Eagle Cottages at Gulf State Park - United States
The Havannah Vanuatu - Vanuatu
Susafa - Italy
The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island - United States
Borgo Pignano - Italy
Duba Plains Camp - Botswana
Isla Palenque Resort - Panama
Storfjord Hotel - Norway
South of Pisa, nestled in the heart of the Tuscan countryside and perched atop a cypress-dotted hill, a piece of paradise awaits. Borgo Pignano is the Italy of your dreams: a 750-acre country estate built upon an ancient Etruscan hamlet with meticulously restored cottages and farmhouses, a medieval church, olive groves, and gardens radiating from its 18th-century villa.
Each March in northern Botswana’s Okavango Delta, an abundance of fresh water transforms a vast stretch of golden desert into a vivid oasis of blue and green. Deep in this astonishing ecosystem stand the tented suites of Duba Plains Camp, tucked under the shade of ancient ebony trees, far from the nearest human habitation.
On the shore of a freshwater lake separated by rolling dunes from the Gulf of Mexico, amid the whisper of waving bulrushes and longleaf pines, you’ll find Eagle Cottages at Gulf State Park, a shining example of sustainable tourism in one of the most biodiverse environments of America’s Gulf Coast.
Located in the stunning Gulf of Chiriquí, off Panama’s Pacific coast, Isla Palenque Resort is a sanctuary far from the distractions of modern life. Find yourself on these distant shores, and discover an island that is yours to explore.
A stay at Storfjord, perched on a hillside in the shadows of the Sunnmøre Alps and overlooking its namesake fjord, is more than a vacation from the distractions of daily life—it’s a new way of living.
Perched on a green hilltop in Sicily, surrounded by rolling wheat fields and stately Roman ruins, you’ll find the 19th-century estate of Susafa. The Saeli-Rizzuto family has harvested fruit, pressed wine, and produced cheese at this historic masseria for five generations; today, guests are welcomed behind the old stone walls for a taste of authentic Sicilian hospitality.
The Havannah Vanuatu claims all the qualities of a remote island sanctuary—private villas overlooking the ocean; exquisite local cuisine served in the setting of your choice; and a wealth of activities for adventure-lovers and tranquility-seekers alike.
Spend your days exploring Little St. Simons Island by foot or boat, or relax seaside on the tranquil beach; then gather with your fellow travelers and swap stories over dinner—a nightly ritual that evokes the joyful, carefree spirit of summer camp down south.
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