National Geographic enters hotel business with unique lodges collection

(SKIFT) The National Geographic Society is launching National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, a curated collection of 24 boutique hotel properties on six continents. The two dozen invited hotels meet a criteria that takes into account sustainability, guest experience, and the quality of the property. The portfolio includes properties such as Fogo Island Inn in Newfoundland, Canada, Grootbos Private Nature Reserve in South Africa, and The Ranch at Rock Creek in Montana. Hotels at launch were visited by representatives of National Geographic, and also met a criteria determined by the brand’s sustainable tourism expert Costas Christ.

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Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smith
Jeremy Smith is the editor and co-founder of Travindy. He is a writer and communications consultant working for a more responsible and sustainable tourism industry. He is the author of two books, writes a fortnightly blog on responsible tourism for World Travel Market, and provides consultancy to a wide range of companies and organisations, ranging from National Parks to individual hotels and tour operators.

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