The Responsible Traveller

Environmentally, culturally & socially aware for a better world

Written by Lemongrass on 25th Oct 2018

The Future of Sustainability: Lanserhof Sylt.

*New – opening 2020*


Where: Lanserhof Sylt, situated on the Island of Sylt off the coast of Germany and often referred to as the Hamptons of the country due to its impressive natural landscape and temperate climate.

When: 2020   

The details:

For more information contact: Laura Smith or Fredrica Slater at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


Celebrating 10 years of sustainability at Azura Retreats


Where: The Azura Retreats portfolio includes three properties, Azura Benguerra Island, Azura Quilalea Private Island, Mozambique, and Azura Selous, in the heart of Tanzania’s largest game reserve, all with impressive sustainability initiatives. Plans for a fourth property on the horizon. 

When:  Open all year

Appeals to:

The details:

Rate: From $700 per person per night

For more information contact: Alana Fogarty and Alex Liste at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


Martinhal implements sustainability policies for a sustainable future


Where: Martinhal Family Hotels & Resorts, Portugal 

The details:

Rate: Rooms at Martinhal start from €180 per night 

For more information contact: Ellena Johnstone and Charlie Mottram at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


The Nautilus: A 400-point plan to ensure economic, socio-cultural and environmental sustainability in the Maldives

*New – opening January 2019*


Where: The Nautilus, a 26-house private island that is located in the Baa Atoll, Maldives

When: Opening January 2019

The details:

— A plastic free environment:

— Protecting marine-life:

— Purchasing policy:

— Commitment to local products:

— Renewable energy:

Rate: from US$1,967 for two sharing a Beach House with pool on bed and breakfast basis per night

For more information, please contact: Alana Fogarty and Tom Robins at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


ROBINSON go green in an effort to ‘Save The Maldives’


Where: ROBINSON Club Noonu, Maldives

The details:

“The topic of sustainability is of great importance to us here at ROBINSON Club Noonu. We actively seek to reduce waste for example in the reduction of plastic bottles using our own drinking water system, which fills the fresh mineral water directly into environmentally friendly glass bottles. The subject is not only part of our corporate philosophy but is also very close to my heart personally and my employees. This attitude is reflected in all areas: From the cultivation of herbs to the responsible preparation of the food we focus on a sustainable use of our resources.”

Rate: Prices start from £1,135 per person for a week, all-inclusive.

For more information contact: Alex Liste or Charlie Mottram at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


A big lake with a small carbon footprint: Earth, water, sky – how Lake Constance embodies sustainability


Where: Lake Constance, surrounded by Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and the Principality of Liechtenstein

The details:

Lake Constance is a destination which prides itself on its vast and varying landscape. The region is committed to protecting its most valuable asset by employing strategies that embrace sustainability. Here are some ways that Lake Constance is demonstrating its commitment:

— Earth:

— Water:

— Sky:

Getting there: fly London to Friedrichshafen from £178 per person with Lufthansa

For more information contact: Fredrica Slater and Carley Lee at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990


Lausanne, a gold standard, pioneering city for sustainable development


Where: Lausanne, Switzerland – on the shores of Lake Geneva

The details: 

Rate: Flights to Geneva start from £40 (short transfer to Lausanne)

For more information contact: Alex Liste or Charlie Mottram at Lemongrass Marketing


T: 01865 237 990 

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