Staying In Sustainable Eco-Lodge

Look for EarthCheck, Green Key, or Rainforest Alliance-certified hotels. These certificates show the resort meets environmental and social sustainability criteria.

1. Select Certified Eco-Lodges 

Select energy-efficient lodges. This could include solar or wind power, energy-efficient appliances, and energy-saving activities.

2. Energy Savings

Choose eco-lodges with low-flow faucets, rainwater harvesting, and water recycling.

3. Conserve Water

Lodges built sustainably use local and eco-friendly materials. This minimizes transportation emissions and boosts local economies.

4. Local Construction and Materials

Select lodges that engage in biodiversity conservation. This could include habitat preservation, replanting, or wildlife conservation.

5. Conservation of Biodiversity

Find hotels that recycle and reduce waste. Eco-lodges may recycle, reduce single-use plastics, and encourage waste reduction.

6. Recycling and Waste Reduction

Stay at lodges that help locals. This includes hiring locals, buying from local markets, and supporting local development. 

7. Support and Community Engagement

Eco-lodges may teach environmental and sustainable living skills. Take advantage of these opportunities to learn about the local ecosystem and lessen your ecological footprint.

8. Educational Programs

How will you get to the eco-lodge? Visit lodges accessible by eco-friendly transportation and explore walking, bicycling, or electric shuttles on-site.

9. Transportation Options

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