6 unique places to stay on a Tailor-made tour


So the time has finally arrived, you’ve spent months maybe even years saving for the ultimate trip – one that’s exactly as you want it. Private transportation, amazing local food at every stop…unique accommodation perhaps?

The amazing thing about our Tailor-made tours is that you get full control of where you go, what you do and where you stay, meaning the opportunities are endless! And if you’ve saved up a good amount of money for the perfect trip it means you can choose the right kind and even the most unique accommodation. Get inspired with some of our top unique places to stay around the world below!

1. Sri Lanka – 98 Acres Resort

The laid back town of Ella is the perfect destination to unwind from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Stroll into town for a cup of coffee at a local cafe or go for a scenic day hike to Little Adams peak. Experience all of this whilst staying at the lavish 98 Acres Resort and Spa which is nestled within Sri Lanka’s hill country. This resort consists of charming chalets and jaw-dropping views of the 98 acre tea estate on which is stands on. What’s not to love?

2. Patagonia – Eco Camp

Patagonia is fast becoming one of the hottest destinations to visit. It’s arguably one of the most beautiful places in the world known for its immense natural landscapes, fascinating wildlife and snow-capped mountains. Lovers of the great outdoors will be able to make the most out of their Patagonian adventure with a stay at the award-winning Cascada Expediciones. These eco-friendly domes are not only modern and comfortable to sleep in, but enable you to get up close and personal with Patagonia’s unique natural surroundings as they’re located right at the heart of the wilderness.

3. Amazon Jungle Peru – Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion

Deep within the emerald forests of the Amazon you will find Inkaterra Hacienda Concepcion. These twenty-five private rustic cabins lie amongst incredible scenery, making it the perfect accommodation for wildlife enthusiasts visiting Peru. The jungle lodges consist of a bar serving complimentary pisco sours in the evenings and are located within walking distance of Lake Sandoval. Keep an eye out for Spider monkeys and giant River otters!

4. Bolivia – Palacio de Sal

A visit to Bolivia isn’t complete until you take a trip to the dramatic salt flats which are the largest in the world. To add that extra wow factor to your Bolivian adventure, why not stay in a hotel that is made entirely from salt? The Palacio de Sal is a luxury hotel made up of salt blocks located near the town of Colchani on the edge of the Salar de Uyuni ‘salt flats’ so views from your bedroom windows are guaranteed to be more than a little epic!

5. Panama – Azul Resort 

Panama is filled with plenty of exciting things to see and do, including paying a visit to the famous Panama Canal or making a trip to one of the country’s many tropical beaches. But what if we told you that you could spend your time in Panama staying at an over-the-water bungalow? Yes – you read correct, Azul Resort is not only located on one of Panama’s white sandy beaches near Boca Town, but is a resort made up of luxury bungalows that come complete with outdoor living areas and blue sea views that will make you want to extend your stay the second you get there.

6. Iguazu Falls – Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas 

Iguazu Falls needs no introduction, but if this UNESCO World Heritage Site’s majestic falls aren’t enough of a reason to head to South America then you’re definitely missing out. One of our top recommended accommodations to stay at here is the Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas. Described as a place where “Rainforest thrills meet timeless luxury”, the hotel is surrounded by flora and fauna as it’s located within walking distance of the cascading waters of the falls and consists of every bit of luxury you could imagine, including a swimming pool, tennis court and fitness centre. Bliss.

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