Our accommodations are selected for their exceptional quality, location, and character. Below are several of the accommodations featured on this expedition.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Fringed by coral reefs and white sand beaches, the secluded tropical retreat of
Lizard Island Resort, a member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection, offers unparalleled access to the Great Barrier Reef with elegant accommodations. Enjoy the 24 private beaches, a lagoon, and the surrounding island, completely exclusive to resort guests. Take in the natural wonders of the coral reefs by snorkeling, diving or fishing, indulge in a spa treatment, or admire the sunset from a private beach.
Nestled among red sand dunes of Central Australia and overlooking the spectacular Ayers Rock,
Longitude 131°, a member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection, is a luxury campsite in the heart of the wilderness. Enjoy extraordinary access to this iconic landmark and sacred aboriginal site from Longitude 131°. Delve into indigenous cultures of the region, explore the timeless landscapes of the outback, savor contemporary cuisine under a canopy of night stars, and take in panoramic views of the desert from floor-to-ceiling windows.
Set on a rugged stretch of coast on Kangaroo Island, this lodge offers unparalleled ocean and island wilderness views. Designed to integrate and respect its natural surroundings, the Southern Ocean Lodge, a member of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection, offers a naturalist-guided walk along its rocky cliffs, and Seal Bay Conservation Park is nearby. Guest rooms feature king beds, sunken lounges, dramatic glass-walled bathrooms, and outdoor terraces. Dining selections feature organic foods and local wines.