There are no phones (or any other electrical devices), but ordering a morning snackis as easy as raising a red flag from inside the room.
In Swahili, the name means "slowly, slowly," as if anyone needed a reminder of how to swing a hammock in this sumptuous hideaway on the Indian Ocean.
FACTOR Fireþies and tiki torches illuminate the paths to candlelit cabanas on stilts over a lagoon.
Whether you are wanting to watch the newest version with your sweetie, or pull out the classic originals, we have a date night for you! All of the printables for this date night were created by the talented Leslie from Nina Bean Designs. I mean – just look at the Ghost Trap Snack Box later on. And if you think that is cool, you should check out her Etsy shop. Start by inviting your spouse with this classic Ghostbuster logo invitation!
The ghost can be cut out and placed inside the red “no” symbol.
Others can't seem to do enough to serve the three-tiered mission of responsible tourism: positive impact on the environment, on the local culture, and on the traveler.
The great joy of treading lightly, even as I shoo scorpions in Belize, clink across glaciers in Canada, and brave puddle jumpers through the Australian outback, comes from eschewing the conveniences we usually take for granted only to discover how rich life can be without them. No two eco-hotels are exactly alike, and of the hundreds around the world, the following 25 stand apart not only because they engage in responsible tourism, but also because they merit distinction in one of four categories.
Although the 38 casitas have satellite TV and overstuffed couches, the (mostly) solar-powered sanctuary hints at the future of sustainable travel.