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Touring around 80mi of scenic Alaskan coastline, the all-inclusive, seven-car Beer Train allows you to see the only state wilder than Colorado under the influence of the only thing that could make it even wilder: a lot of beer.
Your high-up accommodations will boast a downstairs living room, an outdoor shower, an upstairs bedroom, and a third-floor green roof with the best views of the river since ABC cancelled it.
Hop in a custom deep-water sub and descend 2,000 feet into absolute blackness along the cliff walls of the Cayman Trench, where you'll see some of the largest predatory sharks in the world: eerie-looking 18-footers called "six gills".
VDPL's 171 villas (luxed out with balconies and whirlpool tubs) are all situated along pristine Sea of Cortez.
Take a quick seaplane to "the remotest region of the remotest, emptiest continent" (that's Australia) for fishing and whale watching.
Originally a lush tropical postwar retreat (and one-time donkey racetrack) where Ian Fleming penned the entire James Bond series, this resort paradise on Jamaica's north coast is nestled amidst 50 acres of exotic gardens, warm seawater lagoons, and private beaches/coves.
Take an open-air Jeep safari through the “wilds of the Sonoma Serengeti” and take down enough local beers (Russian River, Lagunitas, Bear Republic...) to think you could take on that nearby scimitar-horned oryx.
Just a quick jaunt from the Punta Cana airport, FLCC houses 299 Mediterranean-style, one- to three-bedroom villas you can swim right in/out of.
Take a tech'd-up underwater whip (and its pilot) anywhere on the planet for an entire month, hopefully enough of a vacation to really decompress.
A first-of-its-kind upscale camping village in NZ, MS's 50k acres of private property are situated in a LOTR-esque valley accessible only by flying a helicopter over the Southern Alps, and're speckled with some of the ballerist tents ever.