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Samara Karoo: The Reserve on a Mission to Restore South Africa’s Semi-Desert Lands

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.

Meet the 10 Female Hoteliers Defining the Future of Regenerative Hospitality

empower women and redefine the future of hospitality. To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, Regenerative Travel has been catching up with ten of our member’s trailblazing female hoteliers working to empower women and define the future of hospitality.

Meet Our New Hotels in Botswana, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, South Africa, USA, & Zimbabwe

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.

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How to Combine Travel and Philanthropy, a Lesson From Jamaica

Committed to responsible travel since its opening in 1994, the boutique Rockhouse Hotel sits on Jamaica’s glistening Negril coast. It’s perched atop cliffs overlooking the aptly-named Pristine Cove, the same cliffs enjoyed by Bob Marley and The Rolling Stones in the 70s.

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.

Looking Back on 2022 with Regenerative Travel

Condé Nast Traveler – Bright Ideas in Travel 2022

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.

Watch Film: Regenerative Retreat – Egypt 2022

As world leaders converged on the Red Sea resort to discuss increasingly dire natural disasters, the war in Ukraine, climate reparations, and how best to accelerate the transition to net zero, we united the next generation of climate leaders to collaborate and regenerate ⁠at our first Regenerative Retreat.