Longitude 131°, Australia

Okay, so, we know you’re not supposed to say Ayers Rock anymore but – by any name – Uluru is one of the world’s most spectacular natural vistas. And we fully support keeping it sacred. Which is why the chance to wake up each day in direct sight of its warm glow is an experience you’ll savour, and your 360 Private Travel Partner can plan it as part of a wonderful, outdoor Aussie adventure.

Bisate Lodge, Rwanda

A working holiday? Not really – this is the best place on earth to see endangered gorillas and stunning birdlife in the natural tranquillity they crave. And Bisate Lodge, opened just over a year ago, oozes opulence while avoiding the garish trappings of modern life. But… there are fulfilling ways in which you really can help boost Rwanda’s national treasure trove.

Rosewood Luang Prabang

Rosewood has opened a nature-rich hideaway in Laos, sumptuously crafted by designer Bill Bensley in a style that would have been familiar to travellers 120 years ago. It’s an intriguing new part of a little-known country coming to terms with its past, and keen to beguile today’s pleasure-seekers. A keen appetite for discovery is essential, mind.

Sheldon Chalet, Alaska

Time spent at Sheldon Chalet in Alaska is an experience once reserved only for the hardiest mountaineers. You’ll feel the tingling intimidation of being a human speck in an astounding, glacial wilderness… but come back each night to cosy luxury. And a helicopter there and back – the only transport – just adds to the surreal atmosphere.