drive to reach them in the heart of the Kenyan landscape.
In fact, while the cabins have a radio for communication with the nearby Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, the cabins don't have any phone signal so you can go completely off the grid.
It's no surprise that they were on Prince William's radar for the big moment.
Then of course, the main cabin has everything you could want for a romantic getaway.
For a start, the cabin boasts a cosy sitting room and dining room complete with plush furniture and a huge log fire, ideal for snuggling up during the colder evenings.
Then there's the cabin's spacious verandah from which you can take in the views, the large kitchen for whipping up some hearty meals, and of course a large bedroom with a double bed and ensuite bathroom.
Meanwhile the smaller cabin (in a separate building) has a large bedroom with a double bed, two single beds and an ensuite bathroom.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will have been spoiled for choice with activities too, as the region offers heaps of trails for walking, bird watching, horse riding and fishing.
It seems that William and Kate may have attempted fishing, as the Duchess quipped about the lack of fish in the sweet note she left in the log cabin's guestbook .
Unsurprisingly, the resort stays pretty tight-lipped about how much a stay would set you back - it only releases prices when you are booking a getaway there.