Wilderness Safaris opens six hyper luxury eco-lodges in Rwanda, built in the middle of nature

BisateLodge-small.jpgDian Fossey has highlighted the emergency to protect the great apes in the Virunga mountains. The preservation of this threatened specie, which cannot live in captivity, has been the starting point of the project Bisate Lodge.

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Alila Resort reopens an iconic luxury eco hôtel overlooking the Pacific ocean in California

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Reopened end of 2017, the high-end sustainable hotel, which has adopted the Earth Check operating standards, lies on a 160 acres domain framed by the ocean and the forest.

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Iconic electric Art-car by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac

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After the 'Styled by Courrèges' limited edition, here comes the Art-car E-Mehari, relooked of all colours by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.

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Nomadic stand-alone light made of recycling material

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It is called luxciole, which is a mix of lux and luciole (firefly in French) and is aptly named: nomadic, stand-alone, cordless, rechargeable, adjustable and fully made of recycling aluminium.

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Opening of the Six Senses, sustainable luxury resort on Malolo island (Fiji)

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Date: April 14th, 2018
Event: Opening of the Six Senses Fiji

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Mandarin Oriental Bodrum: ultra-luxurious eco-responsible hotel in the nature, with two private beaches in Turkey

MO-Bodrum-small.jpgLocated on the North shore of the Bodrum peninsula, the Mandarin Oriental is facing the sea. Surrounded by a pine and olive tree forest(*) of 60ha, the resort has two private beaches.

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Courrèges electric iconic car, in a limited edition

e-mehari-small.jpgThe mythic Mehari, beach car originally manufactured in Africa, was created in 1968. Now it's time for the E-Mehari 'styled by Courrèges', the 100% electric convertible, developed through collaboration between Citroën and Courrèges.

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