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It’s official — the Sussex’s royal tour is over. They can now sit back and relax — until their next engagement. For now, though, let’s look back at Harry and Meghan‘s final day in New Zealand, where they still managed to pack in a bunch of events. Their last event of the day was the most stunning of their 16-day tour, as the parents-to-be became one with nature and walked across a suspension bridge between the 117-year-old ancient Redwood trees of Whakarewarewa Forest.

An absolutely gorgeous setting.

No, really, this is what Harry and Meghan experienced:

Awesome, right? The couple also checked out a geothermal pond …

… and met with local bikers, as the forest is home base to a thriving mountain biking community.

For obvious reasons. Because with views like these, is there any other place to be?

After leaving their final event, Harry and Meghan wrapped their tour the way it began: holding hands.

Until next time. In the meantime, thanks for the memories, Harry and Meghan. It was truly wonderful. Now get some rest.