With a new year and a clean travel slate, we’re exploring the greatest trends in travel for the coming decade. We’ll take to the reaches of the Cuvée universe for holistic wellness and golf experiences in Hawaii, The Bahamas, and the Vail Valley. We’ll define privacy on the shores of our Bahamian private island rental and explore eco-tourism at its finest at Singita’s newest venture, a gorilla safari lodge in Volcanoes National Park. Together, we’ll revisit Tuscany again and again and indulge in ski-in, ski-out chalets amidst Colorado’s finest powder slopes. And finally, we’ll explore St. Barts, in its completely revamped glory.
Bring it on 2020 – we’re ready. Below, our forecast for epic travel in the new year.
Immerse yourself in inspiring and luxurious wellness-packed retreats in Colorado, Los Cabos, Hawaii and the Bahamas with Cuvée. From custom-design retreat options to schedule group retreats, you’ll find yourself on a personal journey incorporating nutrition, serenity, stress-relief, self-centering, strength building, and sweat.
Royal Island is a completely private 430-acre island oasis with five intimate villas on the sand, a private beach club with an indoor/outdoor bar and restaurant, as well as spa and fitness facilities, all surrounded by miles of untouched turquoise sea.
There is an inherent majesty to traveling in Africa—the legacy of the land and its brilliant endless skies, the cultural roots and creative energy of the people, and the powerful folklore woven through it all. Rich in amenities and ambiance with free-flowing indoor and outdoor areas, experience true environmentally conscious luxury in the heart of Africa at Singita Kwitonda Lodge in Rwanda.
Whether you’re discovering Tuscany for the first time or the 100th, there’s utter magic embedded throughout the historic Tuscan hills. Explore it all through the lens of Cuvée’s experience curator, Francesco, who brings that Italian magic to you.
With another epic powder season upon us, Cuvée’s luxurious hideaways combining privacy with prime locations are the epitome of Rocky Mountain hospitality. With true ski-in and ski-out access only a few slides away from the slopes, you’ll be back before the glowing fireplace in minutes for an evening of après down-time.
There are few aquatic adventures as joyful as watching a pod of friendly gray whales frolicking in the coastal waters off the Baja Peninsula. Called the “world’s aquarium” by Jacques Cousteau for its rich marine life, the 700-mile long Gulf of California, otherwise known as the Sea of Cortez, meets the Pacific Ocean at the bottom of the Baja Peninsula.
Immerse yourself in an exploration of the Hawaiian night sky at Mauna Kea, one of our absolute favorite destinations in all of the islands. Meet in Kona and enjoy a personalized overview of the island’s geography, geology, and natural history as you summit the mountain.
The tiny, tony island we love, St. Barthélemy, is returned to all its glory. With the final resorts and restaurants reemerging post-hurricane at the end of 2018, there’s never been a better time to visit St. Barts and explore the luxe yet laissez-faire Caribbean island.