Eco-friendly luxury on water, on a desert, or in the forest? We’ve got our top picks for you in celebration of Earth Day

In celebration of our dear mother nature, this #KRAVESCAPE we would like to raise awareness of the many incredible eco-friendly hotels that go above and beyond to be as sustainable as they are today. If you could luxuriously sit back and relax without hurting our dear Earth, then why not?

Here’s our top three picks for eco lodgin’ this 2018.

Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives, Asia

Location: Rangali Island 20077, Maldives, Asia

For those who feel that they were mermaids (or mermen) in their past life, take to the Indian Ocean for the stunning Conrad Madlives Rangali Island; a luxury resort that’s dedicated to preserving its pristine paradise with regular underwater cleaning that boasts its very own Green Team.

Walk the illuminated bridge at sunset, and you just might find yourself in that magical moment where you can see stingrays swimming underneath you in the crystal blue waters. Get up and closer with the ocean by snorkeling at the nearby reefs, and you’ll never want to leave.


Sanctuary Makanyane Safari Lodge, South Africa, Africa

Location: Krokodildrift 87KP, Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa

For the desert dwellers who has not yet had enough of the dryland-life this month, the elegant Sanctuary Makanyane Safari Lodge in South Africa might be the place to be. Be offered the options to sleep under the stars or retreat to sustainably-designed suites made up of local materials.


Whether if its elephants, lions, leopards or other safari animals that you desire to meet, you can do so in all exquisite rustic style in any of the eight glass-fronted suites tucked away in the green woodlands, each overlooking the Marico River with open-fronted lounges and private sundecks!


Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, Peru, South America

And what about the forest? Those rain-forest fairies who prefer the lushness of the Amazon greenery may prefer the luxury that awaits them at the Inkaterra Reserva Amazonica, who have supported 20+ years of eco-tourism with Peruvian flora and fauna conservation.

Location: Madre de Dios, Tamnopata National Reserve, Peru

Feel the thrill of walking on suspended bridges amongst the trees standing in such great heights and enjoy the quarter-mile journey across the hanging bridges that take you above the Amazonian rainforest. Down on land, why not relax with massages at sunset?

And that, ladies and gentlemen are our top three current faves. What’s yours?

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