- Luxe Safari Lodge
- Central America
- East Africa
- New Mexico
- British Columbia
- North America
- Bush Homes
- Nimmo Bay
- New Zealand
IGUAZU FALLS, ARGENTINA
Located at the foot of one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Iguazu Falls, this base camp will take your breath away.
Tucked into a native lenga forest with jaw-dropping views of Torres del Paine National Park, these twelve contemporary villas constructed of wood and glass are a modern reinvention of classic estancia outposts.
Rwanda is a compelling place where a turbulent past is today reconciled with thriving local cultures, a burgeoning tourism scene, and of course, the deeply treasured Volcanoes National Park.
CHYULU HILLS, KENYA
Campi ya Kanzi means "Camp of the Hidden Treasure" in Kiswahili, and it is truly that. Located in Hemingway's Green Hills of Africa, this award-winning ecolodge is far removed from the hectic pace of the modern world.
The exclusive Chem Chem lies in the migration corridor between the immense savannahs of Tarangire National Park and the bird-rich waters of Lake Manyara in its own nearly 10,000 acre private land concession.
VANCOUVER ISLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA
The fragile Clayoquot Sound plays host to this summer-season Northwest wilderness escape. Get closer to the stars than ever before at the newly opened Cloud Camp, or stay in a canvas tent down below for a coastal retreat.
Privately owned and operated, the Cliff House is a five-star hotel situated right next to Ireland's iconic towns of Cork and Waterford.
MASAI MARA GAME RESERVE, KENYA
Recalling an era of luxury and quality, Cottars 1920's Safari Camp harkens back to the original spirit and essence of safari, reminiscent of a golden era—one of romance, professional guiding, elegance, and above all else, adventure.
Check Iceland off your bucket list with an epic week of heli-skiing fresh tracks, straight down to the shores of the Arctic at the stunning and brand new Deplar Farm.
The brand new Duba Expedition Camp sits in the heart of classic Okavango Delta habitat in Botswana. A matrix of palm-dotted islands, flood plains and woodland, the nearly 200,000-acre private concession typifies the region’s unique landscape.
Duba Plains is one of Outside GO’s absolute must-see camps. Located on nearly 200,000 acres of undisturbed wilderness area in the Okavango Delta, the wildlife is only one of the reasons we’re so in love with Duba.
TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK, CHILE
If there's anything cooler than staying under the towering Torres del Paine in Chile, it's staying in other-wordly ecodomes like the ones at EcoCamp Patagonia.
WOLGAN VALLEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA
Emirates Wolgan Valley is Australia's first conservation-focused luxury resort, and it perches lightly on a private 4,000-acre wildlife reserve.
LAIKIPIA PLATEAU, KENYA
Sitting in the shadow of Mount Kenya, Enasoit Game Sanctuary is a beautiful home-away-from-home where classic safari adventure meets ultimate comfort.
NGORONGORO CRATER, TANZANIA
Perched on the wild side of the rim of Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater, Entamanu Ngorongoro is a destination unlike any other.
SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE, KENYA
This eco-lodge in northern Kenya was founded by one of the most passionate conservation families in all of Africa. Here, elephants are the stars of a show that is played out against the backdrop of the wild and rugged Samburu lands.
SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, GALAPAGOS, ECUADOR
This tented camp evokes the safari spirit of Africa, with aquatic adventures fit for the incredible islands Darwin made famous.
Imagine sailing down the shoreline of Lake Tanganyika, one of the few unspoiled ecosystems on the planet, to find what may be one of the most unique camps in the world. This is Greystoke Mahale.
Set amidst the giddy heights of the Andes at 9,600 feet, Hacienda Zuleta has been in the family of the late Galo Plaza Lasso, a former president of Ecuador, for more than 100 years.
RUAHA NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA
Jabali Ridge raises the bar in exclusive wilderness luxury. The outpost is located in the vast Ruaha National Park, which with nearly 8,000 square miles of protected land is not only the biggest park in Tanzania, but in the whole of East Africa.
MANA POOLS NATIONAL PARK, ZIMBABWE
Walking is the name of the game at John's Camp, located in the renowned Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe.
This small boutique camp is located in Tarangire National Park in Tanzania’s Manyara Region—a park second only to the Serengeti in its concentration of wildlife.
OKAVANGO DELTA, BOTSWANA
Kwetsani Camp was designed by water, accommodating the ebb and flow of the floodplains below. It is one of the most remote camps in the entire Okavango Delta.
WATERBERG MOUNTAINS, SOUTH AFRICA
Leobo Private Reserve is a departure from the normal tented safari circuit. Located on a private 20,000-acre estate in the Waterberg Mountains three hours north of Johannesburg, the property itself is a private home that has just recently opened to guests part time.
LEWA CONSERVANCY, KENYA
Lewa House is located in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2013. Set on top of a hill with panoramic views, the outpost overlooks the sacred mountain of the Samburu—Ol Lolokwe.
SABI SAND GAME RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA
Our quest for the ultimate stargazing camps begins in South Africa at Lion Sands Private Game Reserve and its three perfectly positioned, architecturally inspiring treehouses.
HWANGE NATIONAL PARK, ZIMBABWE
Set in a private concession within Zimbabwe's largest game reserve, at Little Makalolo you'll enjoy all the benefits of an immense national park without the crush of crowds.
ULURU-KATA TJUTA NATIONAL PARK, AUSTRALIA
While we have quite a few epic base camps in Australia, Longitude 131 is our favorite one under canvas.
OLARE OROK CONSERVANCY, MASAI MARA, KENYA
Imagine a camp set right in the heart of some of the greatest apex predator country in all of Africa. This is Mara Plains.
QUEENSTOWN, NEW ZEALAND
Spectacularly located on Lake Wakatipu you'll find Matakauri Lodge, set in one of the world's most serenely beautiful landscapes with stunning views from every angle of the Remarkable, Cecil, and Walter Peak mountain ranges.