Everyone needs to take a break. Once in a while, we need to go to vacation where we can unwind and kick up our feet and do nothing but enjoy the world.
What a better way to spend your vacation than going to eco-friendly destinations? We don’t have to travel outside America to enjoy eco-tourism at its best. Unknown to many people, there are many eco-tourism destinations right in North America.
Read on to know about 10 of the best eco-tourism destinations in the contintent.
Inn Serendipity, Browntown, Wisconsin
This hundred-year-old farm house was turned into a bed and breakfast inn. The historic inn is completely powered by wind and solar energy. Enjoy the evolving 30-acre wildlife sanctuary at the comfort of rural cabins. This destination is ideal for families, small groups or couples looking for a private getaway in nature.
El Monte Sagrado, Taos, New Mexico
Famous for their Kama Sutra Suites, this luxurious resort is located at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The resort successfully harmonizes its natural surroundings with its amenities. Honeymooners and couples on a retreat can enjoy their living spa and eat at the resorts organic restaurant.
Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge, Kachemak Bay State Park, Alaska
Powered by wind and hydro power is listed as one of best green hotels in America by Forbes Traveler’s. The Lodge is built on a privately owned beach, it is considered as the “Bear Viewing Capital of the World.” Visitors can also enjoy Kenai Fjords National Park, Lake Clark National Park, and Katmai National Park because the Lodge is considered as the gateway town to these national parks. The Lodge is ideal for families who want to enjoy nature at its best.
Papoose Creek Lodge, Cameron, Montana
This upscale Lodge can only accommodate up to 16 guests at a time. Surrounded by the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area and built near the Madison River, the Papoose Creek Lodge is an eco-tourism paradise. Guests are pampered with the best facilities including the Lodge’s five-course gourmet dinner.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, British Columbia
The Resort offers guests a Canadian wilderness vacation. Guests stay at the resort’s great white tents and serve with the resort’s own five-star cuisine. Just as the guests step off their floating plane, they are treated with a glass of sparkling wine as the staffs and their dogs guide the guests to a soul restoring experience in the Canadian wilderness.
The Ahwahnee Hotel, Yosemite National Park, CA
Yosemite National Park’s 4-diamond hotel is noted for its magnificent façade and architecture. Guests are treated with the magnificent view of the Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and Glacier Point. Famed for being hosts of presidents and queens, the hotel offers a perfect balance of nature, history, hospitality and elegance.
Forest House Eco-Lodge, Boreal Forest, Canada
The Forest House houses guests in their log buildings surrounded by beautiful gardens. Guests can enjoy home-cooked meals made from fresh produce form the organic gardens. The Forest House aims to rejuvenate, relax guests while helping them re-connect with nature.
Danzante Eco-Resort, Baja California, Mexico
Located atop a volcanic outcrop overlooking a nature reserve, Danzante Eco-Resort is an exquisite small eco resort. Guests can enjoy the Parque Nacional Bahia de Loreto marine park which is located near the resort. Walking down a private beach, guests can enjoy snorkeling, whale-watching and swimming in the crystal blue waters.
Hotelito Deconocido, Jalisco, Mexico
Listed as nature reserve by UNESCO, Hotelito offers guests the chance to participate in bird watching, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and mountain biking. Hotelito has 27 luxurious private rooms where guests can relax at the comfort of nature.
Cree Village EcoLodge, Canada
The first Indigenous owned Eco Lodge, Cree Village EcoLodge was built and operated by the MoCreebec people. The Eco Lodge has 20 guests’ rooms. Guests can explore the James Bay sub-arctic region which is just a stone-throw away. A nature trail also lies close to the Eco Lodge. The lodge is designed for maximum comfort and minimal environmental impact.