From alpine villages to dense Saxon forests, the German landscape is increasingly dappled with picturesque eco-hotels.
The key to these styles is versatility and durability.
Can pristine jungles and resorts coexist? In an age of overtourism, it’s a question the tourism industry is grappling with. One unspoilt area along Mexico’s Mayan Riviera seems to have found the answer.
Selected as one of National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World for its commitment to sustainable practices, Isla Palenque Resort has created a luxurious, eco-conscious experience for travellers—the first of its kind in Panama.