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Top 10 Eco-Tourism Destinations in North America

Save fossil fuel and money by traveling to environmentally responsible lodging closer to home. Plan your next vacation to one of these top 10 ecotourism destinations in North America!



Set amidst organic gardens, the Inn Serendipity in Browntown, Wisconsin, is a hundred-year-old farm house-turned-B&B powered by wind and solar energy. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Relax in the luxurious Kama Sutra Room at El Monte Sagrado, an adobe-style luxury resort at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains in Taos, New Mexico. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
El Monte Sagrado’s beautiful adobe-style buildings incorporated recycled fly ash in their construction. This adobe-style luxury resort in Taos, New Mexico, features globally themed suites or casitas that blend into the surroundings.
The Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge runs on non-polluting wind and hydro power. It is near Homer, Alaska, the 'bear viewing capital of the world.' Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Set amidst organic gardens, the Inn Serendipity in Browntown, Wisconsin, is a hundred-year-old farm house-turned-B&B powered by wind and solar energy. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Not far from Yellowstone, Papoose Creek Lodge offers horseback riding, fly fishing, hiking and cultural attractions. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
When you stay at Papoose Creek Lodge, enjoy lake fly fishing at Cliff Lake or test your skills on the blue ribbon waters of the nearby Madison, Henry's Fork, and Gallatin rivers. The cozy guest rooms are cleaned with eco-friendly cleaning products. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
The Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge runs on non-polluting wind and hydro power. It is near Homer, Alaska, the 'bear viewing capital of the world.'
Photo By Randi Iverson
One of the rooms at Sadie Cove Wilderness Lodge was created from a rescued sailboat. Visitors at Sadie Cove take a water taxi to this eco-resort's off-grid coastal cabins in Kachemak Bay State Park. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Photo By Randi Iverson
The Clayoquot Wilderness Resort in British Columbia offers luxurious lodgings in canvas tents fit for a king. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Photo By John Granen
Half Dome in winter is one of Yosemite's most spectacular views. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Photo Courtesy DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite
The famed Ahwahnee Lodge uses green cleaning products and has implemented water- and energy-saving programs. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Photo By Chris Falkenstein
Hop a float plane or boat to a romantic eco-friendly getaway at the Clayoquot Wilderness Resort in British Columbia—a summer-only resort powered by wind and solar energy. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Photo By Albert Normandin
Forest House Eco-Lodge is nestled in the Boreal Forest of Canada’s vast Precambrian shield—8 kilometers and 4 portages from the road. Enjoy home-cooked meals with produce fresh from the organic gardens. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Located on an island in northern Canada, Cree Village EcoLodge is deliciously remote— accessible by air, train or boat. Visitors participate in whale sighting, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, river trips and cultural tours. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Located on an island in northern Canada, Cree Village EcoLodge is deliciously remote— accessible by air, train or boat. Cree Village's lodge has furnishings and window blinds made of natural Ontario wood. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Ahhh...stretch out in a hammock with a favorite book and relax seaside at Danzante Eco-Resort, a remote eco-lodge perched on ten acres of volcanic hills overlooking the Sea of Cortez. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
El Monte Sagrado’s beautiful adobe-style buildings incorporated recycled fly ash in their construction. This adobe-style luxury resort in Taos, New Mexico, features globally themed suites or casitas that blend into the surroundings.
Located in volcanic hills in Baja California, Danzante Eco-Resort features mountains and canyons for hiking. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.
Hotelito Desconocido is built in the style of an old Mexican fishing village. Guests can participate in bird watching, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and mountain biking. Click on the link above the image to learn more about this and other ecotourism destinations in North America.











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