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The Berkeley River Lodge - Australia

Remotely located along the north Kimberley Coast in Western Australia, The Berkeley River Lodge combines 5 star luxury with an authentic outback experience. Perched atop dramatic dunes, the property’s 20 ocean-view villas boast sleek, contemporary design, open air baths, and private decks complete with daybeds and magnificent views. Other upscale facilities include a sparkling 20 meter lap pool, a luxurious Bell 407 helicopter, and the exquisite Dunes Restaurant, where guests can indulge in artisan cheeses, refined Australian wines and inspiring dishes prepared by Chef Paul Seymour.

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Silky Oaks Lodge - Australia

A gateway to Tropical North Queensland, the elegant Silky Oaks Lodge on the Mossman Gorge River offers accommodation in a fine array of river and tree houses designed to connect guests with the surrounding nature. All tropically inspired units have marble bathrooms and tasteful furnishings made of rosewood and oak, and some of the upgraded suites come with spectacular rainforest views and terraces/balconies furnished with daybeds and hammocks. Further amenities at this eco-luxury lodge include an award-winning spa inspired by the surrounding Daintree Rainforest, and the open-sided Treehouse Restaurant, where guests can enjoy romantic riverside dining while savoring delicious Australian cuisine and wines.

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Madikwe Safari Lodge - South Africa

Built in perfect harmony with the wild, breathtakingly beautiful natural surroundings, Madikwe Safari Lodge offers exclusive game lodge accommodation in the heart of South Africa’s stunning Madikwe Game Reserve. This family-run retreat consists of three different lodges, the largest of which boasts 12 beautiful suites with private plunge pools, outdoor showers and magnificent viewing decks. Interiors are appointed with rustic chic décor, reflecting the red, tawny hues of the African landscape.

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Tinga Lodge - South Africa

Perched on the banks of the Sabie River, in the heart of Kruger National Park, Tinga Lodge is one of Lion Sands’ most luxurious accommodations. Consisting of 9 huge suites and a dazzling array of public spaces that open out onto fabulous wooden decks, the lodge is one of those rare places where luxury and wilderness blend marvelously together. Guests are greeted with grand, colonial-inspired interiors decorated with rich dark woods, and each spacious suite has its own plunge pool or viewing deck overlooking the river. For indoor recreation, there’s a classy library filled with stately leather couches and African literature.

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Yacutinga Lodge - Argentina

Nestled in Argentina’s Misiones jungle, only 50 miles from world-renowned Iguazu Falls, the eco-friendly Yacutinga Lodge offers charming, traditional accommodation in independent lodging modules spread across 4 hectares of unspoilt nature. All accommodations are built in perfect harmony with the breathtakingly beautiful surroundings and decorated in a genuine rustic style with locally-sourced materials. The lodge has its own swimming pool, organic restaurant and private wildlife refuge.

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River Lodge - South Africa

Perched on the banks of Sabie River, within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in Kruger National Park, River Lodge offers topnotch accommodation in 20 luxurious rooms, all complete with sprawling wooden decks that allow for fantastic views. The design is a contemporary approach to traditional South African colors and textures, with sumptuous king-size beds, free-standing tubs, outdoor rainfall showers, and soft furnishings in calming cream and beige hues.

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Tongabezi Lodge - Zambia, South Africa

Scenically located along the Zambezi River, near the famous Victoria Falls, Tongabezi Lodge offers upmarket and authentic African experiences. The luxury camp consists of 10 houses and cottages, each with its own character, private valet and gorgeous surroundings. The African-inspired interiors feature beautiful open-plan design and traditional furnishings made from locally-sourced materials. Meals consist of fresh seasonal food and are served in various open air decks across the camp.

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