National Geographic Lodges

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National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World 
When I was in Vegas, I met with National Geographics to learn more about their unique lodges of the world program. I already knew Fogo Island Inn from a recent visit, so when I saw Fogo was on the cover of their brochure, I wanted to learn more.
National Geographic says:
“When we set out to identify properties for the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection, we sought hotels that embody the values National Geographic and our travelers hold close. We looked for places where the guiding principles are an innovative approach to sustainability and a strong commitment to protecting natural and cultural heritage, and where guests are treated to a rich array of meaningful experiences.

In order to join the Unique Lodges network, every lodge was thoroughly vetted for its commitment to sustainable tourism, authenticity, and excellence in service. Our lodge experts spent time at each site, evaluated operations, and met with everyone from the general manager to the kitchen staff, ensuring that our high standards were met.”
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Here are just some of the 38 selected lodges:
Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia click here
Fogo Island Inn, Newfoundland click here
Cuixmala, Mexico click here
Inkaterra Hacienda Irubamba, Peru click here
Kapari Natural Reserve, Santorini, Greece click here
Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia click here
Contact me for more information.
Sheila Gallant-Halloran