By- Lifestyle Food
The world’s smallest continent and basically the inhabitable southern hemisphere of the earth is known to celebrate Christmas in summers. However, there’s more to discover. This continent with distinctive geography has developed a unique climate and there are many natural troves that have always attracted guests from every corner of the globe.
Few know that Australia had been one of the pioneers of eco-ethical tourism and here we’re enlisting some of the “green-tourist destinations” where the guests can celebrate nature and Australian hospitality without being guilty of ruining the ecology and serenity of the tourist spots. Time to explore Australia, mate!
Kingfisher Bay Resort!
A leader in Australian ecotourism, Kingfisher Bay Resort Fraser Island is a World Heritage site and is credited as a ‘Green Travel Leader’ from Ecotourism Australia.
The architectural design allows for minimal power requirements and rooms are nestled throughout the native wallum ecosystem and buildings sit below the tree line. The resort practices recycling/waste management refrains from plastic and uses green machines for adventure activities. Kingfisher Bay resort is your best bet to celebrate an eco-ethical retreat.
A rare treasure of rainforest which Mother Nature has reared for 135 million years [yes, you read it right] offers its guests a rarest of rare rejuvenating retreat. The guests stay at treehouses, with unusual luxuries like- a private waterfall, a prepossessing view of a lagoon, pearl white beaches, breath-taking coral reefs and plenty of solaces.
The guests relish all these riches without disturbing the oldest tropical lowland rainforest on Earth while enjoying organic food and purest water on the planet.
Longitude 131°, the luxury desert basecamp at Uluru-Kata Tjuta which is redefining “luxury and leisure”, offers an outstanding and insightful excursion into the native and raw Australia.
A touch of the nativity is everywhere, be it cuisine, architecture, interiors, or safaris. An ideal escape for “barefoot luxury” seekers, this is a complete cocktail of luxury, nature, wilderness, nativity, ecotourism, and self-lives.
The resort is founded by a passionate environmentalist Robert Prettejohn, he has been trying everything to make his retreat totally plastic-free. The resort has already stopped using any form of single-use plastic and encourages its guests to enjoy nature and her serenity without contaminating it with impurities.
The retreat won’t just rejuvenate your body but will help you change your perspective towards environmental consciousness.