Regenerative Resorts is excited to introduce four new luxury hotels, including its first-ever Scottish and Alaskan properties.
We’re proud to welcome the latest additions to the Regenerative Resorts collection: Alladale Wilderness Reserve in Scotland, Chaa Creek in Belize, and Tutka Bay Lodge & Winterlake Lodge in Alaska. Carefully chosen for their inspiring dedication to the highest levels of social and environmental impact, these four join an exceptional and growing list of independent eco-luxury resorts. Initiatives from the new members range from an unwavering commitment to rewilding the Scottish Highlands to the founding of the Belize Foundation for Conservation.
Great swathes of wilderness and freedom beckon at Alladale Wilderness Reserve, home to 23,000 acres of natural beauty. A selection of secluded luxury lodges provides the perfect base from which to explore the rugged landscape of the Scottish Highlands, both dramatic and serene, invigorating yet deeply grounding. Looking to showcase their commitments to the land and locals, Alladale Wilderness Reserve offers guest experiences that range from guided safaris and foraging to whiskey tasting, imbuing every guest with the Highland spirit of connectedness. With awards and industry recognition flooding in, there’s no other luxury vacation that meets guest values quite like Alladale Wilderness Reserve.
Founded on a collaborative relationship with the local community, Mick and Lucy Fleming’s Chaa Creek journey saw them transform a fledgling farm with no road access into a pristine, 400-acre private nature reserve boasting a selection of secluded eco-luxury villas, suites, and cottages. Alongside the accommodation are a butterfly farm, natural history center, extensive trails for hiking, horse-riding, birdwatching, and a Maya Organic Farm all nestled along the Macal River that meanders through western Belize. Chaa Creek continues to enchant guests with an authentic experience of wilderness made effortlessly luxurious by the property’s tropical charm.
Owned and operated by Alaskan natives Kirsten and Carl Dixon, Within the Wild operates two highly regarded adventure lodges. Witness unrivalled natural beauty at Tutka Bay Lodge, nestled inside a private cove along a nine-mile ancient glacial fjord and sitting close to the wilderness of Kachemak Bay State Park. Tutka Bay Lodge has been an adventure hub since it opened doors in 2009; guests can spot whales and otters while sea-kayaking in the Pacific Ocean or even fly by Cessna 206 to a remote beach location and watch coastal brown bears graze along the shoreline. Relaxing has never been so naturally luxurious with daily wine and beer tastings, private cabins handcrafted with knotty pine, and inspiring, locally sourced cuisine.
Deep in the heart of Alaska’s wild interior and one of the few Alaskan fly-in lodges open nearly all year, Winterlake Lodge offers visitors the rare opportunity to experience America’s last frontier in all its awe-inspiring wonder. Here, guests can look forward to adventurous bucket-list thrills, from glacier trekking to snowshoeing in the dramatic Tordrillo Mountains and Rainy Pass. Take flight in a helicopter to the high glacier camp where the sled dog family spends summer, while early March allows guests to catch the Iditarod Sled Dog Race on one of their stops. Private cabins are the ultimate cozy base for Alaskan exploration, helping guests unwind with the likes of a hot tub and sauna plus locally sourced artisanal food like no other.
Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about our new hotels and to begin planning your next vacation with our travel design team.