andBeyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This ultra-remote, luxurious safari lodge on an island in Botswana's Okavango Delta isn't a hotel, it's an experience. Guests can get up close to exotic wildlife on both land and water, and even arriving to the property is an adventure, requiring transport by small plane, safari vehicle, and a boat. Few times in life does one get the chance to see these breathtaking sunsets over the world's largest inland delta.

Enter dates for best prices

Check-in
Check-out
Guests
 AVG/NIGHT 
Hotels.com  
Expedia.com  
Tingo.com  

Incredible Sunsets (9 of 10)

 This ultra-remote, luxurious safari lodge on an island in Botswana's Okavango Delta isn't a hotel, it's an experience. Guests can get up close to exotic wildlife on both land and water, and even arriving to the property is an adventure, requiring transport by small plane, safari vehicle, and a boat. Few times in life does one get the chance to see these breathtaking sunsets over the world's largest inland delta.
From Caribbean beach destinations to bustling metropolitan cities, we found incredible sunsets from our travels around the world. Modern rooms with marble bathrooms, a great playground, and a top-notch activities staff make this a great choice for couples and families. Plus, the large, clean beach, where palm trees sway in the wind and small wooden boats bob in the water, is the perfect place to watch the sunset. The sprawling St. Regis Monarch Beach is situated on a beautiful golf course overlooking the Pacific Ocean, which allows for gorgeous sunset views from half of the property's rooms, the pool area, the restaurants, and the golf course. Rooms at this 16th-century property aren't quite luxurious, but some have wonderful views of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore's dome, which appears even more beautiful in the Mediterranean twilight. The hotel's remote location on the point of the beautiful, 12-mile Grace Bay beach is peaceful and quiet, which makes watching the striking sunset views even more relaxing. Whether getting a massage at the spa, lounging by the pool, chilling in an ocean view room or sitting at the beach, guests experience beautiful views the sun setting over the Atlantic. The Huntley is a design-conscious, thoroughly un-beachy hotel in the center of a beachside community with an exceptional restaurant, warm, inviting rooms and great service. The highlight here, however, is the nearby beach, from which guests can enjoy stunning sunset views. The pool, brand-new fitness center, business center, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel make ths Marriott a great pick for business trips, but every type of guest will likely enjoy the beautiful views of the city at twilight, when the sky has a pretty pink glow. The Tropicana is not the most luxurious hotel in Aruba, but it does offer some jaw-dropping sunset views, as well as a good value, lots of kid-friendly amenities, and two large pools, one equipped with a waterslide. An immaculate, art-filled property fronting Wailea beach, the Four Seasons stands at the pinnacle of the area's resorts, offering a slew of amenities, spacious rooms, top-notch staff, and outstanding views of the sun setting behind the neighboring islands. This ultra-remote, luxurious safari lodge on an island in Botswana's Okavango Delta isn't a hotel, it's an experience. Guests can get up close to exotic wildlife on both land and water, and even arriving to the property is an adventure, requiring transport by small plane, safari vehicle, and a boat. Few times in life does one get the chance to see these breathtaking sunsets over the world's largest inland delta. Easily among the most luxurious resorts in Central America, The Four Seasons is as close to perfection as it gets. With two beautiful beaches, ocean views from each of the sumptuous rooms -- decorated in materials including wood, bamboo, and stone -- and an 18-hole golf course, the resort makes it possible for guests to spend their whole vacation on-site.
Related
Loading Live Rates
Loading...