Mexico knows the importance of being eco-friendly. Many hotels and resorts understand how vital it is to protect the environment, as does Travel is SWELL.
They provide a number of vacation packages all over the world, including to environmentally friendly destination. Consider these six sustainable resorts for your next getaway to Mexico.
Hotel Xcaret Mexico
Hotel Xcaret is pure Riviera Maya. It is the first in Mexico and the first in the Americas to receive the EarthCheck Certification in Planning and Design, meaning it met all the standards before, during and after construction. Hotel Xcaret is a nature-inspired resort that blends perfectly into Riviera Maya.
Hyatt Ziva Cancun
Hyatt Ziva Cancun is a family-friendly resort that made it’s own Sustainability Development Department to help compost food waste, recycle properly, conserve water and so much more. It’s also the first Hyatt property to become certified for their sustainable operations and management by Green Globe.
Sandos Caracol Eco Resort
This stunning gem is Travelife Gold certified, which means you can feel great about staying here because Sandos takes care of the environment. They take part in recycling, composting, conserving water, environmental education, organic gardening and so much more.
Royalton Riviera Cancun
Royalton Riviera Cancun has been doing its part to care for the environment since opening in 2014. Not only do they recycle and use solar energy, they also compost on site, which has kept tons and tons of waste out of local landfills. Because of all their hard work, they were awarded the Travelife Gold certification.
El Dorado Royale
This resort has a Rainforest Alliance Certified greenhouse farm that produces fourteen tons of vegetables per month. The Gourmet Inclusive experience means you’ll be dining extremely well. And the staff at El Dorado Royale all do their part to ensure the resort follows Global Sustainable Tourism Criteria.
Iberostar Playa Mita
Iberostar Playa Mita is a Green Globe Certified resort on the west coast of Mexico. They heat half their hot water via solar energy, and they have a Think Green program that ensures the property is all about sustainability. Be sure to join in for the International Coastal Cleanup and support their sea turtle conservation program as well.