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  • n. Plural form of ecolodge.


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  • * Maybe four hours from the beautiful Ruta de Cafe and its green beyond green environment with interspersed coffee plantations and ecolodges and, if one alternatively heads toward the Lacandon Forest, impenetrable tropical forests of immense beauty.

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  • Lodging on this trip can be found at Ocosingo, Palenque (with some very nice hotels), near Bonampak (in modest but fun lodges run by the Lacandones), at ecolodges abutting the Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve, at the Hacienda Santa Maria (fabulous hacienda/hotel/museum with a fine outdoor restaurant and bar) near the Montebello Lakes, El Chiflon and Comitan.

    The Chicken Bus Always Stops Near Aguacatenango

  • In 2007, Hitesh Mehta left his full-time job as a successful landscape architect and environmental planner, embarking on a journey to scout and uncover the world's best ecolodges.

    Melissa Biggs Bradley: World's Best Ecolodges

  • In its pages, Mehta reveals the world's thirty-six most authentic ecolodges, based in expected -- and unexpected -- places, from Kenya, South Africa and Namibia to China, Chile and Indonesia.

    Melissa Biggs Bradley: World's Best Ecolodges

  • Mehta, who was raised in Kenya in an Indian family, is considered the foremost authority on ecolodges, which he defines as "low-impact, nature-based accommodations of five to seventy-five rooms that protect the surrounding environment; benefit the local community; and are designed, constructed and operated in an environmentally and socially sensitive manner."

    Melissa Biggs Bradley: World's Best Ecolodges

  • CI and other groups now focus on helping native groups develop and run their own ecotourism projects, like ecolodges in Bolivia and elevated "canopy walkways" in the jungles of Ghana, Indonesia and Brazil.

    Safaris And Sensitivity

  • The government there has granted concessions to six backcountry ecolodges, 11 heli-skiing and heli-hiking operators and scores of other naturalists billing themselves as ecotourists.

    Trouble In Paradise

  • After founding Rainforest Expeditions in 1989, they built a couple of successful ecolodges aimed mainly at European tourists, whose longer vacations gave them time to get to lodges deep in the jungle.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • Dakhla is home to a few ecolodges, and most organize safari trips into the desert.


  • Philip Hall is also ready to support the building of two ecolodges at Ebbaken: this could really increase the potential for

    10,000 Birds


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