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And if CNN and other leftist outlets are saying virtually nothing in relation to South Africa now, would you really expect them to sternly oppose such measures when they begin to be pursued in North America? Brown March 13, Guests can enjoy a host of outdoor activities including water sports, diving, yachting and fishing, or escape the heat with a visit to the Eden Rock Art Gallery and Rockshop fashion boutique. A refined 74 room hotel, The Lowell welcomes guests with a serene residential atmosphere reminiscent of a private townhouse.

With only 47 suites and 27 deluxe rooms, this landmark building prides itself on being one of the few luxury hotels that has accommodations with real wood — burning fireplaces, terraces and fully equipped kitchens. The Lowell is poised to become even more sought-after in late Summer with the addition of a new restaurant and bar, library lounge, and garden in addition to updates to the lobby and Pembroke Room.

Accessible only by private seaplane, Bawah Reserve is an off-the-beaten track group of six tropical islands in the Riau Archipelago, Indonesia, located between Malaysia and Borneo. With 13 beaches, two lagoons and just 35 beautifully designed suites and overwater bungalows, the exclusive resort offers a sensational all-inclusive private island experience in an un-discovered and richly diverse part of Indonesia.

The hotel offers a large range of activities, on land and sea and is home to spa and wellness centre, three restaurants and a look-out bar. The brand offers extraordinary experiences around the Indonesian archipelago with the same style, service and offering that The Legian Bali became famous for when it opened 22 years ago. LHM brings a high quality of service, innovative design, style and space that is distinctively modern Indonesian with the highest international standards.

With its elevated location on the beach, its iconic three-tiered pool, its superb design by Indonesian architect Jaya Ibrahim and its all-suite sea-facing accommodation this is the finest beach resort in Seminyak. It also has a superb choice of villas for those wanting additional privacy but with the services of a hotel — The villas at The Club at The Legian and The Beach House.

There will be two main pools in the hotel including a metre pool and a metre pool that is partially covered. There are beautiful mountain ranges to explore, the calm sea is extremely safe to swim in and the water is crystal clear. From world-renowned landmarks to modern business hotels, idyllic beach resorts to authentic Grand Palaces, each Taj hotel offers an unrivalled fusion of warm Indian hospitality, world-class service and modern luxury. Guests can indulge in excellent seafood and coastal cuisine, with private cooking lessons available to learn about traditional Cambodian cuisine.

The Sailing Club is onsite and offers a host of watersport activities as well as cocktails and casual dining. This is an accessible coastal location, just over a two hours drive from Phnom Penh airport and is an integral part of any Cambodia itinerary.

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Owned and managed by friends Chris Burch and James McBride, Nihi Sumba was borne out of a vision to protect and preserve the unique culture of Sumba and empower the local communities to support themselves and their families through The Sumba Foundation. Other activities include the best sport fishing in Indonesia, hiking through beautiful landscapes to dramatic waterfalls, ancient villages and butterfly trails and stand-up paddling down the Wanukaka River.

For the ultimate spa experience, enjoy a Nio Oka Spa Safari where after an early morning trek and healthy breakfast you can enjoy a day of unlimited spa treatments in a private cliff top pavilion overlooking the bluest of oceans.

From a 17th Century townhouse in the legendary Galle Fort to traditional tea planters bungalows high up in the hills, the Teardrop collection of beautifully renovated, historic properties are sewn together by three founding principles; genuine Sri Lankan hospitality; fabulous Sri Lankan and Asian fusion cuisine using locally sourced fresh ingredients; and experiences that put guests face to face with the warm and colorful sights and sounds of Sri Lanka, the teardrop island.

Presenting a thoughtfully curated selection of bespoke homeware, fashion, jewellery and gifts Eden Being has an online boutique, edenbeing. Set in a traditional hamlet high in the Tarentaise valley, Chalet Pelerin offers an authentic alpine experience combined with a team of expert guides to whisk you into the high country for a host of alpine adventures.

Whether snowshoeing to their private mountain refuge for a traditional fondue or heli- skiing in the neighbouring Italian Alps, a stay at Chalet Pelerin offers truly unforgettable experiences. In summer, the mountains offer endless opportunities for hiking, cycling, climbing, shing and kayaking. Back at the chalet, unwind to spectacular views and enjoy superb local cuisine and an extensive cellar. The Northwest Iceland property has been transformed from a working sheep farm surrounded by 3, ft.

This exclusive estate offers anything from heli-skiing to exploring geothermal hot pools and hunting for the Aurora Borealis. From March to June guests can experience premium heli-skiing from the mountaintops right down to the ocean shores before changing into full thermal gear for a surfing session like none other.

During the summer months, enjoy horseback riding in this isolated utopia or test your skill fly fishing for Atlantic Salmon on several exclusive Icelandic rivers. Deplar Farm also offers sea kayaking with the seasonal opportunity of private whale watching. Only accessible by boat and with its relaxed atmosphere, it is the epitome of shabby chic. The resort blends perfectly with the surrounding forest and coastline making for a charming, stylish escape with a relaxed vibe, where crowds are a distant memory.

The pristine corals around Misali island are a delight for snorkelers and divers alike, with turtles, rays and dolphins a common sight. Explore the mangroves by kayak or trek to the local village, home to the majority of the staff, ending the day with a sunset cruise on the traditional dhow boat. Offering unrivalled access to the waters of the Everglades, Florida Keys and the Marquesas, The Eleven Mothership is the ultimate anglers liveaboard.

Perfect for overnight fishing expeditions, this 74ft motor yacht offers three comfortable cabins including a master suite with a king bed and two separate twin cabins. With the labyrinthine mangroves and saltwater flats providing a wild and untamed landscape. Tucked away in a beautiful canyon and perched right above the river, Taylor River Lodge has one of the most unique and adventure accessible locations in Colorado.

With its beautiful log cabins this riverfront property is the ultimate summer camp for the discerning traveller of any age. Explore the surrounding terrain on foot, horseback or mountain bike or while away a few hours fly fishing on the private river. Rock climbing, river rafting and stand up paddle boarding are also available.

Surrounded by acres of dense forest, the opportunities for world-class adventure are boundless here. After all the excitement, end the day in the riverside Bath house with a relaxing soak and all the mountain trail luxuries on offer.

Taylor River Lodge strikes the ideal balance between adventure and relaxation and is the perfect place to take advantage of the nature right on your doorstep. Named after the iconic slopes of 12, ft. Located in historic downtown Crested Butte, this property delivers guests into the lap of comfort while surrounded by wilderness.

With an extensive list of customised outdoor activities from a team of world-class guides, guests will be immersed in an experiential get away like no other. With a acres of private back-country terrain for a maximum of 20 guests you will find no better premium cat skiing in natural terrain.

Hiking, mountaineering, fishing and white water rafting are all part of the itinerary during the warmer months. Scarp Ridge Lodge combines luxury and comfort without forgetting the spirit of adventure the mountains around them are known for.

In addition Sopris House the sister property offers additional accommodation for a further 10 people. The latest addition to the Eleven Experience portfolio, Bahama House is located in the tropical paradise of Harbour Island, renowned for its perfectly pink sandy beaches and clear blue ocean waters. As with all Eleven Experience properties, Bahama House comes with an array of activities for guests to enjoy. Diving, kite surfing, deep sea fishing or snorkelling are just a few on the line up. During cooler evenings, the Cigar Room is a refined retreat with leather armchairs and a roaring fire.

Nuwara Eliya and Horton Plains National Park are within easy driving distance and the property sits neatly between Kandy and the southern national parks. Bordered by the Gin Oya river on one side, the property occupies 6 acres of land and overlooks the Indian Ocean below and is perfect for a romantic escape.

The 18 spacious suites and 9 luxury villas will boast hand painted frescoes, beautifully crafted local furniture and views across the ocean. All suites will have individual balconies for guests to sit out on, whilst the villas will have their own private pools and spa pavilions.

The 3,square foot Samsara Spa will be a peaceful haven where guests can indulge in a range of treatments and massages or take part in yoga and meditation sessions. The uniquely designed bar will combine relaxed cabana style seating with breath-taking views of the Sri Lankan coastline. Previous The Doyle Collection International An Irish family-owned group of luxury hotels in superb locations each with exceptional character, style and service.

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