By Camryn Rabideau
Updated: Dec 04, 2016 @ 11:34 am
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Kaieteur Falls in Guyana is the highest single-drop waterfall in the world at almost 750 feet high, but Prince Harry had no problem hanging out on the edge of it. The South American country is one of the Prince's last stops on his tour of the Caribbean, and he certainly made the most of the incredible opportunity.

For his time in Guyana, Prince Harry wore an olive green button-down shirt and casual gray trousers. His first stop in the country was Surama Village, where he was welcomed by the locals and adorned with a stunning feather headdress and traditional necklace.

The 32-year-old royal then visited a primary school, where he led a quick lesson and posed for pictures with the smiling students. The Kensington Palace Instagram account shared videos and pictures of the sweet visit, writing, "A lesson with teacher Prince Harry at the Primary School in Surama."

📽A lesson with teacher Prince Harry at the Primary School in Surama ✏️ #RoyalVisitCaribbean #RoyalVisitGuyana

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Finally, the Prince headed out to Kaieteur Falls to take in the stunning vista from atop the waterfall. He fearlessly posed for pictures on the cliff—surely making his fan base swoon!

‪Prince Harry at Kaieteur Falls, the largest single drop waterfall in the world #RoyalVisitGuyana‬ #RoyalVisitCaribbean

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