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World’s Most Luxurious Jungle Resorts

When we think of jungles one cannot expect much luxury in the resorts there. There are many resorts in the world which are situated in between a jungle and are extremely great. These resorts provide as many amenities as a great hotel back in the city will offer you. To top everything when you stay in a resort which is situated in a jungle you are in a for a treat, you can always expect the unexpected there. The refreshing air, the view of everything will leave you in awe.

Here is a list of some world’s best jungle resorts that we have shortlisted for you:

  1. The Datai Langkawi, Malaysia
    This resort offers an eye-soothing view of the Andaman sea and also you can witness wildlife and animals like the Sunda flying lemurs, tokay geckos, and the dusky leaf monkeys. The resort has different suits and rooms with separate verandas. The Datai Langkawi also features in the top 10 best family resorts in the world. It offers Balinese massage for two as a complimentary along with other VIP amenities. You can connect to your soul and reignite your spirit by the atmosphere there.
  2. Como Shambhala estate, Bali, Indonesia
    Como is situated near Ubud. This resort will not only give you a great healing experience but also will give you a positive holistic feeling. It is a combination of luxury and a highly rated health center which is situated at the top of the Ayung river gorge. a total number of 30 suites are only there with five shared residences plus five retreat villas and two-to-three-bedroom villas which are private. Como has the world’s best pools and spas.
  3. Blancaneaux Lodge, Belize
    Situated in the Maya mountains this 20-room resort where the waterfalls into the turquoise pools. It is a remote resort which will give you the experience of the best place to relax and rejuvenate. Back in 1980 a film director named Francis Ford Coppola visited Belize and was taken aback by its beauty and immediately bought this abandoned Blancaneaux Lodge. It was used as a family retreat property before it was opened for the public in 1993. You can enjoy the horseback ride from the Jaguar jungle to the Big rock falls.
  4. Lapa Rios, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
    A trip to Lasa Rios is said to be an experience of a lifetime as it is home to pumas, toucans, tree frogs, macaws, and monkeys along with thousands of other creatures. This property is a sixteen bungalows combination which gives an overlook of the point where Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean which is situated at 350 feet above the mean sea level. Lapa is set at a private nature reserve which is as vast as 10,000 acres of Central America’s only remaining lowland tropical rainforest in Costa Rica. This resort has also been awarded as the best wilderness lodge in the world.
  5. Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Rest Camp, Uganda
    A UNESCO world heritage site set in the southwest of Uganda does not only have landscapes but also has jagged valleys, volcanos, waterfalls, mountain ranges as well. This resort is situated at the top of a flat ridge high in the forest. They have tents which have are both stylish and spacious that feature queen-size beds and a bathtub that has a view of the jungle canopy. To trek for the world’s greatest wildlife adventure that is Mountain Gorilla, this resort serves as a base camp as it is the only luxurious resort there.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email