Since when the concept of eco-friendly resorts has been introduced it is just getting popular and vast. These resorts also feature their water treatment system and these types of resorts are best for eco-conscious people.
Here is a list of the world’s best eco-friendly resorts around the world that trying their bit in restoring the degrading eco-system:
Sovena Fushi, Maldives
It is located at Baa Atoll which is a UNESCO world biosphere reserve. Some rooms here offer the guests private sand and also private seawater swimming pools. Soneva Fushi is amongst the resorts that have the largest solar power plants in the Maldives. You can also spend time at their Glass studio which is a place where the wasted glass is turned into a masterpiece.
Soneva Kiri, Koh Kood
There are 36 resort villas and that includes 11 private residences and these are listed among the largest in the world and all of these have infinity pools, eco-chic furnishing, and electric buggies. This resort endorses a concept named SLOW which stands for Sustainable Local Organic Wellness Learning while offering fun experiences and it also has an offer named “stay for good” where you can get a free night stay in exchange for working with mariners’ biologists, ecologists, and horticulturalists to promote local expenses.
Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, China
The brand is known for sustainability and one of the best eco-friendly resorts in China. The resort has controlled lights, air-conditioning, a recycling system, and the best organic gardens. The key part here is Tesla’s Model S electric vehicle for airport transfers.
NORTH ISLAND, SEYCHELLES
This resort is one of the world’s most exclusive resorts that acts as a perfect hideaway and provides the best privacy, accommodation, location, and high-end service and facility. The resort has about 11 hand-crafted villas. The resort has won an award from National Geographic in 2017 for being a world legacy.
Aman Bali, Indonesia
This resort has joined hands with the Begawan Foundation which works in participating in the Bali starling breeding and release program that aims to save precious birds from getting extinct. All there 3 resorts have implemented energy-saving and recycling programs.
The Brando, French Polynesia
This resort has about 35 ultra-luxurious beachfront villas which are located on a private island of Tetiaroa near northeast of Tahiti. The building is made of materials from the local and certified origin and other renewable and recycled waste. The resort uses a deep seawater air-conditioning system that reduces the energy demand.
Nihi Sumba Island, Indonesia
At this resort, luxury meets natural beauty. There are 33 suites here and all of them are handcrafted by Indonesian craftsmen. The area a carbon-neutral resort and is the only resort in the world that is powered by bio-fuel which is produced from coconut oil at their bio-diesel factory.
Saffire Freycinet, Tasmania, Australia
This resort has 20 intimate suites in the main building with an organic roof crafted of Tasmanian wood and atop is a huge window like having the view of low-lying bushes and coast. The ongoing environmental practices include insulation, energy-efficient hot water usage, and lighting.
Song Saa Private Island, Cambodia
This place has been open since 2011 and has 9 overwater villas along with additional 18 garden and beach villas. They are known for their impeccable services and their cuisine. The owners of the resorts established the first-ever government-recognized marine reserve that promotes the improve the wellbeing of communities.
Andaz Maui At Wailea Resort, Hawaii, U.S.A.
This resort has 290 guests’ rooms and suites and 7 residential villas. The resort is designed such that it minimizes waste and harmful emissions also reduces energy and water consumption. Environmental practices are performed in the rooms as well like automized temperature control and the glassware is made from old recycled wine bottles.