We’re celebrating the most exciting and adventurous sleeping spots in the Americas! 

You’d be hard-pushed to find finer places to rest your head. The west is the ultimate adventure – fill your boots with the pioneering spirit of the old explorers. Head north for wilderness escapes and huge mountain landscapes and south for the rich history and immersive moments.

Here are four unique great sleeps in the Americas.

Esquinas Rainforest Lodge

Esquinas Rainforest LodgeEsquinas Rainforest Lodge

Award-winning and 100% carbon neutral, deep in the rainforest lies Esquinas eco-lodge. There’s no better way to lose yourself in the sights and sounds of the jungle, with birdwatching at every opportunity and jungle walks right from the door. Especially pleasant are evenings spent on the veranda listening to the jungle sounds.

Spend a night in the Costa Rican jungle on our Discover Costa Rica tour

Navajo Hogan, Monument Valley

Navajo Hogan in Monument ValleyNavajo Hogan in Monument Valley

A hogan is the traditional dwelling of the Navajo people. After a Navajo-led 4×4 journey deep into Monument Valley, head out into the desert as the light begins to fade to find your home for the night: a small but perfectly formed round home, with the door opening out to the east to catch the blessings and the early morning sun.

Spend the night in a hogan in Monument Valley on our Western Explorer tour

Guesthouse Antebellum Mansion, Nachez

 Guesthouse Antebellum Mansion, NachezGuesthouse Antebellum Mansion in Nachez

Stay in a genuine antebellum townhouse, built around 1840 for the grandson of the first mayor of Natchez. The opportunity to stay in a historic property like this in downtown Natchez is a rare privilege, a chance to be surrounded by history. Rooms are wonderfully restored with poster beds and tasteful, opulent decorations.

Spend a night in an authentic Antebellum Mansion on our Deep South & Delta Blues tour.

Lake Titicaca homestay

Lake Titicaca homestay

Go beyond the ordinary at Lake Titicaca. Stay with a local family on a beautiful island on the highest navigable water in the world. Straddling the Peruvian-Bolivian border, this beautiful lake is home to numerous floating islands, and spending the night here is an unforgettable experience. Snuggle up under the blankets and brave the thin, cool mountain air (you’re at 3,812m above sea level) and split your time between staring at the starlit sky and the shimmering reflections on the water.

Spend the night on an island with a Peruvian homestay on our Essential Peru Tour.