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The Sustainable Slow Adventure Safari

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This is Safari at a slower pace. Respecting nature and its animals in a remote and exclusive paradise in South Luangwa that offers timeless design, carefully curated spaces, and transformative experiences. Rewilding of the soul and sense of freedom will take over. To say this is a bucket-list experience is an understatement. Book this truly one of a kind Safari to treasure for years to come.

The Luangwa valley can be found at the end of Africa’s Great rift valley in North Eastern Zambia. Zambia itself remains one of Africa’s hidden gems, a true wilderness where nature is queen. Real Africa.

As the Luangwa River flows further south through the National Park past Mfuwe and down to the southern reaches of the park you will find the Lusangazi sector. Here you will find yourself in the...

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Stay in a Hand-Sculpted Ice Hotel

Every year when the winter comes, the pristine waters the meandering of Torne River slow down and freeze into ice. On one chilly day in 1989, the first ever Ice hotel was hand-sculpted out of these massive ice blocks harvested from this very river running alongside. Today, over three decades later, this beauty has become a must-visit Swedish landmark for travellers from all parts of the globe. Each winter since the first and the original hotel was built, passionate artists gather in the modest town of Jukkasjäarvi to build a new rendition of this Arctic wonder. When the spring comes, the hotel is then left to melt and find its way back to nature. Each coming winter brings a one-of-a-kind version of this work of art, promising a new set of treasured memories just waiting to unfold in this stunning Swedish destination.

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Curated Journey to The Pavilions Lakeside

We know you’re probably looking for a more relaxed and personal experience away from the crowds of run-of-the-mill resorts and tourist traps. Take the path less travelled and be sure to add on a stay at The Pavilions Himalayas Lake View for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, Phewa Lakeside. What could be better than a harmonious hideaway perched above Phewa Lake surrounded by cascading rice fields and the Annapurna Mountains? Pokhara has the laid-back charm you’ve been searching for and their tented villas capture the essence of getting back to nature without the actual hassle that comes along with traditional camping.

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Curated Journey to The Pavilions Himalayas

The Farm powers the entire resort and its 14 luxurious villas with renewable energy, and their organic farm is the source of its fresh produce – making for a feel-good getaway in every sense. Whether you’re looking to break from routine, spend some quality time with loved ones, or simply discover somewhere new, Pavilions Himalayas has just what you need to rest and recharge your soul. Breathe, hike, relax and explore the beauty of Pokhara, the gateway to the Annapurna Himalayas. As travellers, we understand it’s important to make a difference in the world. With every stay, you’re having a positive impact on the local community and natural environment.

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Experience Off the Radar Cap Karoso

Set on the captivating, off-the-radar Indonesian island of Sumba, Cap Karoso is a pioneering island getaway with meaningful community engagement and sustainability at its heart. This eco-conscious haven comprises 47 rooms and 20 villas and a three-hectare organic farm. Dedicated to modern conscious hedonists who want to truly immerse themselves in Sumba’s rich heritage and wild topography, Cap Karoso is shaped by three core pillars: sustainability, culture and community. Guests can expect complete immersion in Sumba’s magic and culture – with an added dash of Parisian flair, reflecting the owners’ European roots

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Sustainable Sybarite: Glamping in Cambodia

Culture and tradition are very important and the team are eager to show you all that the area has to offer, from the magnificent waterfalls to the fascinating nature trails. They are always excited to show you animals and plants you may never have seen before, or taste herbs and spices that you have never even heard of. Learning about their country through food and facts is an exciting experience for all our visitors. The first time a guest tries a local Khmer sauce or hears the sound of a wild monkey always brings a smile to their faces.

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