Datai Langkawi Pavilion Restaurant.
These unique eco-friendly lodges and resorts around the world offer total seclusion and immerse guests in a paradise filled with forests and wildlife.
Gaia Amazon EcoLodge, Ecuador
This country cottage for 20 guests has just plain rooms, cabins and living areas with views of the jungle, wildlife and the meandering waters of the Amazon. The ecological features and remote location deep within the cacao forest provide a real connection to the great millennium.
Fun activities here include rainforest walks, chocolate-making classes, and canoe tours on the Napo and Arajuno rivers.
Shinta Mani Wild – Bensley Collection, Cambodia
The 15 Shinta Mani Wild tents are all located on a river in South Cardamom National Park.
This luxury tented camp house in Cardamom South National Park is one of the few remaining habitats in Cambodia for herds of wild elephants, monkeys and other endemic species. An eco-friendly camp belonging to a private nature reserve in the vast wilderness. The seclusion of the camp and its duty to protect the area from hunting, logging and logging is what makes this place truly special.
Wilderness Safaris Bisate Lodge, Rwanda
Bisate Lodge is situated on a semicircular slope in the middle of the mountain offering panoramic views of the Volcanoes National Park. Apart from the superb setting, the resort also boasts its beautiful architecture: wooden, brick and round villas nestled in the forest, each with stunning views. The hotel facilitates daily trips to meet silver-backed gorillas and golden monkeys in their natural habitat and encourages guests to grow native plants in the park.
Mango Bay Resort, Vietnam
The sound of the waves crashing, the faint aroma of delicious grilled shrimp, the new moon in the sky, Mango Bay is truly a paradise of the senses, a place of peace that Mother Nature brings, silence into the hustle and bustle of life.
Located on Ong Lang beach, almost 10 km from Duong Dong city center, Phu Quoc, this resort features 44 rooms and villas. Rooms without television, air conditioning, telephone and using energy-saving devices towards an eco-friendly resort.
Aarunya Nature Resort & Spa, Sri Lanka
Courtesy of Aarunya Nature Resort & Spa
The name of this eco-friendly lodge refers to the Sanskrit word for “first ray of sunshine” and the name is not misplaced. Perched on a hilltop facing east, Aarunya offers views of the sun rising through the mist of the Knuckles Mountains, a UNESCO natural treasure shrouded in dense forest.
Pacuare Lodge, Costa Rica
This first bungalow resort in Costa Rica is completely immersed in a virgin rainforest. This place is recognized by NatGeo as one of the best eco-lodges in the world, located on the banks of the Pacuare river, in addition to providing complete facilities and organizing cultural exchanges between visitors, international and local communities, so that you have the opportunity to learn and explore the wild life of nature. rich.
Luxury villas in the jungle feature features such as outdoor showers and spring water pools; Jaguar Villa has its own bridge over the river, while the spectacular Canopy Villa – probably just the coolest hotel room in Costa Rica with its own suspension bridge and 360 degree views of the forest and river.
Islas Secas, Panama
The maximum number of guests you will meet at this eco-lodge on this private island is only 23 people. Located 20 miles off the Pacific coast of mainland Panama, the jungle-clad lodges are designed to connect space with wildlife.
Soneva Kiri, Thailand
Soneva Kiri is located on Thailand’s fourth largest but least populated island, Koh Kood, in the Gulf of Siam. Surrounded by lush and vibrant tropical vegetation and a white sandy beach fringed with palm trees, the resort has been tastefully and ingeniously designed to complement the landscape and blend into the landscape of extraordinary natural beauty. Soneva Kiri epitomizes Soneva’s concept of “smart luxury.”
Soneva Kiri Resort is surrounded by green new forest, has nearly 30 villas and 8 separate luxury villas spread across the jungle campus, from the beach to the cliffs.
Two things to do are ecologist-led waterfall hikes and dine at Soneva Kiri’s nest-like “treepod” restaurant soaring high in the rainforest, home to a waitress who delivers food and drink via a zip line.
Mandapa, Ritz-Carlton Nature Reserve, Indonesia
Nestled in the emerald forest of Ubud, Mandapa is one of the most luxurious (and beloved) resorts in the region. The layout is designed to resemble a traditional Balinese village and many of the features in this place are top of the line in Ubud. Two examples are the resort’s riverside restaurants Sawah Terrace and Kubu (where you sit in a beehive-shaped bamboo cocoon), both of which are among the best dining options in town.
Starting from 1,075 square feet, 60 suites and villas are large and luxurious. All feature 24-hour butler service and open spaces overlooking the rainforest, rice fields or the Ayung River. The villa upgrade gives you over 3,500 square feet of space, including a private Balinese garden, pool and outdoor shower.
Hotel Rio Celeste Hideaway, Costa Rica
Rio Celeste Hotel Hideout
The ravishing Rio Celeste Hideaway gets special attention for its proximity to the river of the same name in Tenorio Volcanoes National Park. Located in a remote corner of the province of Guanacaste, it’s the perfect base for a hike to discover rivers, hot springs and enormous waterfalls in a subtle blue.
Meghauli Lemongrass, A Taj Safari, Nepal
The first thought of Nepal is likely to be the climb above the dizzying heights. However, in the forest-covered foothills of the Himalayas, the subtropical lowlands are home to the one-horned rhinoceros, elephants, crocodiles and the majestic Bengal tiger.
This 30-room luxury lodge is located along a river in Chitwan National Park, whose rich animal life has made it a World Heritage Site. A safari visit led by naturalists to explore the surrounding forests, swamps and meadows is a must.