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America's best all-inclusive resorts: Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

Courtesy of Little St. Simons Island, Georgia

Lodge on Little St. Simons Island, GA

Reached only by boat, this gracious lodge for a maximum of 32 guests feels like a true hideaway. Built in 1917 as a private hunting lodge, it opened to the public in the late 1970s. You’re in for VIP service, fresh seafood meals, and animal encounters. The lodge is within a 10,000-acre sanctuary full of roaming wildlife, including more than 280 types of birds. Rates include meals, snacks, and all beverages; naturalist-guided hikes, kayak tours, fishing trips, reptile safaris, and evening owl prowls; boat transfers to and from the island; and unlimited use of the island activities and recreation gear.

Price Tag: Doubles from $600 per night; add $125 per additional guest.

 

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