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Bloomfield Lodge, Queensland, Australia

Sitting in the middle of the Daintree Rainforest, Australia’s largest stretch of tropical jungle, Bloomfield Lodgeis too far removed to receive a cell signal. Nevermind: You’ll be too wrapped up in the views of Weary Bay from your private terrace to get lonely.

Cost: $1,210 to $3,730 per guest, per night

Getting there: You’ll have to charter a plane for the 30-minute flight from Cairns, but after that, hotel staff will chauffeur you through the Outback and ferry you across Weary Bay in an aluminum boat. (Don’t attempt the overland route, a four-hour drive from Cairns on gravel roads that become impassable when it rains.)

What to expect: Rainforest hikes, gourmet picnics on the white-sand Kangaji Beach, and sport fishing and snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef. Then relax over a menu that includes locally caught Barramundi and barbecued kangaroo.

Photo courtesy: Bloomfield Lodge