Regenerative Travel Destinations: Where to Travel in 2021

By booking with Regenerative Travel and staying at a Regenerative Resort, rest assured that each property has committed to the highest levels of social and environmental impact and that your vacation will meet their values. 

While the world slowly begins to reopen to tourism in 2021, booking through a vetted travel company can help ensure the simplicity and safety of travel due to COVID-19. If you are looking for guidance on how to navigate new government and visa policies, testing requirements, quarantines and inter-country travel, by booking with Regenerative Travel, you will have access to a team of advisors work closely with travel partners to smoothly and safely plan your trip, while presenting accommodations you can feel good about. 

To give you a peace of mind, Regenerative Travel has partnered with Wanderwell to offer travel insurance, a Certified B Corporation that share common values in promoting sustainable and responsible travel. At least one percent of each guest’s insurance purchase price will be given to 1% for the Planet, a verified nonprofit supporting local organizations making a positive environmental impact.

Vacations Closer to Home with Regenerative Travel

If you are staying cautious and opt to stay a little closer to home in 2021, Regenerative Travel has destinations stateside that you can road trip to. Wide-open spaces and shorter flights will be a popular plan for many.

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The Ranch Malibu, a Regenerative Resort in California

The Ranch Malibu (California, USA)

Immersive health, weight loss and fitness programs are centered around daily hikes, guided exercise and locally sourced plant-based meals. The Ranch program and staff are dedicated to creating a safe, secure, and sacred place to allow for personal awareness and life transformation; physically, mentally, and spiritually. From celebrating nature’s bounty with a seasonal menu to marveling in its splendor each morning on daily hikes, their commitment to the earth can be seen throughout the program. Dedicated to preserving and protecting the planet, The Ranch incorporates sustainable practices into their company at every opportunity.

Rates start at $1,100 per night for a 7-day program. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about The Ranch Malibu.

Flat Creek Ranch, a Regenerative Resort in Jackson Hole

Flat Creek Ranch (Wyoming, USA)

Flat Creek Ranch is your own private wilderness tucked into the mountains of Wyoming just outside the world-famous Jackson Hole. The ranch is part of the Jackson Hole Land Trust ensuring that its heritage and special environment is preserved for generations to come. Conservation and respect for its surroundings remain steadfast and sharing it with others is why the ranch exists. Your days at the ranch will be filled with hiking in the mountains, horseback riding through the wilderness and fly fishing for native trout in the pristine waters. Unwind in the evening in the sauna or hot tub and watch the stars by the campfire. All the while, your nearest neighbor is ten miles away, and the hustle you left behind is a lifetime away.

All-inclusive rates start at $900 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Flat Creek Ranch.

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Hamanasi Resort, a Regenerative Resort in Belize

Hamanasi Resort (Tompkins, Belize)

Nestled between the lush Maya Mountains and the turquoise Caribbean Sea, Hamanasi is a special place from which you can explore the best of Belize both on- and offshore. A secluded, intimate boutique resort located on the beach south of Hopkins, Hamanasi sits on hundreds of feet of Caribbean Sea beachfront surrounded by tropical flora on the finest stretch of beach. Hamanasi believes that thoughtful eco-tourism can make a positive impact on the environment and our community. It aims to preserve its little slice of paradise for the enjoyment and education of future generations.

Rates begin at $399 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Hamanasi Resort.


Private Islands/Secluded Stays ​

Self-isolating on a private island has become a popular pastime of those who can afford it as we continue to create our own travel bubbles. Regenerative Travel can help you design your dream trip to our private island resorts.

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Chole Mjini Treehouse Lodge, a Regenerative Resort in Tanzania

Chole Mjini Treehouse Lodge (Mafia Island, Tanzania)

Set sail for its mangrove-lined shores, and as the first treehouses come into view, the last notions of the 21st century recede: no roads, no cars, no electricity… Just a star-filled sky, flickering candles, superb food, great company, and the timeless luxuries of space, immersion in nature, privacy, and utter peace. Chole Mjini was never meant to be a hotel, and it isn’t. It is a castaway fantasy, a jungle island retreat appealing to the person who appreciates a return to simple luxuries that reawaken the senses, rather than the predictable comforts of room service and air conditioning. With tide-dependent excursions planned every day, Chole Mjini offers more than just diving to enchant guests of all ages and inclinations.

Rates start at $210 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Chole Mjini.

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Blue Apple Beach, a Regenerative Resort in Colombia

Blue Apple Beach (Tierra Bomba Island, Colombia)

Kick off your shoes and find your happy place. The gorgeous Colombian-Caribbean beach takes center stage at the hotel, allowing you to rejuvenate by doing nothing at all, or seize the day with a scuba session or horseback riding. While Blue Apple Beach is an escape for guests, the hotel has not forgotten the needs of its local community. Blue Apple Beach is dedicated to improving the lives of the residents of Bocachica, a community on an undeveloped island, by hiring local staff members and by subsidizing English lessons and offering interest-free loans for staff members. 

Rates start at $136 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Blue Apple Beach.

Morgan’s Rock, a Regenerative Resort in Nicaragua

Morgan’s Rock (San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua)

On the sunny shores of San Juan del Sur, you can explore the 4,000 acres of Nicaraguan jungle that keep Morgan’s Rock a hidden gem. Dine on organic vegetables or sustainably-farmed shrimp at the resort’s restaurant, or visit the hacienda for yourself to see how it’s done. Between horseback riding, yoga, quests to see monkeys and sloths in the jungle, and plenty of lounging, you will soak in the true magic of Morgan’s Rock. Their passion for the land and all living things is apparent in everything from the sustainable building materials to the resort’s reforestation program on their private reserve in the jungle. You can lend a hand in their efforts, helping baby sea turtles make their way to the ocean at this chic jungle escape.

Rates start at $210 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Morgan’s Rock.


Family Holidays/ Multi-Generational Trips

With Covid-19 hindering international travel, many around the world may have not seen their family members in almost a year. As a result of this, seeing family could be a top priority once restrictions ease and booking trips for the whole family will be a priority.

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Tranquilo Bay, a Regenerative Resort in Panama

Tranquilo Bay (Bocas del Toro, Panama)

In the heart of the Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park sits Tranquilo Bay, an adventure eco-lodge with heart. Their wrap-around elevated porches provide eye-level views of the ocean, mangrove forest, and the rainforest. Choosing from island hopping to hiking, snorkeling to kayaking, and surfing to wildlife tours, there is something here for everyone. With abundant wildlife all around, expect to see sloths, a multitude of birds, spotted eagle rays, white-faced capuchins, rare tropical insects, iguanas and everyone’s favorite ocean dwellers – dolphins.

Rates start from $175 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Tranquilo Bay.

Somalisa Camp
Somalisa Camp, a Regenerative Resort in Zimbabwe

Somalisa Camp (Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe)

Deep in the heart of Hwange National Park, lions roam the savannah and elephants gather at the watering hole. Tucked away in the shade of an Acacia grove sits Somalisa, an intimate, seven-tent luxury safari camp from which you can explore the African bush the way our ancient ancestors did—with no schedule and the freedom to follow where your curiosity leads. Whether traversing the bush by foot, or watching giraffes graze from your private porch, Somalisa places you in the midst of Africa’s raw magic.

Rates start from $520 per night. Schedule a complimentary travel consultation with Regenerative Travel here to learn more about Somalisa Camp.


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