Put the 'me' back in travel by connecting with your destination.
When was the last time you had an adventure just for you? A philanthropic jaunt, an eco-crusade, a re-connection with the wild? We’re all about spreading the love ALWAYS, so let’s take a journey of the soul today…
Voted #1 ‘Resort in the World’ for three consecutive years, Nihi Sumba is like stepping back in time to yesteryear. Offering 27 incredibly stunning villas spilling down the hillside to the ocean, one of the world’s most exclusive surf breaks and the most soul-igniting opportunity to swim with wild horses in the lagoon, Nihi is where rugged luxury meets unregulated freedom. A place to connect with something larger than oneself.
Make your way to the most beautiful and peaceful resort in Samoa, which prides itself on being deeply ingrained in local community and whose ethos pays homage to familial ancestors and the stunning Samoan environment. Experience the oldest living culture in the South Pacific and treat your soul to a spiritual journey at the same time.
Only accessible by private seaplane from Singapore, and welcoming only enough people to inhabit 35 suites, Bawah Reserve is a private sanctuary in a far-flung corner of Indonesia. The true untouched escape, paving the way forward in sustainability and luxury. Take one of nine hikes on the island, or explore any of the six islands surrounding you. Bawah is like nothing else in this world!
Is it time to reconnect with nature? How about spending a night camping under the Maldivian skies on your own private sandbank in a luxurious Bedouin-inspired tent? Make your way to a candlelit dinner, set up by your personal hosts before they depart so you can experience the unspoiled island. Breakfast will be delivered in the morning light at a pre-arranged time of your choice.
Arrive a visitor, leave a friend. Tokoriki Island Resort not only just welcomed their most valued guests for their 50th visit, but they were voted #1 Resort in Fiji. If that isn’t enough to ignite all the good feels, the resort owners recently donated $20,000 for the local island school, which assisted in building the computer room (including solar power) and the uniforms.