We are proud to welcome four exceptional Regenerative Hotels™ to our community. Our new hotel members – Basata Ecolodge (Egypt), Emboo River (Kenya), Ngalung Kalla (Indonesia), and Nimali Tarangire (Tanzania) – join an impressive roster of resorts selectively chosen for their dedication to the highest levels of social and environmental impact.
At the United Nations Ocean Conference held in Lisbon last month, the Dominican Republic announced plans to expand its protected marine areas to 30% by 2030.As part of the United Nation’s 30×30 movement, this commitment will help the Dominican government direct critical resources toward protecting the country’s unique ocean ecosystems.
We are excited to welcome five new additions to the Regenerative Travel Hotel Community. The new hotel members – Manta Resort and Cherero Camp (Tanzania), Andronis Concept Wellness Resort (Greece), Bliss & Stars (South Africa), and Jade Mountain (Saint Lucia) – join an exceptional list of resorts handpicked for their dedication to the highest levels of social and environmental impact.
We caught up with the inspiring Wellness Director, Romy Paull at Future Found Sanctuary, about her understanding of global gender inequalities and her energetically-based advice for women finding their balance.
The Journey to Becoming B-Corp Certified with Portia Hart, The Trailblazing Founder of Blue Apple Beach in Cartagena
To celebrate Regenerative Travel’s first member hotel to be certified by the internationally honored B-Corp status, we recently caught up with Blue Apple Beach’s ambitious founder and owner, Portia Hart, about their incredible achievement and certification process.
From reintroducing spring-bok, lions, and elephants to planting over a million species of the carbon-sequestering “spekboom”, discover the incredible story of Samara Karoo from co-founder and owner, Sarah Tompkins.
From change-making urban concept hotels to the relaxed paradise of beachfront Caribbean destinations to sanctuaries to connect with nature and a sense of self in South Africa these new hotel members have been selected for their trailblazing experience offerings and dedication to the highest levels of social and environmental impact.
Nestled between the lush mangrove forests and soft supple sand on the island of Siargao in the Philippines lies a secret sanctuary, Nay Palad Hideaway.
In 2014, Hurricane Odile swept through always-sunny Los Cabos, and for hoteliers, the results were devastating.