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Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique

Explore Gorongosa is not your typical neocolonial safari lodge. Instead, the atmosphere is decidedly laidback and familial. Owners Jos and Rob Janisch have set up four quirky tented suites with outdoor bucket showers and canopy beds with cozy down duvets in a camp they call Explorers. Nearby there's a mess tent, library, and open-air lounge with hammocks and a campfire for taking an evening...

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Mahe, Seychelles

A remote archipelago in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles are about as close to an airbrushed tropical idyll as one can get: Think lush green islands ringed with fine white sand and set in a glowing turquoise sea. And with progressive conservation policies, the country retains remarkable marine life and unusual terrestrial life within its borders.

That's not to say that...

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Sossusvlei, Namib Desert, Namibia

The deserts of Namibia are some of the oldest on the planet, and at first glance, they may seem stark and unforgiving. But a closer inspection reveals a cornucopia of flora and fauna that are uniquely adapted to this harsh environment. One of the best places from which to experience this desert vitality is Little Kulala, a camp of 11 luxurious thatched suites situated in a dry riverbed amidst...

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Livingstone, Zambia

Perched on the banks of the wide Zambezi River a mere seven miles upstream from Victoria Falls, Toka Leya is often the first camp safari-goers hit on their tours of southern Africa. It's no surprise why: it's the perfect introduction to the African way of life.

Twelve canvas-and-wood tented suites sit amongst jackalberry, waterberry, and baobab trees and feature outdoor showers and...

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Laikipia District, Kenya

The Laikipia District of northeastern Kenya is home to some of the last vestiges of ancient culture in Africa, and the resident Maasai are the living ancestors of these ancient cultures. One such group, the Il Laikipiak Maasai, took a drastic step toward preserving both their culture and the wild nature of their 16,500 acres of land: They set aside 80 percent of it for conservation and...

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Nanegal, Ecuador

Before travelers even arrive at Santa Lucia, they've been completely submerged into the cloud forests of northern Ecuador. Just getting to the lodge requires a 90-minute-plus uphill hike through jungle brimming with colorful birds and exotic mammal species.

Why build a lodge on the top of a remote hillside in the middle of the Ecuadorian wilderness? Good question. Santa Lucia was the...

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South of Salima, Malawi

Lake Malawi is smack in the middle of prime safari country, between Zambia's South Luanwa National Park and the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and Selous Game Reserve of Tanzania. Though one might sooner call Pumulani a beach lodge than a safari camp, owner Robin Pope Safaris has expertly melded the best of both worlds at this stylish high-end resort, opened in 2008.

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North of Ruhengeri, Rwanda

Mountain gorillas may be some of our closest family members, evolutionarily speaking, but there are fewer than 800 left in the wild thanks in large part to humans' own destructive actions. Almost half of the remaining population of mountain gorillas, including the clan that Dian Fossey studied, reside in the lush volcanic hillsides of northwestern Rwanda.

Witnessing these sensitive...

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Northwest of Panama City, Panama

An aging former U.S. air-force radar tower in the Panama jungle might not seem like an obvious spot for a birdwatching lodge, but Panamanian banker-cum-conservationist Raúl Arias de Para considered it perfect. Turned out he was on to something: The best way to spot birds is, naturally, from their own vantage point—as in, up in the treetops. And this spot is in the midst of bird...

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Moremi, Botswana

It is the world's largest inland delta and Botswana's premier wildlife-watching area. For birdwatchers and wildlife aficionados, the Okavango Delta is not to be missed, and one of the most comfortable places to stay is the elegant Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge, which opened in 2008.

Situated on a 62,000-acre private concession in northern Botswana, the lodge's nine suites have views over...

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