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Owned by a polar explorer, writer and photographer Børge Ousland, Manshausen Island Resort has a taste of true adventure. Its tagline, “where sea and mountains meet”, captures well the remote and beautiful surroundings of the property. Manshausen is a 55-acre private island far above the Arctic Circle in Norway and ...
Watamu Treehouse has been named a "Best Hotel in Kenya" and it’s no wonder why! Located on Kenya’s serene Watamu Beach and built high amongst the treetops, this hotel offers guests an unreal view of the Indian Ocean coastline and lush surrounding forests. It’s the perfect getaway for those looking ...
Built in the 19th Century, this getaway is unlike any other in Raipur, India. Lakshman Sagar was originally constructed as a hunting lodge, hosting only the most elite and noble of families. Now, it’s home to 12 sustainably designed cottages dotted along a man-made lake. Known for its “slow living” ...
With just 27 rooms, the Tortuga Lodge & Gardens sits on a gorgeous canal located in Costa Rica. This lodge is the ideal place for those looking to reconnect with nature. From guided wildlife boating trips and fishing, to cultural excursions, there’s a world of adventure to discover in the ...
To infinity and beyond! Okay, so maybe you’re not Buzz Lightyear... but you’ll surely be buzzing about this beautiful Mnemba Island resort located just off the northeast coast of Zanzibar! Each of the 12 open-sided, thatched wooden suites comes complete with its own private shaded veranda. The decor is simple ...
The Covered Bridge earned much of its fame after being highlighted on HGTV. The now historic location, known as the Covered Bridge House, is located within a few steps of Nevada City but has a distinctly natural ambiance. The interiors of the home are New York loft-style and have won ...
Named after the area’s sugar factories, Azucar features 20 beachside bungalows all as white as their namesake. The thatched roofs and colorful daybeds accent the pristine whiteness. Set on the Gulf of Mexico on miles of sandy beaches, Hotel Azucar is made for rest, recreation, and meditation. Each little bungalow ...
It is in the union of body, mind, and breath that you will find true balance As an Englishman looking out on the continuous grey rain of his country, the thought of a yoga retreat in sunny Mexico with spare hours spent on the beach next to the humming jungle ...
Hotel Palafitte takes Japanese minimalism and combines it with over-water bungalows from the South Pacific islands and places it all in the Swiss Alps. And not just anywhere in the Swiss Alps, in one of the best spots available in the converted Three Lakes region. Contemporary hardwood floors and designer ...
Rainforests, they’re not just for tropical countries. There’s one in Canada too. 21 million acres of it. There, you will find King Pacific which is one of a new breed of ‘eco-lodges’. Developers worked closely with local First Nation tribes in order to support the local economy. You can visit ...
Forget staying in a hotel by the sea. How about staying in one in the sea? Your room in this unique hotel is on a floating platform in the beautiful Swedish fjords. Each 2-story unit was built off-site and towed to Klädesholmen where each piece was permanently moored ready for ...
The Indigo Hotel’s architecture was designed by master builder, Sebastián Irarrázaval using wood and lots of natural light to create a relaxing, eco-friendly experience where hammocks hang lazily on the landings. The restaurant, Mama Rosa, serves fresh crab straight from the Eberhard Fjord and sumptuous local beef. The excursions on ...