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Regenerative Travel Marketplace includes new hotels in India, Aruba, Morocco, USA and Costa Rica

  • Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, Aruba
  • Camp Denali, USA

Regenerative Travel has evolved into a consortium that brings together all stakeholders in travel, including hotels, travel agents, DMCs, and tour operators.

NEW YORK – Regenerative Travel, a vetted marketplace of travel companies dedicated to regenerative hospitality is delighted to announce the expansion of our hotel community and warmly welcome our new partners into our ecosystem. These exceptional properties have joined us on the journey of regeneration, serving as outstanding leaders in their destinations.

Regenerative Travel has evolved into a consortium that brings together all stakeholders in travel, including hotels, travel agents, DMCs, and tour operators. By fostering collaboration and synergy among these key players, Regenerative Travel is driving positive change in the industry.

“We are delighted to welcome our new partners into our ecosystem,” said Amanda Ho, Co-Founder and CEO of Regenerative Travel. “These exceptional properties have joined us on the journey of regeneration, serving as outstanding leaders in their destinations. Together, we are shaping a regenerative future for the hospitality industry.”

The expansion of the hotel community signifies a significant step forward in creating a regenerative tourism industry. These new partners exemplify the core values and principles of Regenerative Travel, offering immersive experiences that respect and benefit local communities, ecosystems, and cultures.

1. Woods at Sassan – Gujarat, India
Escape to Woods At Sasan, a secluded Indian forest retreat where holistic wellbeing inspired from Eastern philosophies takes centre-stage. This biophilia steeped retreat offers a nature immersive stay with independent living spaces and private gardens in a lush mango orchard. Experience regional and international cuisine, a rich tapestry of local culture, and bespoke Ayurveda, sound healing, reiki, tai-chi, yoga and meditation in this quiet sanctuary for relaxation and joy. Woods At Sasan honours and celebrates the natural world, the local communities and the unique wildlife that calls this part of the world home.

Regenerative Impact: Woods At Sasan prioritizes sustainability through biophilic design practices, a menu inspired by locally sourced and seasonal produce, community improving initiatives, and plastic-free practices. They are committed to sharing knowledge of permaculture and composting with guests, encouraging local farmers to switch to organic farming practices, improving local literacy through a mobile library and encouraging community driven tree-planting initiatives.

2. Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort – Eagle Beach, Aruba
Tranquility awaits at Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort Aruba, an intimate island retreat on the pristine shores of Eagle Beach. Celebrating community harmony, this responsible luxury resort offers diverse activities, wellness retreats, and immersive adventures, while pioneering sustainable tourism and environmental stewardship for over three decades. Bucuti & Tara is a testament to how luxury travel and sustainability can find balance and harmony through regenerative practices.

Regenerative Impact: Committed to combating climate change, the resort aims to go beyond its Carbon Neutral status by becoming carbon negative through reforestation efforts within the preserve. Bucuti & Tara actively engages with the community through initiatives like spay and neuter clinics and Pack for a Purpose, supporting abandoned pets and children in need.

3. Kasbah du Toubkal – Imlil, Morocco
Escape to the serene High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Kasbah du Toubkal, a sanctuary honoring Berber culture, offers rustic rooms, outdoor adventures, and a chance to reconnect with nature. Experience thoughtful hospitality and appreciate the historic wonders of Toubkal National Park. The Kasbah du Toubkal strives to preserve and honor the landscapes and culture of its local Berber community.

Regenerative Impact: Kasbah du Toubkal supports the Education For All charity, constructing boarding houses for girls in the local area. The guest house prioritizes sustainable employment for local Berber guides and supports Berber women in showcasing and selling their traditional foods. The majority of staff members live nearby, minimizing the need to seek employment elsewhere.

4. Camp Denali – Denali National Park, USA
Experience the Alaskan wilderness at Camp Denali, nestled in Denali National Park. With a mission rooted in stewardship and community, guests can embark on backcountry treks, engage in educational programs, and savor responsibly sourced meals. Discover the beauty of Denali while embracing sustainability and regenerative practices. Camp Denali honors the legacy of its founders by exploring the human-nature relationship that embodies the essence of Alaska.

Regenerative Impact: Camp Denali is dedicated to clean energy, utilizing a 90-kilowatt solar array for 90% of its electrical needs and implementing LED bulbs powered by rechargeable batteries. Guests gain insight into their sustainable practices and take home knowledge of solar power, composting, and local food production. The lodge supports environmental organizations and prioritizes in-state sourcing, serving Alaska-grown meat, poultry, and seafood, while their on-site greenhouse supplies fresh produce, reducing transportation needs.

5. Hotel Aguas Claras – Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica
Located on the pristine shores of a secluded beach in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, Hotel Aguas Claras promises travelers an unforgettable escape into nature’s tranquility and indulgent comfort. With its stunning repurposed architecture, lush tropical gardens, and exceptional service, Aguas Claras embodies the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure.

Regenerative Impact: Aguas Claras prioritizes staff development and career growth, while also addressing limited healthcare access. They actively support conservation and responsible tourism practices, engage with local businesses, and collaborate with the community through various initiatives in addition to supporting the local school by maintaining infrastructure and providing internships to inspire careers in hospitality.

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