Top 5 Eco Resorts in North America

Eco resorts have been a growing trend over recent years.  Ranging from very luxurious to very primitive but they all have a valuable incite into how to live while leaving less of an impact on the environment.

El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa – Taos, New Mexico
This luxury eco-resort has an unbelievable design to promote its environmental goals. The building is made with recycled materials and has an ecosystem that uses plants, fish and other organisms to clean the water so it can be reused. They also use rainwater collection, recycling and composting.

Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge – Homer, Alaska
Stay amongst the elks in these handmade, off the grid cabins. Having a philosophy of “leave no trace” and these cabins are powered with wind and hydroelectric power from a stream.

Cree Village Ecolodge – Moose Factory Island, Ontario
You can access the island this ecolodge sits on by boat, plane or train. This 20 room lodge has organic carpets and bedding, linens, and pillows; organic herb garden, composting and it’s equipped for wind and solar power.

Forest House Eco-Lodge – Air Ronge, Saskatchewan
The log cabins in the Saskatchewan wilderness are more off the grid and less luxury. These three cabins are heated by wood stoves and powered by solar panels with back up generators.

Danzante Eco-Resort – Baja California Sur
This adobe, solar powered, eco-lodge sits atop volcanic hills overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Eat food from the organic garden, go horseback riding and learn about the areas animals and medicinal herbs.

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