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Bee + Hive Offers Boaters Sustainable, Earth-Friendly Travel And Adventure

Published: Thursday, August 15, 2019

Coupling luxurious travel with a love for the planet can be challenging to say the least. Bee + Hive makes sustainable exploration possible and simple, acting as an association of hotels, parks, and restaurants that are committed to ecological, socio-economic, and cultural sustainability. These travel resources promote preserving the ecosystem, helping the socio-economic state of local communities, and protecting world cultures. Bee + Hive helps them reach ambitious and environmentally-conscious tourists, raising the presence of sustainable exploration.

For boaters, Bee + Hive offers opportunities to stay on the water and to explore it in various ways. Coastal sites, like Bananal Farm in Rio De Janeiro, allow travelers to venture into gorgeous oceans, fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves, and breath in the fresh sea air — all in a sustainable way. Wherever travelers choose, Bee + Hive can direct them to fulfilling and galvanizing adventures. A central piece of Bee + Hive’s mission is to inspire people and expand their horizons; the programs which they promote reflect this. Through the association, sailers ready to try new things and dive into nature can find environmentally-friendly and culturally-sustainable programs. There are active opportunities, like kayaking on beautiful bays or tackling various water sports, which benefit the local economy and operate conscious of the surrounding ecosystem. For an experience focused on sailing, several locations offer boats and peerless scenery to explore. Availability includes St. Simons Island off the coast of Georgia and Nay Palad Hideaway in the Philippines. With the resources of Bee + Hive, travelers can bring their passion for boating on their trips without abandoning care for the environment and with the ability to benefit local communities.

Both water-side lodging and sailing experiences can be planned using Bee + Hive’s new booking platform. On the site, users can search for sustainable experiences to integrate into their trips as well as find location and hotel options. The options stay true to Bee + Hive’s values, refined to be beneficial both to the outside world and the traveler’s inner self.

Plan your next environmentally-conscious adventure at www.beeplushive.com.

 

This article first appeared in the Summer Issue (Jul/Aug) 2019 of Great Lakes Scuttlebutt magazine.


tags: Environmental Impact, Travel, Beyond the Lakes

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