From open-air tropical bungalows to luxe tree houses, let these idyllic hideaways decrease your carbon footprint as they expand your horizons
Stay in roomy safari tents nestled in Australia’s western dunes. This resort borders a national park and offers from-the-beach access to coral reefs teeming with tropical fish.
Eco cred: Ningaloo has the bases covered with solar power and composting toilets. About 780 miles north of Perth, the retreat is free from light pollution, meaning great stargazing.
Insider’s tip: Swim with whale sharks, which migrate through the area from April to June. Sounds scary, but they’re harmless to humans.