Ponant’s Le Commandant Charcot opts for grand style, intended for those wishing to get off the beaten track yet always be in comfort.
Boath House is a hub of creativity and calm in the Scottish Highlands.
For those who are serious about getting away from it all, Tenuta di Murlo offers immersion in the unspoiled landscape of Umbria.
The vast, otherworldly landscape presents itself as a blank canvas, one that inspires those who venture there to discover endless possibilities. A wilderness hideaway in Canyon Point in the Southern Utah desert, Camp Sarika, added to the luxurious 900-acre Amangiri property in 2020, is a year-round glamping destination with tented pavilions.
There’s a saying in Iceland: If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes. And looking out across the vast treeless countryside of South Iceland from Hotel Rangá, you can watch the weather roll in and, just as quickly, roll out. There’s a sense of wild indomitability, pervasive in a place so dependent upon the whims and rhythms of the environment, especially one where they’re as dramatic as in Iceland.
Nestled in northern Chile’s Salt Mountains, red hulking geological wonders dusted with their white namesake, the sprawling adobe hotel mimics the layout of a traditional Atacameño home, which has llamas and alpacas in the centre along with a small garden of crops like corn and beans. At Nayara Atacama, the llama corral is flanked by lush alfalfa bushes.
Somehow, especially because of the deep context provided by the guides and the tight-knit relationships guests are encouraged to develop with one another, the tour feels more real, more experiential—even transformative.
The beauty of Oyster Island and the Sunshine Coast in general is a sensitive one, where rare trees grow resiliently and art thrives.
On the island of Tetiaroa in French Polynesia, the ultra-luxe, ultra-private Brando Resort awaits discovery.