Sustainable Travel Tips for 2017 – Part 3
Here it is: the third and last part of the green annual calendar with sustainable travel tips for October until December.
October: Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba
November: CGH Earth Marari Beach
November rings in the dry period at the Southern India, hence it is a great travel month to experience the magic at Marari Beach Resort in Kochi, Kerala. The resort is inspired by the life of local fishermen. The characteristics of the local valley find their way into architecture and design of the 3 star resort. Marari Beach is a place for complete relaxation and idleness. Instead of watching TV (you will not find any at your room!) or visiting a beach party, you will experience the joy of being united with nature. Take a little hike through the Indian nature to discover the wild flora and fauna and watch the waves at an almost empty beach? Just leave the to do list at home and enjoy the freedom. And everything with the good conscience to give something back to nature, because Marari Beach supports sustainable tourism by taking care of initiatives like energy-efficient architecture, regional food, bio gas plant and water saving measurements.
December: Coco Bodu Hithi
A Christmas present for yourself? How about a stay at Coco Bodu Hithi to experience pure perfection. On a little tear-shaped island Maldives, the romantic resort generates a unique connection of luxury, privacy and authenticity. You will stay at noble villas, depending on your wishes with a beach view, a 360-degrees ocean view or hidden in the green garden of the island. Traditional local elements, such as hand-made palm thatched roofs, are combined with a modern architecture. In this dreamlike scenery, relaxation will come automatically. A visit at the Coco Spa for a traditional treatments according to natural healing method will make the deceleration complete. Coming from a stressful everyday life, you will dive into the colorful world of the ocean to meet Chloe, the house turtle at Coco Bodu Hithi. During a snorkeling, diving or fishing tour with Chitra Fumagalli, marine biologist at the resort, you will learn more about endangered coral reefs and animals. There is even the possibility to take part in sustainable projects, such as the Olive Ridley Project for the sea turtles.