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National Geographic’s Recommendation on the Best Sleeps

Wondering where you should be sleeping on your next vacation? Look no further than the collection of accommodation that the National Geographic has recommended. For a truly unforgettable stay, book a room in one of this hotel collection.

Kasbah du Toubkal

This lodge in Morocco has 12 simple guest rooms that are overlooking a panoramic view of the mountains, simply because it sits on top of the Atlas Mountain. It is built upon the ruins of an ancient citadel, which shows just how authentic your Moroccan experience will be. Be prepared to take a 15-minute hike up the mountain to reach the hotel, after confirming your booking at the reception area located in the village.


Tswalu Kalahari

Who would have thought than an authentic African experience would come with four-poster bed, mini-bar, fireplace and an outdoor deck? Only in Tswalu, the largest game reserve in Africa. Hidden inside freestanding huts with thatched roof and made of local materials, is everything a luxury vacation needs. Outside is a wealth of natural wonders as far as the eye can see.


Three Camel Lodge

The Three Camel Lodge in Mongolia is the closest you can get to experiencing Mongolia’s traditions. You will be attended to by native Mongolian staff and get a glimpse of the nomad culture of the country. Your accommodation is a tent equipped with luxurious comfort, from private toilets to hard-painted wooden beds. There is also a restaurant bar area where you can sample modern cuisine.


Kapari Natural Resort

Greece has always been associated with things regal and luxurious, and the Kapari Natural Resort is no different. This 5-star boutique hotel is built in a restored complex that is 300 years old, featuring traditional houses and dwellings. Apart from the comfortable suites, breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea and excellent facilities, the real highlight is the traditional Greek hospitality that you will experience during your stay.


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Julia Maudlin


Jonathan Kos-Read

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