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Top 6 Most Sustainable Forest Stays In The World

We all have heard about the best resorts, spas, and restaurants across the globe. But is there any place for eco-conscious travelers? Fortunately, the answer is yes. A plethora of sustainable hotels worldwide exists where you can unwind amidst the lap of nature. These retreats use environment-friendly materials, which makes them different from other staycations in the world. Let us now check out the names of such sustainable forest stays, which will surely please the wanderlust inside you.

  1. The Hideout-Koh Yao Noi, Thailand
    The hideout is a popular retreat in Thailand that allows you to break away from this rushed world and bond with nature. The place can be accessed through a 30-minute boat ride from Phuket and is one of the best forest stays you will ever find. Encapsulated within an old cashew nut plantation, the place contains four tree houses crafted from eco-friendly materials. While the place’s ambiance is soul-stirring, travelers also get a chance to enjoy a pool of other amenities. Take a dip at the saltwater infinity pool or gorge on the delicious local produce. Either way, this electricity-free resort will help release all the stress from your mind and body.

  2. Bambu Indah – Bali
    When it comes to living with nature, Bali is one of the top choices of the masses. Bambu Indah is worth visiting if you love nature and its offerings. This hotel offers the best blend of luxury and off-land hotels. Visitors will open their eyes to the sound of fresh waterfalls and pure nature. You can explore several activities throughout the tropical jungle, from lazing in hammocks suspended over the river that grazes through the permaculture farm to washing local buffaloes. This place, without a doubt, is the wonderland where you will love to have a stay.

  3. The Kip – Sri Lanka
    It is an all-four-room B&B that used to be a former fisherman’s house. This place is the best example of returning to a more conscious lifestyle. Surrounded by the best beaches and jungles, there are countless activities, such as surfing in the morning right before you refuel at the famous café of Sri Lanka. The outstanding design and comfortable bedding will drift you to sleep to the soothing sound of the waves which crash on the shore. With all these and much more in its kitty, the Kip is waiting to offer visitors a heavenly experience.

  4. Bawah Reserve, Indonesia
    This forest reserve is loved by all travel enthusiasts thanks to its jaw-dropping construction. Located amidst a thick blanket of flora and fauna, the resort has gorgeous rooms that help visitors to relax in the best way possible. In addition, there are 36 suites, villas, and lodges, along with delicious dining options and spa treatments, making the place perfect for unwinding. The staycation is surrounded by pristine waters and coral reefs that offer travelers a plethora of outdoor adventures.

  5. Song Saa Private Island – Cambodia
    This place is the epitome of sustainable design that simultaneously offers an eco-friendly and luxurious gateway. Constructed from reclaimed materials and timbers from Cambodia, the design of this retreat is done by famous designer Melita Koulmandas Hunter. All villas are home to the up-cycled décor and repurposed furniture, with tables being made from driftwood. The food program in this place considers the environment as the resort teams up with the local fishermen who use sustainable fishing methods, whereas most vegetables are grown onsite.

  6. The Pig At Combe – United Kingdom
    Located near Devon’s south coast, the Pig at Combe practices sustainability in the most appropriate way. Showcasing upcycled furniture across the stay, the place is studded with LED lighting, which decreases energy consumption. Apart from this, the food menu is designed based on the ingredients sourced from the onsite kitchen gardens.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email