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The new Nepal

A new lodge in Nepal – where luxury travel is in its infancy and tourism still recovering from last year’s devastating earthquake – is marrying superlative style with an exceptional wilderness experience. Charlotte Sinclair takes an exclusive first look
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Off-the-beaten track in Ethiopia

A new mobile camp together with a handful of up-and-coming lodges are opening up lesser-travelled, culturally nuanced routes through Ethiopia’s dramatically diverse landscapes. Sophy Roberts is seduced
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Goodwood’s refurbished Hound Lodge

Goodwood’s historic “greatest chase there ever was” inspired luxury accommodations for its most prized participants – the hounds. Now, one has been reimagined as a country home-away-from-home, and the hunt reprised to herald its opening. Simon de Burton reports
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Tasmania’s new openings

Two extraordinary escapes are coming to the fore in off-the-beaten-track corners of Tasmania. Could they be Australia’s best-kept secrets, asks Jack Dyson
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Costa Rica’s new eco-lodges

Costa Rica’s new eco-lodges purvey a cool relaxed luxe – bijou havens from which to explore swathes of species-rich rainforest. There’s scarcely a better place to understand these tropical habitats, says Lucia van der Post
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Uganda’s new appeal

Long riven by political strife and eclipsed by neighbouring Kenya and Tanzania, Uganda is back in the game, with elegant lodges, intriguing indigenous communities and a handful of intrepid wilderness experts shaping the country’s untapped bush experiences. Sophy Roberts reports
Property & Architecture

Africa: on the property map

Lakeside farms in Zambia, hunting lodges in the Eastern Cape, ranches on the slopes of Mount Kenya… These are just some of the safari homesteads up for sale, set in game reserves teeming with wildlife. Caroline McGhie reports on a wilderness ripe for discovery
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