The world’s most remote resorts offer an escape as we ease back into adventure travel—or at least keep dreaming about it…
Southeast Asia’s Conservation Eden: Shinta Mani Wild, Cambodia
This eco-retreat, set in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains, makes a fast impression: You can zip-line in for arrival. There’s hiking, mountain biking, and kayaking in the surrounding rain forest, with each of the 15 riverside bungalows its own tiny palace. Tag along with the in-house naturalist to check camera traps that monitor the area’s wildlife, including primates such as the endangered pileated gibbon.
Go Deep: Join rangers patrolling for illegal loggers and poachers to help save the country’s last true wilderness.