As travellers, we are conscious about how our presence impacts the places that we visit.
We choose to have a more positive impact as we move through the world and interact with people and nature by respecting local cultures, supporting local communities and caring for the environment.
We prefer ‘homes away from home’ that promote authentic local experiences, create joy around being healthy and provide a high standard of comfort, nurturing and wellbeing in a sustainable way.
Soneva Kiri, 110 moo 4, Ko Kut, Trat, Thailand
Reto Guntli is visual marketing specialist and a well-known hotel & lifestyle photographer based in Switzerland. He works for hotels worldwide and has produced more than 50 lifestyle books (Taschen and Assouline) worldwide.
Being airlifted into the trees to have breakfast at the Treepod
The Eco Den is a very inspiring rattan and bamboo structure for kids to play and learn all about protecting the planet. Adults invited.
The hill villas have spectacular views over lush vegetation and the sea.
On the last night of my stay, the staff lovingly arranged flowers and petals for farewell wishes.
This festive season, and whenever you travel, choose a different way to give.
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