Borgo, as it’s called for short, certainly feels like paradise. And not just for the luxurious accommodations, which consist of 22 spacious rooms and suites in a soothing palette of neutrals and greens and travertine floors.
Each of Beyond Green’s 27 founding member hotels, resorts, and lodges is committed to honoring the three pillars of sustainability: nature, community, and culture.
Monte Uzulu, one of the newest boutique hotels to hit the state of Oaxaca sets itself apart with mindful precautions taken during development to create a sustainable jungle retreat only five minutes’ walking distance from the glittering Pacific Ocean.
Rooted in Khalili’s sustainable and ethical ethos, the SuperAdobe phenomenon has not only spread around the world in the shape of emergency shelters but also as private homes and eco-tourism resorts.
As remote becomes more and more the keyword of luxury travel, sustainable and seamless interface with the environs should continue to be paramount in design.
There is a fundamental word in Hawaiian used to define responsibility: kuleana—a deep spiritual relationship between a person and the thing they are responsible for.
In the misty mountains of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda, these primates are slowly reclaiming their population—and sustainable tourism is helping.
Bruce Poon Tip is a wanderer whose zeal for travel turned into his profession, earning him bragging rights as the founder of G Adventures—a Canadian success story set to celebrate its 30th anniversary.