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15 of the best eco hotels in the world

Published Apr 20, 2023 by Juliet Kinsman

Sustainable travel is a compelling way of shifting perspectives, distributing wealth to those most vulnerable to the climate crisis, and a vital form of funding regenerative and restorative wildlife initiatives. Sustainability editor Juliet Kinsman recommends a few of her favourite sustainable-luxury stays as featured in her latest book, The Bucket List Eco Experiences: Traveling the World, Sustaining the Earth, published by Rizzoli. This beautiful directory of a thousand eco-friendly activities and adventures includes far-flung positive-impact places to visit – from nature-positive day trips close to home to flight-free European itineraries alongside paradise-island eco-lodges. An essential guidebook for planning greener getaways, it'll help you plan eco-minded escapes that help support communities and conservation every step of your journey.

Gangtey Lodge's namesake location is a wide, flat glacial carving of such extraordinary beauty that it is the favourite valley for many Bhutanese. Head to the twelve-suite retreat of Gangtey Lodge, and you'll find a seventeenth-century monastery on your doorstep and endless paths through the Black Mountains to follow. Peel yourself away from your picturesque retreat to spend time with the warm, welcoming families of local farmers and join them in making butter and cheese in the traditional way. Hand-making cheese with a farmer at Gangtey Lodge promises a taste of local life.

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