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Mountain Lodge Tamersc - South Tyrol

Nestled in the heart of Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park in the Dolomites, the Mountain Lodge consists of two enchanting properties, including a tastefully restored hunter’s cabin made entirely from larch wood. The chic, minimalist interiors are beautifully decorated, combining modern and traditional design with genuine South Tyrolean flair. Suitable for up to 6 guests, the lodge makes for an ideal retreat whether you’re looking for an active holiday or blissful relaxation.

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The Outpost Lodge - Zimbabwe, South Africa

Remotely located in the heart of Makuleke Contractual Park - a stunning wild natural area somewhere between Zimbabwe and Mozambique, the Outpost Lodge offers luxury accommodation in 12 individual suites overlooking the Luvuvhu River and the vast expanse of untouched wilderness beyond. The hotel’s rooms feature beautiful African-inspired decors mixed with contemporary elements, and gorgeous outdoor terraces appointed with daybeds. Moreover, there’s an excellent range of Massage Therapies available on site, and a dazzling array of dining venues where guests can indulge in delicious local cuisine and lovely South African wines produced by the owner himself.

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Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge - Tasmania, Australia

Situated in one of the wildest and most pristine areas of Tasmania, at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge consists of a stunning array of suites and log cabins with topnotch facilities and beautiful interiors. A sensational alpine spa, world-class conference and wedding facilities, and a gourmet restaurant offering the best of Tasmanian cuisine complement the relaxed sophistication of this magnificent resort.

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Adrere Amellal - Siwa, Egypt

From afar, it resembles a sand castle with all its magic, soft turrets and perfect details, but once inside, you are awarded with a quiet, refined and intimate atmosphere that reminds of biblical Egypt. The stunning desert eco-lodge of Adrere Amellal is beautifully located in Siwa Oasis, at the foot of the mystical White Mountain, and offers 40 magnificent rooms, each unique in design and décor, but all gorgeously appointed with distinctive furnishings crafted by talented local artisans from high-quality indigenous materials. Your stay will be enhanced by delicious traditional cuisine based on organic locally-grown ingredients, a lovely spring-fed pool, and an exquisite range of desert and cultural excursions.

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IgluLodge - Germany

They call it the highest igloo hotel in the Alps, and rightfully so. The IgluLodge sits at an altitude of nearly 2,000 meters in the Allgäu region of Southern Germany, providing spectacular mountain views and comfortable accommodation for up to 30 overnight guests. Designed by a skilled snow artist, the hotel features a distinctive theme each year. All of the village’s 10 sleeping igloos are provided with heated snow beds, sleeping bags and comfortable reindeer fur blankets. The hotel has its own ice bar, hot whirlpool and lovely restaurant that serves traditional Allgäu cheese fondue.

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Sanctuary Baines’ Camp - Botswana

Small, intimate and utterly luxurious, Sanctuary Baines’ Camp in Botswana is as romantic as its gorgeous surroundings and legendary African sunsets. Perched high above the Boro River, somewhere between the Moremi Game Reserve and the Okavango Delta, this exquisite eco-friendly oasis of calm and tranquility in the middle of nature boasts its own chef, a nice swimming pool, an array of sitting areas and five lavish suites, each with its own private deck overlooking the river. Among the sensational experiences that this place is offering are eating, bathing and al fresco dinners under the stars, but also wildlife encounters, walking safaris and night game drives.

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Emerald Lake Lodge - Canada

Remotely located on the picturesque shores of Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, with the breathtaking Canadian Rockies as a backdrop, the Emerald Lake Lodge offers visitors a one-of-a-kind mix of luxury and wilderness. Accommodation is available in 24 chalet-style cabins; entertainment splits between skiing trails, canoeing, hiking trails and the property’s game room; and the food is of the highest quality and entirely devoted to the Rocky Mountain Cuisine. Rooms and suites are spacious and cozy, with beautiful traditional décor, wood-burning fireplaces and balconies overlooking the stunning surroundings.

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