Three Camel Lodge makes the NatGeo grade. Photo courtesy of Three Camel Lodge/ National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World

Hot Opening: NatGeo Unique Lodges of the World

The National Geographic Society has announced its new Unique Lodges of the World hotel collection, which curates incredible properties in far-flung locations based on a few principles: sustainable practices, unique design, exceptional service, authentic experiences and heritage conservation. Though the list includes myriad styles of accommodation, from thatched bungalows to luxury tents, the selection process is rigorous. There are just 24 properties that have made the cut so far, including three in Asia: Sukau Rainforest Lodge in Borneo; Three Camel Lodge in Mongolia; and Zhiwa Ling Hotel in Bhutan. It’s not just about shortlisting unique experiences—it’s also about moving the future of travel in a more sustainable direction.

Photo courtesy of Zhiwa Ling Hotel/ National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World
Photo courtesy of Zhiwa Ling Hotel/
National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World

Book directly through National Geographic for a complimentary “National Geographic Exclusive” experience. www.nationalgeographiclodges.com.

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Kate Springer

Freelance writer and editor based in Hong Kong. Contributor at CNN, Forbes Travel Guide, BBC Travel, Fodor's Travel Guide, superfuture, Tatler, and more.

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