SONEVA FUSHI, MALDIVES

Built in a UNESCO world biosphere reserve, these villas are known for an eco-friendly escape with education. Through their SLOW LIFE scheme, the resort has so far introduced fuel-efficient stoves, planted over 500,000 trees and has introduced positive impact projects to become carbon neutral. Soneva Fushi also teaches Maldivian children to swim, sparking environmental responsibility in a new generation.

Why we love them:

This hotel doesn’t import any single use plastics and upcycles the rest. A resident environmentalist continually monitors their impact, food is grown locally and the resort has two nature reserves where turtles can nest.

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