Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

Key Lessons from 3 Caribbean Hotels Leading the Way in Regenerative Practices

We explore leading examples of regenerative tourism practices being implemented by three Caribbean hotels such as Hamanasi Resort in Belize, Jade Mountain in Saint Lucia and Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica at our panel discussion hosted by Davines in Brooklyn, New York. These organizations are not only adopting regenerative practices, but they are also helping to educate people on the importance of sustainability and creating programs to put regulations in place.

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Amanda Ho | Regenerative Travel

How Regenerative Safaris Can Help Preserve Wild Places and Empower Local Communities

“Regenerative safaris” offer a new approach to travel that prioritizes sustainability, community involvement, and education. In a panel discussion that Regenerative Travel held for Earth Day 2023 moderated by Barbara Buchel – Co-Founder & Chief Impact Officer of Viatu, a founding Agency of Change at Davines in Brooklyn, New York, experts highlighted how regenerative safaris offer an opportunity for travelers to make conscious choices and work towards doing more good for the planet and its inhabitants.

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Pauline Yang

The Tanzanian Safari Camp Empowering Women and Creating Community-Based Change

In the vast expanse of Tanzania’s Musabi Plains, with their golden grasslands and rock formations, lies Cherero Camp, one of Kantabile Afrika’s two eco-friendly dwellings. The camp is located in a remote part of the Serengeti National Park, providing scenic views, while offering guests the opportunity to experience the rich biodiversity of Tanzania and enjoy the art of conscious luxury.

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Isabelle Walker

Permaculture, Surfing, and Slow Living at Ngalung Kalla: Life on Indonesia’s ‘Forgotten Island’

Worlds away from the swarming beaches of Bali, in Indonesia’s remote East Nusa Tenggara, lies the island of Sumba, fittingly dubbed the ‘forgotten island’. World-class surf, a strong Austronesian and Melanesian cultural identity of intrepid seafaring people, and untouched foliage make Sumba one of the last frontiers of true South East Asian wilderness.

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Laura Field

The Rise of Regenerative Hospitality

“Regeneration” is going to be one of the main keywords of 2023. Within the rise of the regenerative economy, Regenerative Hospitality is predicted to have a dramatic impact on the industry. We hear from Dr Alessandro Inversini, Associate Professor in Marketing at EHL Hospitality Business School, who discusses his research and findings in the field of Regenerative Hospitality.

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Regenerative Travel

Looking Back on 2022 with Regenerative Travel

From engaging events to informative content, insightful resources and inspiring in-person connections, 2022 has been a fruitful year for Regenerative Travel. We’re grateful for our community and to be able to facilitate and support the important work taking place to transform the travel industry. 

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Dominique Zamora

The Secret To Ethical Tourism: Bravery, Humility and Accountability, Reveals Eaton D.C. Director of Impact, Katie Petitt

Though fair trade-certified coffee sounds nice, purchasing it ultimately does little to dismantle the rampant exploitation which made it necessary in the first place. As phrased by researcher Jo Littler, ethical purchases can often serve as a “panacea for middle-class guilt” – a status symbol, and means of reassuring oneself that even though the coffee industry as a whole is fraught with issues of child labor and deforestation, at least *I’m* not contributing to the problem.

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