Today’s sophisticated traveler can have once-in-a-lifetime experiences in luxury locations far from the tourist trail. These unique destinations are worth a visit if you’re looking for adventure, eco-conscious settings and exceptional service.

1. Hangaroa Eco-Village + Spa, Easter Island, Chile (hangaroa.clHangaroa is a hidden gem in the South Pacific, home to mythical Moai statues. It offers adventure-seekers a unique glimpse at Rapa Nui history and culture. Guides take guests to archeological sites that date back centuries to reveal the secrets of how these giant, hand-carved heads were created. You must see the Rano Raraku volcanic cone (home to the island’s largest statue) as well as Anakena Beach where Polynesian culture was first discovered 800 years ago. An ATV is a great option for those who want to experience the island in a more thrilling way.

The hotel remains true to its eco-friendly ethos. The hotel’s 75 rooms on the oceanfront have handmade clay tubs, stone bathrooms and plenty of natural light. You can relax in the spa after a long day exploring. The best part about Full Experience is that you can dine at any of the two local restaurants. Kana Hau even has a Rapa Nui traditional dance show!

2. 2.The Singular Patagonia (Chile)thesingular.comThe Singular, located in the heart South Patagonia is truly a unique experience.

This property was once used as a cold storage unit at the heart of the sheep farming industry. The property has been restored to luxury hotel status and even a museum. But mother nature is what makes this place so appealing. As previous explorers, this hotel is a bucket list destination that sits on the shores a Fjord with views of the snow-capped Andes. Private boats allow guests to explore the region by boat and discover hidden waterfalls. Another unforgettable excursion is trekking through Torres del Paine National Park and horseback riding across the Anaga River. “Estancia”Real-life gauchos and kayaking down winding river.

Amazing food is the best part of any adventure. The Singular uses local ingredients to bring you French-inspired dishes. Enjoy the traditional dishes at this hotel “Asador”(barbecue), served in an old Blacksmith’s shop, and featuring a variety locally-raised meats.

3. Careyes, Pacific Coastcareyes.comCareyes is an exclusive destination that stretches over 20,000 acres and combines the jungle with the sea. A vibrant community of international residents and visitors spread across the property’s Ocean Castle villas, Casitas and El Careyes Club & Residences along the cliffside, Careyes is more than just a beautiful resort. This is an exceptional opportunity to connect with nature, discover your spirituality, and enjoy the beauty of the sea and earth.

You can rest assured that all the accommodations are worthy of your bucket list. The Ocean Castle Villas are surrounded by lush gardens, infinity pools and luxurious furnishings. El Careyes Club is a beachfront resort that features five infinity pools and the La Duna Restaurant. It also has spacious one-to four-bedroom suites, which are perfect for families and groups. Careyes is the perfect place for a winter getaway.

4. Le Torri di Bagnara, Umbria, Italy ( 1,500-acre Italian estate is owned by Napoleon Bonaparte’s descendants. The castle is a restored medieval castle that can host groups up to 30 people.

Le Torri di Bagnara is a licensed hotel that guarantees the highest standards. This sets it apart from other villa rentals in Italy. The estate has an infinity pool, stone barbeque and vegetable gardens. Enjoy locally grown products from the estate’s farm, which includes extra virgin olive oil and truffles, as well as mushrooms that were foraged on the grounds.

There are special activities such as cooking classes and wine tastings, mountain biking or truffle hunting, photography, and even cooking classes. The playground for children is a great option for families. You must take a hot air balloon high above the estate and surrounding countryside. Then, enjoy a delicious picnic.

5. Costa Rican Vacations ( Costa Rican Vacations is the perfect destination for those who want to experience luxury, eco-travel, and adventure. Playa Cativo Lodge, on the Osa Peninsula is a popular spot to start. It has a mile of beautiful beach and lots of wildlife. The personal binoculars can be used to capture close-ups of sea turtles or birds. Also, you can take a whale-watching trip that’s not to be missed. A private helicopter tour of Corcovado National Park’s Sirena Ranger Station is another must-do activity. Nayara Springs also offers villas with private terraces that have plunge pools and overlook the Arenal volcano.

Costa Rica’s Four Seasons Guanacaste is the ideal place to experience luxury. It offers luxury amenities, as well as off-site activities like zip lining and horseback riding.

6. Manoir Hovey, Quebec, Canada ( Manoir Hovey, a five-star Relais & Châteaux resort in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, was built in 1900 and inspired by George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate.

It is located 90 minutes from Montreal. The property retains its historic charm. Most of the 36 rooms have wood-burning fireplaces and private balconies.

Manoir Hovey will be a delight for foodies. Le Hatley is the hotel’s fine dining restaurant. Alexandre Vachon creates innovative and varied menus that feature regional ingredients.

The tranquil country setting and many activities are available year round.

Fall is the best time of year to take leaf tours and hike around the area. In winter, guests can enjoy ice fishing with local guides who set up a protected area on the frozen lakes, complete with a pizza oven. You can complete a bucket-list item by experiencing thrilling dogsledding.