1. Treehouse Point B&B (Fall City, Washington)

Backdrop: The western foothills of the Cascade Mountains, beside the Raging River.

Best for: Couples seeking lofty hideaways and Wi-Fi–free nights.

Creature comforts: Six hand-built wooden tree houses with quilt-covered beds, large windows, and porches; a breakfast of eggs, homemade granola, breads, and fresh juice served in the main house.

Get busy: Scenic Snoqualmie Falls and surrounding hiking paths are ten minutes away.

2. The Hedges (Blue Mountain Lake, New York)

Backdrop: Adirondack Park, a recreation wonderland of six million acres filled with forests, lakes, and mountains.

Best for: Multigenerational families with high-energy tots and teens.

Creature comforts: Cozy family cabins, adults-only lodge rooms, and bungalows located on the shores of Blue Mountain Lake.

Get busy: Kayak, swim, canoe, fish, and cannonball off the dock; nightly bonfires with s’mores and weekly bingo are fun at any age.

3. Kestrel Camp (Missouri Breaks, Montana)

Backdrop: The American Prairie Reserve, a wildlife conservation area aiming to become the largest in the lower 48 states.

Best for: Safari buffs intrigued by America’s Serengeti, where pronghorn, bison, and prairie dogs roam.

Creature comforts: Five plush canvas yurts sport king-size beds, en suite bathrooms, and Montana-themed books.

Get busy: Naturalists guide bison-spotting expeditions.

South African Airways offers great discounted packages from Accra to Washington DC on its nonstop flight.