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Harbour Island, The Bahamas

Pink sand, the sparkling sea, only reachable by boat—Harbour Island is paradise made manifest. Diane von Furstenberg and Elle Macpherson are just a few of the celebs who hang their beach hats here. This stunning island nestled into cerulean blue water in The Bahamas is the dream vacation you've been chasing all of your life. The perfect beaches beg you for a long walk, or if you feel like snorkeling or fishing, that awaits too. Other than that, you'll spend your days eating, sleeping, reading, and daydreaming. (About your baby, but quite possibly about the vacation home you'll one day own here, too.)

  • Where to stay: The Dunmore (Trust us, it’s the very best.)
  • Where to eat: Sip Sip for lunch. The Landing and Rock House for dinner.
  • What to do: Shop in Dunmore town for bikinis, stunning jewelry, and local art. Don’t forget to check out Miss Mae’s.
Amangiri Resort —

Set in an ultra-remote part of southwestern Utah, Amangiri is the perfect place to treat yourself before the abrupt life change that late night feedings and diaper changes will inevitably bring. A zen retreat set amongst the cacti and canyons of the desert, you'll revel in the ultimate luxury of physical and mental comfort. And if you've still got energy for hiking and exploring, Zion, the Grand Canyon, and Bryce Canyon are nearby. Fly into Phoenix or Las Vegas and drive about four hours to get to the resort.

  • Where to stay: Amangiri
  • Where to eat: El Tapatiofor authentic Mexican; Otherwise, enjoy incredible Southwestern meals onsite at Amangiri.
  • What to do: Relax by the pool among the dramatic geology of the Grand Staircase-Escalante, indulge in a massage at the spa to bring forth “hózhó,” which means beauty, harmony, balance and health in Navajo.
Holbox, Mexico

A teeny little island, eight miles off the coast of the Yucatan Penninsula, Holbox is stunning, relaxing, chic and even better—a well-kept secret. Some beaches you can only get to on foot or by bike, which means you may have them to yourself. To get there, drive 2 hours north of Cancun to the little village of Chaquila, where you will then hop aboard a 20-minute ferry to the tiny island of Holbox.

  • Where to stay: 
    Casa Las Tortugas
    Petit Beach Hotel & Spa, Las Nubes, 
    Casa Sandra
  • Where to eat: 
    Los Peleones,
    Viva Zapata
  • What to do: Whale and shark watching; Other than that do nothing — Relax, unwind, and enjoy the peace and quiet while it lasts.


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