Secluded and spectacular, with stunning rooms and unforgettable experiences – a stay at a luxury lodge will elevate your holiday to the next level. Indeed, they represent some of the world's finest accommodation, providing intimate stays both on and off the beaten track.
Whether you're after days packed full of adventure, or prefer to indulge at the spa, we've picked out some of the most desirable lodges from our favourite destinations, all tried, tested and enjoyed by our specialists. Below, you'll find everything from Ecuadorian rainforest retreats and Australian island hideaways to lakeside stays in the wilds of New Zealand and cosseting nights beneath Finland's Northern Lights.
Australia’s Winelands & Luxury Island Lodges
17 days from £12,170 pp incl. flights
Exclusive experiences, ranging from sightseeing flights in Sydney and private wine tours to island stays and oyster tasting, showcase the very best of Australia, all while staying at its finest accommodation.
Beana Laponia Luxury Break
5 days from £2,640 pp incl. flights
Experience Finnish Lapland’s wild side on an indulgent and active holiday while staying in a luxury adults-only Arctic retreat. You’ll be able to take a dog-sled safari and drive a snowmobile through the forest.
Sonora & Clayoquot Wilderness Discovery
11 days from £12,165 pp incl. flights
Enjoy scenic seaplane flights as you travel from Vancouver to the intimate inlets and coves of Discovery island. Then, journey deep into the British Columbia rainforest to seek out iconic Canadian wildlife from a secluded tented lodge.
Highlights of Botswana
10 days from £13,840 pp incl. flights
This is a safari at its most indulgent. Explore the winding waterways of the Okavango Delta and the vast expanse of the Kalahari Desert with stays in ultra-luxury lodges, enjoying all-inclusive activities and dining.
Winter break at Wilderness Hotel Nangu
5 days from £2,240 pp incl. flights
Experience the very best of a Lapland winter with this luxury escape to Wilderness Hotel Nangu – a chic, adults-only retreat on the frozen shores of Lake Inari.