In association with: Beyond Green
Beyond Green’s member hotels, resorts, lodges and itineraries span 18 countries, and work to safeguard the planet, protect regional culture and empower local communities
Beyond Green is committed to making travel a force for good. You can book your clients a trip to one of its breathtaking properties with complete confidence, as all members must pass a rigorous multi-day, on-site, third‑party inspection process. This ensures that they meet globally recognised sustainable tourism standards.
These sustainable hotels don’t compromise on quality either, so you can rest assured that your clients will be treated to the best possible stay. Here is a small sample of Beyond Green’s member hotels.
Aristi Mountain Resort, Greece
Tailor-made excursions showcase Aristi’s abundance of natural and cultural treasures. Guests can enjoy hikes, white-water rafting, birdwatching, canyoning and more in the scenic Zagori region.
The Ranch at Laguna Beach, California
At the convergence of canyon and sea, this sustainable, full-service luxury hotel embodies the Californian coastal scene. It boasts a nine‑hole golf course with a sustainable certification, a farm-to-table restaurant, a premier boutique spa and more, offering a perfect stay for surfers, hikers and explorers alike.
Hidden India, Mahavan, India
At this luxury glamping site nestled within the jungle of Kanha National Park, guests can view the native wildlife, including the majestic Bengal tiger. The site supports local communities of both people and tigers by donating to schools and rewilding land to create prime tiger habitats.
Three Camel Lodge, Mongolia
After horseback riding through the dramatic landscapes of the Gobi Desert, guests can spend time with a nomadic family, learning more about their way of life, sampling traditional milk tea, learning how to make dairy products and crafting with felt and ropes.
The Parkside Hotel & Spa, Victoria, British Columbia
There’s no better way to see the charm of downtown Victoria than on two wheels. Complimentary bikes allow guests to explore the historic trails of the native Songhees Nation. The hotel also prioritises local sourcing to minimise their carbon footprint and support the local economy.
Nile Safari Lodge, Uganda
On the banks of the River Nile, this eco‑lodge showcases unmatched views, and is an ideal location to spot African wildlife. The lodge is solely reliant on renewable energy and has eliminated plastic water bottles.
Bentwood Inn, Wyoming
The US state of Wyoming is home to magnificent animals, birds and wildlife of all kinds, and boasts untouched natural beauty. This bed and breakfast is just a short drive from downtown Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park, one of the region’s most impressive natural sites.
Find out more about Beyond Green’s properties: staybeyondgreen.com
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