The 27-year-old will visit Belize, The Bahamas and Jamaica for the first time between March 2 and March 9, Us Weekly has learned. The prince will also travel to Brazil on March 9, making stops in Rio de Janeiro and the State of Sao Paolo through March 11.
The upcoming Diamond Jubilee tour marks the first time Harry will officially represent his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, 85.
The latter visit, organized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is designed to enhance the partnership between the United Kingdom and Brazil. Harry will also represent his various philanthropic organizations.
Once his official duties in Brazil are complete, Prince William's younger brother is expected to stay in the South American country until March 14.