Travel off the beaten track and unwind with mother nature at a remote wilderness retreat! Take a look at some of our handpicked favourites for an unforgettable journey.
Experience the tranquility of nature deep in the heart of the Ecuadorian Amazon at the famous Sacha Lodge. This secluded retreat is home to an abundance of wildlife, including three-toed sloths, eight different species of monkeys, exotic birds, ocelots and giant river otters. Spend your days cruising the waters in search of wildlife, explore the breathtaking rainforest atop a gigantic suspension bridge and unwind with a swim in the black-water lake
Amazon Rainforest walks, canopy suspension bridge, canoe trips, Sacha bird walk, Kapok tower, Yasuni parrot lick, butterfly house, and night excursions.
Set on a deep lagoon surrounded by pristine coral reefs, andBeyond Benguerra Island is an exquisite slice of paradise located off the coast of Mozambique. This exclusive resort is an ideal luxury getaway on its own, or as the perfect end to an African safari! Guests can embark on horse rides across the beach, snorkelling, diving, fly-fishing and traditional dhow cruises. Luxurious accommodation is offered in airy casinhas and cabanas, with rooms emerging out of a tropical forest, overlooking a white sandy beach.
Snorkelling at Two-Mile Reef, helicopter sightseeing tours over the Bazaruto Archipelago, traditional dhow cruises, scuba diving, fly and deep sea fishing, horse riding, castaway picnics, island expeditions, and catamaran cruises.
Located on Canada’s Newfoundland coast, Fogo Island is a remote wilderness boasting 420 million years of geologic history. Stunning landscapes host contortions of rock formed by fire, ice and sea with the entire spectrum of the Magma Chamber exposed. On the Northeast Coast, guests can experience the luxury of Fogo Island Inn during seven distinct seasons. The building boasts a heritage library, contemporary art gallery, wood-fired saunas, and hot tubs on a rooftop deck offering uninterrupted views of the ocean and stars.
Fogo Island has seven distinct seasons. Each one provides a different perspective for getting to know the Island. Here a few of the things you can enjoy – wildlife watching, bonfire nights, ice skating, stargazing on the rooftop deck, snowmobiling, rooftop hot tubs & saunas, gardens & root cellars, Oliver’s Grove, fishing, the Blackwestern Shore, Sandy Cove Beach, and snowshoeing.
Journey to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda and marvel at the world’s largest living primate! This secluded and remote UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to just under 350 endangered mountain gorillas, along with the Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp nestled in the surrounding mountains. Because of its unique location, the camp is treated to frequent visits from gorilla families who make this rainforest their home.
Frequently visited by gorilla families due to its unique location, exclusive camp with only eight tents, gorilla tracking, Batwa tribe experience, birding walks, Queen Elizabeth National Park drives, and forest walks.
Travel back to the roots of safari with a unique ‘under canvas’ camp in the desert wilderness of Namibia! Designed to offer a true ‘back to nature’ experience, this tented camp is surrounded by stunning red Sossusvlei sand dunes and is home to a host of desert adapted wildlife, including elephant, giraffe, oryx, springbok and even predators such as lion. Activities include stargazing, desert pool experiences, multi-day walking safaris, hot air ballooning and scenic flights.
Drives in the Neuhof Nature Reserve, desert pool experiences, stargazing in the desert, multi-day walking safari, sleep out under the stars, game drives, hot air ballooning, and helicopter or fixed wing scenic flights.
Situated north of the Arctic Circle, this unique wilderness lodge is a world-class beluga observation site and offers rare encounters with iconic Arctic wildlife. Anticipate sightings of polar bears, ringed seals, muskoxen, fox dens, whales and bird cliffs. Guests can also embark on ATV and unimog rides, kayaking, fishing and hiking. During the Midnight Sun, be treated to stunning polar photography with 24 hours of daylight.
Encounter rarely seen and iconic arctic wildlife and their habitats: polar bears, muskoxen, ringed seals, bird cliffs, fox dens and much more, visit the Cunningham River estuary – seasonal home to hundreds of beluga whales, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), a Mercedes Unimog, kayaking, rafting, fishing, and hiking.
Located in the lush Catarpe Valley of the Salt Mountain Range in Chile, the Alto Atacama Desert Lodge & Spa is a tranquil haven completely immersed in natural surroundings. Guests are encouraged to get off the beaten track, interact with the local indigenous culture and explore the desert’s varied and eerily beautiful landscapes by foot or bike. Geysers, hot springs, volcano climbs, mountain biking through desert canyons, wandering Incan ruins and viewing ancient petroglyphs are just a few of the adventurous excursions offered.
Chilean wines, spa treatments, geysers, hot springs, volcano climbs, mountain biking through desert canyons, wandering Incan ruins, and ancient petroglyphs.
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