Regenerative Hospitality

Regenerative Hospitality serves local communities and nature first.

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What is Regenerative Hospitality?

Regenerative hospitality is a catalyst for local economic and social development. It accompanies the restoration of cultural heritage and enables the regeneration of nature around places of hospitality.

Global tourism has developed over the years for single economic purposes, at the expense of nature conservation and the protection and transmission of the ancestral knowledge of local populations.

Regenerative hospitality is a radically different approach to tourism: sustainable and virtuous. It is designed to benefit host communities by generating income and activities in remote villages with little known cultural or natural heritage.

It creates the opportunity to connect local communities and travelers. Local communities are the holders of ancestral know-how, the guardians of a memory that travelers can learn about and help to transmit.

It is no longer a question of consuming but of giving even more to the people and the planet than what is consumed.

It is about putting people and the planet at the heart of hospitality.

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Regenopolis, and its partner 700’000 heures, are the pioneers of regenerative hospitality

We use micro-hospitality as a catalyser for economic development and ecosystems regeneration.

We serve local communities and nature first by:

  • Contributing to economic development
  • Empowering local communities
  • Protecting endangered cultural assets and
  • Restoring fragile natural ecosystems

Our projects are designed in collaboration with all stakeholders (local communities, NGOs, our financial partners, development agencies), led by people highly experienced in managing development projects, and coordinated by local partners.

We monitor and measure the impact of our project on the environment and the well-being of local people.

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