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Dunes Hotels
Al Tarfa Desert Sanctuary Lodge - The Deep Unexplored Lands Of Egypt
'21may27
Al Tarfa Desert  
Sanctuary Lodge
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There is much more to Egypt than the Red Sea resorts and the ancient pyramids. Al Tarfa Desert Sanctuary is located deep inside the country, off the beaten track. The lodge is set in the Dakhla, which is regarded as Egypt's most beautiful oasis. This large private reserve is a ...
Accommodation types: Desert   Remote   Traditional
Location: El-Rashda  Egypt  Middle East
Pelican Point Lodge - Namibia’s Secluded Hotel By The Lighthouse
'18jun11
Pelican Point  
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Pelican Point Lodge is one of those hotels that isn’t just accommodation, but a destination in itself. The lodge took its name from the Pelican Point, where it’s situated. It’s a remote peninsula off the coast of Namibia with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Walvis Bay on ...
Accommodation types: Beach   Lighthouse   Nature   Remote
Location: Walvis Bay  Namibia  Africa
Reggie Camel Camps - India Safari Club
'13apr17
Camel Camp  
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Safari was an Indian invention. The word Sahar means travel in Sanskrit/Hindi and the British appropriated the word and took it to Africa. The India Safari club takes you on trips in the Rajastani wilderness using 4x4, camels, or even elephants. It was all the brainchild of founder, Reggie Marwar ...
Accommodation types: Desert   Tent   Traditional
Location: Jodhpur  India  South Asia
Nayara Alto Atacama - Fortress In The Atacama Desert
'12dec27
Alto Atacama  
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Legend has it that when God was done creating the world, he had a handful of features left - deserts, mountains, and forests. He put them all in his pocket. But his pocket had a hole in it and as he walked across heaven bits of land leftover from making ...
Accommodation types: Desert   Luxury   Nature
Desert Cave Hotel – Goin’ Underground
'12oct2
Desert Cave  
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Coober Pedy is a small mining town in the Australian Outback. Because of the extreme temperatures (40ºC in summer), many inhabitants live in underground houses called ‘dugouts’. In fact, the name, ‘Coober Pedy’ comes from the Aboriginal name for the town, ‘kupa-piti’ which means 'white man's hole'. The area has ...
Accommodation types: Cave   Desert   Underground