PROT EC T I O N O F N AT UR A L HER ITAGE The members of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World directly helped rehabilitate and protect a total of 3,755,819 acres of terrestrial and marine habitat—what we refer to as our collective conservation footprint around the world. This stretches across 27 countries and six continents, and provides guests staying at properties in the collection with access to rare habitats such as Costa Rica’s pristine old-growth rain forest, home to endangered species like the Baird’s tapir, and Mongolia’s Gobi desert, where Asia’s iconic snow leopard roams.
3.7 MILLION ACRES OF LAND AND SEA CONSERVED
MASHPI LODGE, ECUADOR
N AT I O N A L G EO G R A P HIC U N IQU E LOD GES OF THE WORLD