National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World (12 Photos)

Properties must undergo a rigorous vetting process and site audit to become part of the collection. They are selected for outstanding guest service, experiences offered, leadership in sustainable tourism, and a commitment to protecting cultural and natural heritage.

The lodges offer a wide range of unique opportunities for travelers, such as walking safaris at The Bushcamp Company in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, horseback riding and hiking in the shadow of a volcano at Mexico’s Hacienda de San Antonio, and cooking classes with a renowned chef in Alaska’s backcountry at Winterlake Lodge.

For detailed descriptions of each lodge and a full-service experience from booking to checkout, visit Source

1. Fregate Island Private, The Seychelles


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2. ol Donyo Lodge, Chyulu Hills, Kenya


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3. Churchill Wild – Seal River Heritage Lodge, Manitoba, Canada


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4. Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island


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5. Cuixmala, Costalegre, Mexico


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6. Lone Mountain Ranch, Montana, United States


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7. Zarafa Camp, Selinda Reserve, Botswana


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8. Tutka Bay Lodge, Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula


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9. Mara Plains Camp, Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kenya


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10. Petit St. Vincent, St. Vincent and the Grenadines


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11. Bushcamp Company, South Luangwa National Park, Zambia


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12. Hacienda de San Antonio, Colima, Mexico


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