What is a better destination than a rainforest resort when thinking about your next vacation? This type of destination is the perfect spot for adventure enthusiasts, where you can spend time with exotic animals and spend your afternoons on outdoor adventures. So whether you plan to explore the lush landscapes in Central America or Asia, don’t miss out on these hotels in the jungle for your next vacation.
Daintree Ecolodge, Australia
The Daintree Ecolodge rainforest resort is located inside the Daintree Rainforest and offers sustainable and luxurious comfort from a stunning location. You can reach the ecolodge in a one and a half hour drive from Cairns, Australia. As the only boutique accommodation in the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest, this location boasts 15 eco-friendly bayans. Here, the sounds of birds from the trees above will wake you up. This hotel is the perfect escape from the business of daily life and provides the ideal location to rejuvenate your body in a beautiful place.
The location includes a spa, restaurant, and experiences such as rainforest walks, picnic hampers, river cruises, cultural adventures, snorkeling, horse riding, helicopter flights, and more.
Their focus on sustainability is fantastic, with a plan to recycle all materials, solar panels throughout the resort, and 100% water recycling, in addition to other measures. The hotel is an Ecotourism Australia Eco-Certified Advanced Ecotourism Property and Climate Action Business.
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Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge, Nicaragua
Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge is a jungle vacation located on 4,000 acres in Nicaragua. Nearly half of this rainforest resort is situated on a private protected reserve. The ecolodge is about thirty minutes from San Juan del Sur. Here you’ll find 15 bungalows and three villas constructed of natural materials and carefully placed in the jungle. In each one, you’ll find a king bed and nearby plunge pools that offer a relaxing addition to your stay. In addition, the grounds contain a suspension bridge connecting the park and a private beach sanctuary.
While staying at Morgan’s Rock Ecolodge, you can participate in experiences such as breakfast at the farm, organic farming, a hacienda experience, a hill hike, or a monkey and sloth quest. In addition, on the hotel grounds, you can see nesting and hatching sea turtles and other animals that call the jungle home.
This park focuses on sustainability through solar panels and recycling water, and they built the entire lodge using sustainable wood. The hotel has won several certificates of excellence and won World Travel Award’s Mexico & Central America’s Leading Green Hotel 2011.
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Mango Bay Resort, Vietnam
Mango Bay Resort is located on the island of Phú Quốc, once known as a remote jungle but now known as a tourist hot spot. The easiest way to reach the island is via plane, and the resort is a thirty minute drive from the airport. At this hotel, you can have the best of both worlds by feeling like you are deep in the jungle while being steps away from the beachfront. Mango Bay features more than 24 acres of land with a cocktail bar, restaurants, and a spa for guests to enjoy.
Sustainability efforts at this hotel in the jungle range from solar power to minimal electricity usage, water conservation, recycling, land conservation, and community investment. In addition, Mango Bay works with Wildlife At Risk to help conserve biodiversity in Vietnam. Activities nearby include yoga, cooking classes, beach activities, kids’ activities, and relaxation.
Mango Bay Resort has won several awards from booking sites like Kayak, Agoda, and TripAdvisor for being the travelers choice for sustainable travel.
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There are many hotels in the jungle to choose from for your next vacation! These options provide eco-friendly stays in locations that will allow you to experience the native plants and animals. You can’t go wrong with any of the rainforest resorts on our list.
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