Eco Travel: 7 Luxurious Earth-friendly Resorts Around The Globe!
By Breana JohnsonSustainability has become an important aspect to today’s tourist. Eco-friendly practices at hotels have become as essential as nice rooms, friendly staff, and good location to many vacationers around the world. Make sure your vacation is as green as your home life when you stay in style at one of these unique resorts:
Sol Beach House in Benoa, Bali.
Enjoy the beauty of Indonesia’s natural world while staying in the lap of luxury at this beautiful resort. The hotel is carefully built around an untouched lagoon, so visitors can experience the fingerprints of nature from their balconies. The natural world is not the only preserved element of Indonesia’s beauty—Sol Beach House also incorporates elements of Indonesia’s culture. The goal of this establishment is twofold: Create a beautiful, authentic hotel stay, and promote harmony with the natural world and mankind.
Agriturismo L’Adaggio in Italy.
This small, intimate resort is located on a century-old olive farm. The rooms themselves, each decorated in its own unique style, are located in the old farm house. The grounds are covered with trees from the working olive farm, which uses old-fashioned organic processes to grow and produce the olives. The resort also features natural products made from their own produce.
Coco Bodu Hithi
in the Maldives is the apex of nature and luxury. Relax on this private island in an airy bungalow suspended on stilts over crystal-clear waters. Taste aged wines and delicacies prepared by master chefs. Take snorkeling and diving tours with a biologist. And do it all with the knowledge that your stay is entirely eco-friendly!
Adrere Amallel in Egypt.
Nestled into the mystical rock formations of the Siwa Oasis, the Andrere Amallel resort offers a taste of the ancient to those who visit. The building itself is created using traditional materials: salt rock and palm branches. The lodge recycles its water and does not use electricity. Travelers can enter the world of desert life while enjoying the recreational activities offered by the lake, rock formations, and white sands.
Naturhotel Waldklause in Austria.
See, hear, feel, taste, and stay in the midst of nature when you spend a night at Naturhotel Waldklause. This resort is built entirely of wood, stone, and glass, with expansive windows and balconies overlooking Austria’s mountains. You can dine on a varied menu designed to help your body detox and take a barefoot stroll through the peaceful garden.
Al Maha Desert Resort in Dubai.
Where else can you find such a combination of desert and luxury? Step out from the cool lavishness of a finely-ornamented room to a poolside balcony. For miles around, all that can be seen is the untouched desert reserve that houses this eco-friendly resort. Escape the city life of Dubai and enjoy nature’s mysteries.
Inkaterra Hacienda Urubama in Peru
is a national leader in sustainable business. Not only is the resort luxurious and stunning—with picturesque mountain views and even personal butlers—but it is also key in the region’s ecological research, education, and tourism. Explore the indigenous cultures and unspoiled natural beauty while relaxing in a top-of-the-line vacation suite.