As agri-tourism and “locavore” movements boom, Eastern Maui in the Hawaiian islands offers multiple temptations for tourists and locals alike.
A Hammock in the Palms: Bangaram Island is a model tropical island: white sand, turquoise lagoon, green coconut palm trees, coral reefs and thatched-roof cottages. And the it’s putting environmental concerns first.
The lush, tropical Jungle Bay Resort on the Caribbean island of Dominica offers a natural retreat of the highest order…
Traveling green through Wisconsin and Minnesota with stops at the starkly beautiful Apostle Islands, local farms and green bed and breakfasts.
Sleeping on a little boat, eating fresh acai and listening to locals is all part of the "community-based tourism" offered by Project Baggage in the Brazilian Amazon.
Carbon-neutral cruises by companies like Ecoventura offer a personal, planet-friendly view of the Galapagos Islands.
Bed & Breakfasts from Maine to California are touting their green features, from organic gardens and local menu ingredients, to compact fluorescent lights and solar power.
There are still many ways to immerse yourself in unspoiled beauty in Florida, and there are many people working hard to preserve what’s left of this lush paradise.