Eco is Chic

National Geographic Unique Lodges of the WorldWouldn’t it feel great to spend your holiday in some of the world’s most incredible places knowing they are doing their part to preserve and protect the planet? National Geographic Society Unique Lodges of the World has just announced its 24 founding members, a collection of boutique hotels in extraordinary places around the world selected for their commitment to sustainability, authenticity and excellence. From French Polynesia to South Africa, sustainability meets splendor at hotels and resorts where the standard is set for responsible travel. Stir your wanderlust with the complete list below!

The Brando, French Polynesia

The Brando, French Polynesia

The complete list of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World charter members are:

  • Fogo Island Inn, Canada
  • Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa
  • Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, Peru
  • Kapari Natural Resort, Greece
  • Kasbah du Toubkal, Morocco
  • Lapa Rios Eco Lodge, Costa Rica
  • Lizard Island, Australia
  • Longitude 131°, Australia
  • Mashpi Lodge, Ecuador
  • Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, Canada
  • Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica
  • Rosalie Bay Resort, Dominica
  • Rubondo Island Camp, Tanzania
  • Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge, South Africa
  • Sayari Camp, Tanzania
  • Southern Ocean Lodge, Australia
  • Sukau Rainforest Lodge, Malaysian Borneo
  • The Brando, French Polynesia
  • The Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana, United States
  • Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
  • Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa, Chile
  • Tierra Patagonia Hotel & Spa, Chile
  • Tswalu Kalahari, South Africa
  • Zhiwa Ling Hotel, Bhutan
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa

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