The Princess Bora Lodge and Spa in Madagascar has recently been reviewed by the Telegraphs’s Nigel Richardson. Calling the unique hotel:
“An Indian Ocean hideaway off the east coast of Madagascar, that combines the simplicity of the South Pacific with the barefoot chic of a boutique Caribbean hotel.”
One of the best features about the Princess Bora Lodge is watching the humpback whales in the Indian Ocean whilst relaxing on an authentic tropical island. “Informal, sun-soaked, discreet: the smallish infinity pool lies above the white-sand beach, parallel to the ocean. Wooden boardwalks thread between tropical gardens and neat bamboo hedging to link the guest villas to the spa and beachfront bar and restaurant.”
With an overall rating of 8/10 by the Telegraph and with an average rating of 4.5 / 5 on Trip Advisor, the Princess Bora Lodge is certainly a place to consider visiting on a trip to Madagascar. Why not take a look at our gallery of pictures before reading Nigel Richardson’s review in the travel section of the Telegraph website.
Tico Times, a Costa Rican online newspaper has recently reported that Costa Rica has been ranked the 5th greenest country against climate change. The study conducted by the universities of Yale and Columbia noted that Costa Rica is the only country in the top 10 which is outside of Europe that features in the rankings. In addition according to the United Nations Environment Programme, Costa Rica is on track to become fully Carbon Neutral by 2021 which is a fantastic goal.
Worldwide Holidays are pleased to offer many environmentally friendly options in Costa Rica including some of the best eco-hotels including the Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge, a 165-acre private preserve located within the Golfo Dulce and Pacuare Lodge, one of Costa Rica’s premier eco-lodges and ideally located for river rafting, canopy tours and hikes in the rainforest.