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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Rediscovering and Prioritizing Traditional Foodways on Fogo Island, Newfoundland

Getting away from it all is Fogo Island’s speciality. An island off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada in the North Atlantic Ocean, Fogo Island is a place guided and dictated by nature. With seven seasons, the island shifts and changes depending on the time of year but what remains constant is its power to connect people with what is essential.

Climate Week New York 2022: Industry Disruption and Collaboration are Key Factors for the Sustainable Tourism Transition

Coalition-building, industry disruption and internal/external organizational alignment were among the top strategy topics discussed at the co-hosted Regenerative Travel and NeueHouse panel during this year’s New York Climate Week, presented by Finless Foods.

Introducing Our New Member Hotels in Egypt, Indonesia, Kenya and Tanzania

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.

Not Just For Backpackers: Why Bocas del Toro is a Destination For All the Family

Bocas del Toro, and the adventure-packed, nature-immersed Tranquilo Bay Eco Adventure Lodge are the perfect setting for enjoying multigenerational travel and will guarantee the forging of memories and unbridled enjoyment for every member of the family.

UN Ocean Conference 2022: How Blue Carbon Can Offer Critical Bridge Between Regenerative Tourism And Conservation Finance

In order to restore and regenerate our ocean, we must invest in ambitious and imaginative solutions that will have an immediate impact on climate change, pollution reduction, blue carbon, and ecosystem preservation.

How To Have Immersive Wildlife Encounters That Honor Both Creature and Habitat

In August 2019, a global cohort of scientists, philosophers, veterinarians, tourism operators and animal rights activists gathered in Sweden to discuss the ethics of animal tourism. The topics ranged from wildlife safaris to cat cafes, from cultural relativism to sustainable certifications, and culminated in an interdisciplinary collection of guidelines for industry reform.