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Weekly Deal Rundown

Every week, Thrillist bravely wades through the murky depths of the internet to bring you only the most pristine travel-deal gems. From island getaways to cross-continental yacht trips, each deal has been hand-picked and vetted by our trusted editors to ensure no matter which adventure you decide upon, it'll be most excellent.

Quilalea Private Lodge

Being all "beautiful island" in the Quirimbas Archipelago, Quilalea is only accessible by a twin-prop light aircraft (which you will fly in), and is so secluded that they built the resort mainly from locally sourced materials. Book now and you'll receive a free PADI training course for two, as well as digs featuring outdoor hammocks and showers, ostensibly to shower in the praise of surrounding guests while donning your banana hammock outside.

The resort allows a maximum of 18 guests... find out how to be one

Adults-Only Camp Escape

Listen up you large, hirsute children! Adults-only summer camp is back. Get ready to share uncomfortable glances around the campfire with other not-kids as you imbibe on seasonal microbrews and prepare for the camp nightclub: The Boathouse (where you'll surely fit right in, you motorboatin' son-of-a...). Other activities to sate your refined tastes include wine tasting, kayaking, and a freaking water trampoline (natch).

There're only two chances left to scoop this one! August 30th - Sept. 2nd or October 4th - 6th. Go on, get weird.

Grand Paradise Samana; Dominican Republic

The above picture is Grand Paradise Samana. Here you'll do all sorts of stereotypical island activities, such as riding catamarans, overeating delicious seafood, horseback riding, and escaping a Utopian facade with Scarlett Johansson the realities of everyday life for a week. With everything paid for -- already. And because relaxing all day amidst boats and palm trees is exhausting, replenish yourself at one of the five bars situated within the resort.

Like free things? How about scuba-diving lessons at the pool and unlimited booze? Yeah, it's legit.