Gorgeous Resorts for Outdoorsy Travelers
Calistoga Ranch – Napa Valley, California
This resort has 48 private lodges and is lined with surrounding trees to maximize privacy. There are a variety of outdoor activities that include a number of hiking trails, outdoor yoga, a heated outdoor pool or enjoy a wine tasting seminar.
Canyon Ranch – Tucson, Arizona
This health spa and fitness all-inclusive resort has a focus on wellness and nutrition. Outdoor activities offered include biking, racquet sports, golf, survival skills seminar and four swimming pools.
Half Moon – Jamaica
Stretching over 400 acres and with 230 rooms, this resort offers attentive service, quality cuisine and limitless activities. Enjoy horseback riding on the beach or swim with the dolphins!
Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa – Scottsdale, Arizona
This is one of the top resorts in the southwest. This resort overlooks Praying Monk Rock and the desert. Hiking trails, bicycles, nature walks, tennis classes as well as personalized fitness programs are available for your enjoyment.
The Inn at Palmetto Bluff – Bluffton, South Carolina
A one-of-a-kind experience blends southern history with natural beauty. Activities include golf, tennis, swimming and naturalist and wildlife tours of the bluffs and wetlands.
andBeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp – Botswana
Experience this remote luxurious safari lodge. Get up close with the wildlife on both land and water.
Selva Negra – Nicaragua
This is a coffee estate and working farm and nature reserve. Take a tour designed to see the properties such as a coffee tour, nature tour or a night walk. There is also horseback riding available.
Ballynahinch Castle Hotel – Connemara, Ireland
This is a 40-room castle hotel. The house dates back to the 18th century and has been untouched by time. On-site activities include woodcock shooting, fly fishing and hiking.
The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows – Big Island, Hawaii
This hotel has top-rated dining, golfing, tennis, fitness training as well as spa experiences. Kayak, surf, stand-up paddle boards and canoes are available for rent on the beach. Tours of historic rock carvings and the former royal fishing ponds are available.