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Nantucket, MA

If you've ever wondered what it would be like if a very wealthy friend invited you to her Nantucket mansion and instructed the staff to see to your every need, the Wauwinet will fulfill that dream. Nine miles from Nantucket's main drag, this exclusive Relais & Châteaux property occupies an isolated spot between oceanside dunes and a tranquil, beach-rimmed bay. It offers access to miles of...

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Cozumel, Mexico

Scuba Club Cozumel came on the scene in 1976 as the first dedicated dive resort on what has, in the intervening years, become the most popular and accessible dive destination in the Caribbean. Located just outside the lively town of San Miguel—about a mile from the main tourist center—Scuba Club has easy access to all of Cozumel's topside and underwater options, while sitting far...

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Roseau, Dominica

True to form on an island that couldn't feel further from the mainstream, megaresort destinations of the Caribbean, the family-owned Castle Comfort Dive Lodge exudes a simple, laidback atmosphere. The grounds comprise manicured gardens, a small swimming pool and hot tub, waterfront bar, restaurant, and the on-site dive center, Dive Dominica. It's all nestled onto a modest property located...

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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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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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Boyne Falls, MI

Boyne Mountain has long been known as one of the premier ski and golf destinations in the Midwest, combining world-class facilities, charming shops and restaurants, and a laidback atmosphere against the backdrop of northern Michigan's natural beauty.

Now the destination has become even more family-friendly with the addition of the Mountain Grand Lodge, built in 2004. Boasting Avalanche...

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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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Patagonia, Chile

Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile is a twisted mass of monoliths and hoodoos that rise some 10,000 feet from the dry Patagonian steppe, seemingly piercing the clouds overhead. It's a dramatic glacial landscape where The Horns, a block of sweeping granite, rise majestically...

Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

All it takes is about an hour of driving in the back of a jeep at Kenya's magnificent Masai Mara National Reserve and visitors are mesmerized by the wealth of wildlife. Mara is Swahili for "dotted hillside" and if you look across the savannah, you'll spot giraffes, elephants, Cape buffaloes, zebras, baboons, lions lounging under tall acacia trees, impalas, and hordes of wildebeests, especially...


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