In Switzerland – on the borders to Italy, lies the sun blessed mountainous, dammed cute, town of Zermatt – just at the feet of the magnificent Matterhorn.
Anything to do with soaking up the good things in life would not be complete without paying homage to the rural Spa dens.
In the last of the series, GREEN & TONIC, we have dedicated this edit to the modern nomad seeking to claw back some of that rewarding, feel-good factor, being wrapped and cradled in a sea of fluffy white towels.
Hidden amongst the lush valleys, rolling humps, bumps and peaks of Europe are our rural gems that echo unmistakable village vogue created by local heroes. Villas, quaint houses and rustic boltholes bring a mature, sophisticated bunch into the second of our series, Green & Tonic – The House Mix.
This cute, remote line-up of our places under the rubric of Wild Thing, conjures Mother Nature into a neat little edit of 6 boltholes, some far afield, other close to home, each a topographical mirror of their terrain and sitting oh so snug to the landscapes, you could easily miss them.
This hot little safari lodge, marries eco sensitivities with ethnic luxury – a conservation project overlooking the Savannah that ties tribal elegance and cool interiors to create a fresh sustainable legacy for the local Maasai tribespeople.
Olarro is located in South Western Kenya in the Loita Hills Massif. Lying within its own 7,000 acres private conservancy, Olarro is surrounded by 150,000 acres of Maji Moto Group Ranch, which is owned by the local Maasai people. The Lodge offers a private wilderness, with rolling hills of bush-land, savannah valleys and spreading acacias trees.
Getting close to Mother Nature never felt so good and never in such style, set your savvy radar to the safari den, OLARRO LODGE, a place that oozes with African spirit.