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50 Amazing Green Travel Destinations

I love traveling and I’ve been to a lot of cool eco-minded places. Of course I haven’t gotten to go everywhere I want to. I’m always seeing or hearing about new places that look so amazing, and so I usually add them to my mental list of “MUST someday visit” places.

That said, in case you’re looking for a green trip idea, or just somewhere eco-friendly to visit, I decided to compile a list – places I’ve been and places I’d love to visit. As I post about them, I’ll link them here. Eventually we’ll look at each place individually. Some places may seem vague and not a ‘green’ trip exactly at first glance (i.e. Portland, Oregon) but trust me, if it’s on the list, I’ve got my reasons, and will post on it eventually.

IF you’ve got a great idea about a green destination or an eco-trip idea that I missed, feel free to add it in the comments.

50 Amazing Green Travel Destinations & Eco-Trips (in alphabetical order)…

  1. Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure
  2. Berkeley, California
  3. Big Tent Festival in Scotland
  4. Black Sheep Inn in Ecuador
  5. Blue Mountains, Australia
  6. Blueberry Hill Inn, Vermont
  7. BikeHike Adventures – various locations
  8. Boulder Mountain Lodge, Utah
  9. Chicago, Illinois
  10. Chumbe Island Coral Park, Zanzibar/Tanzania
  11. Clayoquot Wilderness Resort – Tofino, British Columbia
  12. Costa Rica – although there are some issues with traveling here if you want to keep it green.
  13. The Cottages at Spring House Farm in North Carolina
  14. Daintree Eco Lodge and Spa, Australia
  15. Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado
  16. El Monte Sagrado in Taos, New Mexico
  17. Gaia Napa Valley Hotel and Spa – American Canyon, CA
  18. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  19. Great Huts, Jamaica
  20. Green Tortoise Adventures – various locations
  21. Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa
  22. The Highland Center, New England
  23. Humboldt County
  24. Inkaterra Machu Picchu Hotel, Peru
  25. IslandWood at Bainbridge Island
  26. Italy (I know, vague and big, but later we’ll get into the green details)
  27. Keveral Farm Looe, Cornwall
  28. King Pacific Lodge in Northern British Columbia
  29. Kolarbyn – just outside the village of Skinnskatteber, Sweden
  30. Le Camp, France
  31. Little St. Simons Island, Georgia
  32. Maho Bay Camps on St. John
  33. Marigot, Dominica
  34. Napa Valley
  35. Nihiwatu, Indonesia
  36. Portland, Oregon
  37. Post Ranch Inn – Big Sur, California
  38. Red Lodge, Montana
  39. Reykjavik, Iceland
  40. Sacha Lodge, Ecuador
  41. Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge in Homer, Alaska
  42. San Diego, California
  43. San Francisco, California
  44. Seattle, Washington
  45. SolFest in Hopland, California
  46. Torres del Paine National Park, Chile
  47. The Uno Lodge in Copper Canyon, Mexico
  48. Venus Albir, Costa Blanca, Spain
  49. Virgin Cove Resort on the island of Upolu in Samoa
  50. Wrangell-St. Elias national park, Alaska

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