Introducing Our Newest Lodges: Photo Gallery

A private island in the Windward Islands, Petit St. Vincent is an elegant, secluded Caribbean paradise for those who love sailing, snorkeling, kayaking, or just reading on an empty beach. (Petit St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

A collection of cozy cabins and canvas tents hidden deep in the heart of British Columbia's cowboy country, Siwash Lake Ranch is a multi-adventure, all-inclusive wilderness lodge offering a premier horseback riding experience as well as fly-fishing, kayaking, and miles of trails. (British Columbia, Canada) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Wildlife teems on the plains below and Mount Kilimanjaro towers on the horizon, visible from every thatched bungalow of this stunning safari lodge on the slopes of the Chyulu Hills. (Chyulu Hills, Kenya) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Edging the shores of a wildlife-rich lagoon in the Okavango Delta and surrounded by more than 320,000 acres of private, protected land, Zarafa's spacious tents offer an intimate experience with one of Africa's great wildernesses. (Selinda Reserve, Botswana) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Just north of Kenya's famous Masai Mara National Reserve, Mara Plains Camp recalls the elegant safari tents of centuries past, set on a private conservancy where the wildlife is plenty and the crowds are nowhere to be found. (Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kenya) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

With jaw-dropping views of the ocean, the lagoon, and the two massive peaks, this contemporary beach house is a stunning base to explore the little-known gem of Lord Howe Island. (Lord Howe Island, Australia) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

From their perch on an emerald Andean slope, the colonial-style estate and casitas of Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba invite you to soak up the spirit of the Sacred Valley, a region still shrouded in the mysteries of the Inca. (The Urubamba Valley, Peru) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

An inconspicuous door in the heart of Cusco’s old town opens into a world of Spanish-colonial splendor at Inkaterra La Casona, an exquisite 16th-century manor house. (Cusco, Peru) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Sheltered by an intricate forest canopy, the screened-in cabanas of Inkaterra Hacienda Concepción reveal the sights, sounds, and scents of the Amazon Rain Forest. (Lake Sandoval, Peru) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

A secluded cove at the tip of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula harbors Tutka Bay Lodge, an intimate family-owned wilderness lodge with a culinary twist. (Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, United States) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

At the edge of a lake along the historic Iditarod Trail, the hand-built wood cabins of Winterlake offer a beautiful base for your adventures fishing, hiking, or dogsledding in Alaska's backcountry. (South-Central Alaskan Wilderness, United States) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

With a stunning main lodge as its base and six intimate camps secluded in the surrounding wilderness, the Bushcamp Company invites guests to experience one of Africa's lesser-known wildlife preserves from different angles. (South Luangwa, Zambia) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Settle into a cozy wilderness lodge on the edge of the Hudson Bay and head out on an Arctic safari to encounter polar bears, beluga whales, caribou and much more—closer than you ever imagined. (Manitoba, Canada) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

On a private island in the Indian Ocean, gorgeous villas are tucked among seven idyllic beaches and lush forests that Aldabra tortoises, sea turtles, and all manner of tropical birdlife call home. (Fregate Island, The Seychelles) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Shaded by coastal palms and offering prime access to the world’s third-largest coral reef, the thatched beach bungalows of Tiamo are hidden on the rugged Bahamian island of Andros—where guests can explore dense tropical jungles that shelter mysterious blue holes and unexpected wildlife. (South Andros Island, Bahamas) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

Perched amid the Pindos peaks of northern Greece and overlooking one of the world’s deepest gorges, the traditional stone-and-slate dwellings of the Aristi Mountain Resort harken back to a time when the Ottomans ruled the region and exploration was done primarily on foot or horseback. (Aristi, Greece) Click on the image to learn more about this lodge.

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