We've unearthed some of the most incredible Base Camps on the planet.
These are the places whereby expeditions start and end. Where you'll find yourself feeling at home away from home, making new memories in distant cultures and landscapes. Most of our base camps are owner-operated, off-the-grid, and ingeniously creative with hospitality galore. Find your ultimate base camp.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
NORTHERN FRONTIER DISTRICT, KENYA
The family owned and operated Ol Malo is a ranch and wildlife sanctuary in Kenya’s wild Northern Laikipia Province, the heartland of the Samburu tribe.
COLE'S BAY, TASMANIA
An undiscovered outpost that balances endless exploring in Freycinet National Park with lavish digs.