Kate and William will have a night's holiday on the deserted and privately owned Tavanipupu island. The resort prides itself on its sunning crystal waters, as well as £300-a-night luxury hand-thatched bungalows, as part of a Diamond Jubilee tour organised by the Queen. They will also visit Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Borneo and the Solomon Islands.
On their travels, the couple will get to see some endangered orangutans, and will have the honour of having an orchid named after each of them in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Kate Middleton will be pampered on the holiday, as Prince Charles has reportedly paid for a hairdresser to travel with the couple, and they have also hired a private jet to transport them.
When Kate and William are on Tavanipupu island, they will have to endure being carried from their plane to the shores in a garlanded canoe, as the Queen and Prince Philip did on their visit to the resort in 1982.
It was also confirmed that the Duke and Duchess hope to go snorkelling whilst on the island.