At SevenTravel, we specialise in luxury adventure experiences with endless experiences up our sleeves. We want to help you shake off the shackles and let your imagination run free by delivering unforgettable moments wherever you visit. It could be a private tour of an active volcano in Costa Rica. Or what about a voyage down the great Amazon River in Brazil? You could even enjoy a lesson in sand boarding in the Sahara Desert. Adventures like these help light up a holiday, often providing the stand-out moments of a honeymoon, family escape or group trip. We’re all about delivering adventures that give you a sense of the place you’re visiting, experiences you simply can’t do anywhere else. We’ll have you hiking through the pristine Patagonian wilderness, trotting on horseback in raw Icelandic countryside or heading up in a hot air balloon over the Masai Mara in Kenya. If you’re after a truly off-the-map adventure, we can make that happen, too. Just get in touch with our Travel Designers, and they will start crafting adventures that blow your socks off and rubber-stamp your soul.PLAN MY ADVENTURE
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Small, safe and laden with tropical adventure: Costa Rica is the perfect introduction to Central America for families. This trip transports you to the heart and soul of Costa Rica, with twelve days of culture, wildlife and adventure starting in the jungle and ending on the beach.VIEW EXPERIENCE
Argentina is infused with an intensity unlike anywhere else and we’ll take you to the country’s north, where its passionate undercurrent is at its most raw. With full-bodied wines in Mendoza the crashing Iguazú Falls and impassioned tango routines in Buenos Aires, this journey ensures you see Argentine fervour at its height – in all its many guises.VIEW EXPERIENCE
Ubud is place that moves to its own rhythm, conjuring up images ripped straight out of Eat Pray Love. It’s a slice of Indonesia you feel you have an inkling about but our exclusive experiences you can’t book anywhere else unwrap its most enthralling secrets so you can peer deep into its spiritual soul.VIEW EXPERIENCE
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Perhaps one of the greatest hotel views on the planet; the Amor Arenal is set in surroundings so close to the Arenal Volcano that you can practically reach out and touch it. Enjoy the spectacular centerpiece within the lush green rainforest from your own very own casita with your own private view of Arenal and a plunge pool.
An awarding winner for their advanced conservation work, Elephant Hills offers two camps: one in the jungle and another floating on a lake. The guests’ tents offer simple but rustic accommodation in the style of the region, which the camp is located.
Floating like a cloud in the rainforest canopy, you will never be more in touch with nature than at the El Silencio Lodge & Spa. This stunning eco-lodge is based in five hundred acres of Costa Rica’s Central Volcanic Valley, between the Juan Castro Blanco National Park and the Poás Volcano National Park. Its grounds feature a tropical forest, rivers winding through the picturesque emerald grounds and three waterfalls you can reach on treks led by the lodge’s resident guides.
An Australis cruise takes you to the edge of the world to experience the wild beauty of Patagonia on board a ship that showcases the area's pristine landscapes, rich wildlife and fascinating human history from a vantage point that offers exceptional comfort and service. On this journey you’ll travel from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas to observe and explore some of the world’s most remote landscapes, including Tierra del Fuego, Cape Horn and Pia Glacier.
Situated on the private Doro Nawas Conservancy, this Wilderness Safari camp offers exclusive access to Africa’ best wildlife and overlooks the ancient plains of Damaraland. Each chalet has been crafted to blend into its surroundings. Soak up the expansive views on your chalet’s viewing deck, connect with nature with an outdoor shower or a dip in the pool to cool off.
Awarded Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Award in 2020, this tropical paradise is nestled deep in Belize’s rugged Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve, boasting exceptional views of Five Sisters waterfalls.
Owned by the same family across seven generations, Skálakot Manor Hotel is working farm turned luxury boutique. The interiors are 1920s art deco, with the olive green and slate-grey colour palette references to the wild outdoors. Cosiness, comfort and a real family-home feel are ever-present in the form of crackling fireplaces, deluxe furnishings and warm smiles. Icelandic horses are still bred on site and horseback tours offer unique ways to see the surrounding landscape.
An exceptionally beautiful camp on the edge of Lake Toro provides the unique opportunity to stay overnight in the middle of Torres del Paine National Park. Revel in the wonder of nature’s harmony from sunrise until sunset, and as the night falls, enjoy stargazing through your very own ceiling window. We recommend upgrading to a yurt with a jacuzzi to make the most of the breath-taking sunsets. Passionate guides will help you uncover the area’s highlights.
If location was the luxury, then the Jiwa Jawa Resort would be drenched in opulence. A mountain lodge sitting pretty two thousand metres above sea level, it’s pitched amid a panoramic tapestry of rolling hills, green forests and spluttering volcanoes. The farm-to-table Indonesian cuisine is not only plucked straight from the scenic landscape surrounding you, it’s tasty fuel for a sunrise visit to Mount Bromo – just fifteen minutes away in a Jeep.
Escape to this remote Patagonian retreat amidst 10,000 acres of majestic mountains and plains; EOLO offers a truly memorable escape on the land where the first Creole and European immigrants initially set foot within the region. Appreciate scenic glacier views from the comfort of your room, or enjoy a range of activities including horseback riding, bird watching and mountain biking.
Located in the city known as “the door to the desert”, this distinctively Moroccan kasbah is furnished with traditional Moroccan designs even down to the ornate brickwork. An oasis before entering the nearby Saharan desert, relax at its two swimming pools and impressive spa with a hammam.
A beautiful Victorian mansion set amid a rural setting with views of an ancient volcano on one side, Otahuna Lodge invites guests to embrace their sense of wonder and discovery. With only seven suites, guest can expect a discreet and private experience coupled with impeccable service and outstanding cuisine.
Overlooking the world-famous Amazonas Opera House, this charming boutique hotel is situated in the historic centre with views of Negro River on the horizon. Offering contemporary design and five-star service, while still maintaining the historical character of the 19th century Portuguese colonial building.
Considered to be one of the most iconic retreats, the Huka Lodge is set in 17 acres of magnificent, manicured gardens. Built in the 1920’s, it has been welcoming guests looking for a peaceful and tranquil getaway due its unrivalled location on the banks of Waikato River.
Very close to the Tanzania border, Sala’s Camp combines the feel of a traditional safari tented camp with modern touches such as a glass front to the tents to connect with the bush. There’s also bathtubs for a well-deserved soak after a hot and dusty day in the Mara and a plunge pool – all these elevate the experience to such an extent that Sala’s is known to be one of the most luxurious camps in the Mara.
Blending in seamlessly with the raw beauty of the Atacama Desert, this luxury oasis is surrounded by a divine chocolate box of natural wonders, including salt flats, volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and sand dunes. Its adobe-style desert retreats pay homage to the indigenous architecture that’s befitting of the area, while Explora Atacama is far enough away from San Pedro de Atacama to benefit from the dark skies that make this wilderness one of the world’s premier stargazing spots.
A luxury lodge in the Amazon rainforest, located on the Rio Negro in the Anavilhanas archipelago gives you exclusive access to the Amazon jungle. Countless excursions are offered for a genuine taste of Amazonian culture.
Experience life as a Bedouin with a stay in a desert camp. Sprawled across 10 acres, you will live the nomadic life with a few modern-day comforts. With 39 tents, there is plenty of opportunity for dune bashing and camel safaris to bring out the desert adventurer in you.
A sleek sanctuary is the last thing you’d expect to find in Utah’s pristine red-rock country but you’ll be awfully glad it’s here. Amangiri is a relaxing oasis in the heat of the desert and its sand-hued canvas-topped pavilions and Navajo-influenced spa treatments take inspiration from their surrounds to deliver unparalleled comfort. Even the swimming pool looks like it’s being fed by the cliff face it’s built into. Perhaps it’s apt Amangiri is in the eye of a Martian landscape, because it feels out of this world.
Colonial luxury living at its peak, Kandy House is a boutique hotel situated within a former nineteenth-century mansion built by the last chief minister of the Kandyan kingdom. The palatial features of his former villa have been retained and its rooms boast vivid fabrics, black woods and whitewashed walls. Dinner is a personalised affair with tailored chef recommendations, while the twice-weekly ten-course curry feasts are taste sensation.
Situated slap-bang in between Skaftafell Nature Reserve and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon is ideally placed to make the most of southern Iceland’s natural wonders. The hotel itself is pleasantly Scandi in its cutting-edge design, the charcoal-black wood-panelled exterior reflecting Iceland’s volcanic nature. Inside, the elegant minimalism proves less is more and the numerous windows ensure the wild outdoors is always in your eyeline.
Separate from the world and connect with nature at this award-winning luxury tented camp sitting above the rainforest. Inspired by the luxury lodges of Africa and Asia, every tent is slightly elevated above the jungle canopy so you’re treated to commanding vistas of Volcán Arenal, the area’s iconic cinder cone. There are so many ways to soak up the surrounding wilds, whether its spending time in the camp’s sloth sanctuary or embarking on birdwatching trips.
Pitched close to the northern rim of the Grand Canyon, this glampsite puts you in a prime spot to enjoy the natural splendour with few others around. Your tent is simple but comfortable, yet your wild setting is so good you won’t miss the luxuries. This is peak Americana: roasting s’mores over a campfire, hiking trails peeling off in every direction, world-class stargazing and dining al fresco right on the canyon’s edge for an immense rugged vista. Here, that’s all the five-star luxury you’ll ever need.
A cruise is a fine way to see several of Indonesia’s island gems in one hit and Aqua Blu is the most luxurious way to do it. You’re tracing the wake of legends, with Aqua Blu’s CV revealing a past life as a British naval explorer HMS Beagle and yacht for a European aristocratic family. Onboard, the stylish brass-and-ivory interior exudes comfort, while the twenty-five-strong crew includes guides and a diving instructor, making for ultimate flexibility when discovering Indonesia’s wonders on land and at sea.
Peeking over the village of Purmamarca, El Manatial del Silencio offers a tranquil refuge among its whitewashed monastic-style abode and elegant colonial decor – its name means Source of Silence, after all. The vivid locally woven rugs, chocolate-brown tiles and dark-wood furniture create a cosy atmosphere, but these play second fiddle to the hotel’s unblemished view of the multi-hued Cerro de los Siete Colores hill. The hotel is geared towards soaking up the views of the rugged Humahuaca Gorge in silence – a philosophy in line with Andean culture.
Step into the eco-chic glamour of Saruni Samburu on the private Kalama Conservancy neighbouring the famous Samburu Game Reserve. The open fronted villas make the most of the spectacular views of the conservancy and if you can pull yourself away from the view then you’ll be rewarded with a wide range of safari and cultural activities. In the heart of tribal land, Saruni Samburu is a fine example of community-based tourism and the lodge supports the local communities which benefits the wildlife down the line.
Close to Hermanus and on its own five-thousand-hectare private reserve, Grootbos Private Reserve’s Forest Lodge is not your average rural stay. Grootbos is one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots, a place of superlatives with over 868 plant species (seven of which were first discovered in the reserve), one hundred endangered plant species and three milkwood forests over one thousand years old. The exposed Dutch brick and floor-to-ceiling windows make Forest Lodge ideal for exploring this wilderness from.
Looking out over the outstretched riverine bushveld from a rocky kopje, Leopard Hills Private Game Reserve has a strong claim to be the best-located lodge in Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Overlooking a watering hole, you can witness wallowing hippos and elephants slaking their thirst without even needing to leave your private plunge pool. But as comfy as your glass-fronted suite is, leave it you must as the raw wilderness of Sabi Sand is calling, with Leopard Hills’s twice-daily game drives and walking safaris giving you endless intimate encounters with the wildlife that roam it.
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