Eco-friendly Resorts You Need to Visit
This eco-resort in Indonesia features 13 breezy bungalows made of salvaged driftwood. It is located at the centre of Southeast Asia’s famed coral triangle. It is difficult to reach there, but it is worth visiting. It would cost you $5,466 for 7 days.
Jicaro Island Ecolodge
This eco-resort in Nicaragua sits on the fresh water Lake Nicaragua. Constructed from salvaged hardwood felled by a hurricane in 2007, it offers accommodation from $390 including boarding and a round trip boat transportation from Granada.
Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica
A remote rainforest lodge in Peru, the country which features two-thirds of Earth’s diverse ecological life zones, this resort will cost you $1,084 for a two-night minimum stay including full board and daily excursions.
Milia Mountain Retreat
Tourists from across the world come to this off-the grid stone village in Greece for a trek on wild mountains, sleep in rustic cottages and savor authentic dishes. A total of 15 rooms are offered, starting for $100 including breakfast
Yangshuo Mountain Retreat
This is a simple, authentic and sustainable ecolodge and is nearly an hour’s drive from the bustling tourist city of Guilin, China. Around 30 rooms are available starting from $60.
This eco lodge is owned by a husband and wife team in New Zealand and they have planted an indigenous tree for every couple who visits them. As many as 10 rooms are offered for visitors and the price starts from $437, including breakfast.
This resort sits pretty on a world-class beach in Con Dao National Park, which would take a 45 minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City. Sustainability is given priority here, and as many as 50 rooms are offered. Prices start from $580, including breakfast.