Can you canoe? Prince William and Kate Middleton certainly can, and they showed off their athleticism on Tuesday in Canada when they paddled their way to a romantic getaway on what's known as 'Honeymoon Island.'

According to Us Weekly, the royal couple left Blachford Lake Lodge in the Northwest Territories Tuesday and canoed to Eagle's Island, a small, remote island known for its never-ending sunsets. The island is so far north that the sun only sets for a moment during the summer.

William reportedly planned the quick trip to the island for his new bride after their Canadian plans were in place.

The couple enjoyed three quiet hours together on the small island, which is home to several bald eagle nests. A chef made the pair a special dinner to enjoy by an open campfire, and included local fare like local cranberries, bannock break and caribou steaks.