Destinations throughout Florida focus on sustainable travel during Earth Month and beyond. Check out the offerings from these hotels and restaurants.
These two properties are part of the Conscious Certified Hotels platform, demonstrating commitment to social, health and environmental consciousness. The Gabriel South Beach ensures zero single-use plastic on site. The Gabriel Miami offers electric vehicle charging stations and promotes the use of branded bicycles.
The resort offers plenty of outdoor activities from nature trails to kayaking. The walk- and bike-friendly resort’s offerings lie within close proximity, allowing guests to explore the property without use of a car.
Visit the resort’s Spa Lilliana, which only uses clean and sustainably made products. Guests of the hotel also have access to the amenities of Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort.
The secluded resort on Deerfield Beach invites guests to explore its eco-adventures, including sea turtle-nesting walks and bird watching.
The popular Asian fusion restaurant serves traditional Latin American cuisine with Pan-Asian dishes. The restaurant offers a private dinner cruise for diners, as hosted by Riverfront Gondola Tours’ electric-powered boats.
The microbrewery’s head brewer, a former biology teacher, works towards sustainable brewing practices. He sends spent grain to a local farmer to be used in feed for goats, cows and pigs.
There are beer trails, wine trails, music trails and history trails, but now Massachusetts is introducing its first lighthouse trail. The Massachusetts Lighthouse Trail launched last month and includes nearly two dozen different lighthouses all over the state's coastline, from Cape Ann to Nantucket.
Thinking about an autumnal adventure or Thanksgiving trip this year? Well, with lively cities, an extravaganza of festivals and the BEST Halloween celebrations around, the island of Ireland is calling! And if you need more reasons to Press the Green Button and go, these might just seal the deal …
Southern charm reaches a new level at Graduate Nashville. The hotel’s design takes inspiration from nearby Vanderbilt University, the city itself and the city’s music legacy.
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The Caribbean Food & Wine Festival makes its return to Turks & Caicos, Oct. 14–16, for the first time since 2019. Celebrity chefs, winemakers and more come together for three days of delicious cuisine and cocktails at Grace Bay Resort.