Heritage appeal in Nevada

Eco-escapism with 600 wild horses at Mustang Monument

A handpainted luxury teepee at Mustang Monument, Nevada
A handpainted luxury teepee at Mustang Monument, Nevada | Image: Kristi Johnson

Newly opened in Nevada is Mustang Monument (www.mustangmonument.com;from £598, all inclusive for two people). This tented eco-resort is the only place in the world where visitors can see wild mustangs in their natural habitat – 600 horses on a 900sq mile reserve owned by American philanthropist Madeleine Pickens. You sleep in handpainted teepees with king-sized beds and hardwood floors (pictured); activities include riding out with the cowboys; and airliners’ vapour trails are the only signs of human life.

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