Tanzania, East Africa

Tanzania

Tanzania’s remarkable scenery, wildlife and luxe lodge experiences promise to deliver the “Out of Africa” moment you’ve always dreamed of.

 

Stay: Singita Sasakwa, is a fabulous over-the-top manor house on the Grumeti Game Reserve.

 

See and Do: Take "glamping" to a new level with the Serengeti mobile tent experience.

 

Eat: Dine under the stars at the Twenties–style dining-camp, Singita Sabora.

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Amalfi Coast & Capri, Italy

Amalfi Coast & Capri

Enjoy the chic little towns dotted along the Italian coastline before crossing the Tyrrhenian Sea over to Capri.

 

Stay: Unwind at the serene Villa TreVille, a storied estate tucked away from the bustling Positano.

 

See and Do: Explore via private boat around the coast (Make sure it's a gozzo).

 

Eat: Take the opportunity to dine at La Conca del Sogno, (it's only reachable by boat).

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National Parks of the American West

American West

Calling all adventurous couples, you’ll find some of the world’s most dramatic scenery in the national parks of the American West.

 

Stay: The notorious Amangiri is set on 100 acres of scenic canyons.

 

See and Do: Hit the hiking trail—we hear the Buckskin Gulch makes for a spectacular backdrop.

 

Eat: After getting your cardio in, indulge in a candlelit dinner on a private terrace overlooking the desert.

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French Polynesia, Oceania

French Polynesia

This far-flung paradise is well worth the long-haul flight.

 

Stay: The Brando, an eco-luxurious resort built on what was Marlon Brando's private island. In other celebrity news, rumor has it Barack Obama is currently a guest.

 

See and Do: Nothing! But if you really need an activity, we suggest a morning snorkel along the atolls' turquoise waters.

 

Eat: The romantic La Villa Mahana, a restaurant on the patio of a Provençal-style home with only seven tables.

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Buenos Aires & Uruguay, South America

Buenos Aires

Culture-rich Buenos Aires pairs perfectly with the bohemian charm and laid-back beach scene of José Ignacio.

 

Stay: Estancia Vik, a luxurious, Spanish colonial–style ranch with incredible interiors that will up your Insta-game.

 

See and Do: Need you ask? Tango at Bueno Aires' La Faena.

 

Eat: Take a leisurely lunch at La Huella, José Ignacio's answer to St. Tropez's Le Club 55.

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