Sunday, 8 April 2018

Open doors at Camp Glenorchy

ECO-CONSCIOUS travellers arise, Camp Glenorchy, a new era in sustainably designed accommodation, has opened its doors in New Zealand.

Aside from providing beautifully appointed, comfortable accommodation, the founders behind Camp Glenorchy hope to inspire and share learning about new standards in sustainable tourism.

Set in the foothills of the Southern Alps in New Zealand’s South Island, Camp Glenorchy is a scenic 40-minute lakeshore drive from Queenstown along one of the country’s prettiest routes. The region is famed for beautiful movie locations and as the setting off point for some of the country’s best known hiking trails, water-based adventures on Lake Wakatipu and braided rivers, and access to two national parks.

Camp Glenorchy’s resource-efficient guest accommodation comes in a range of budget options from the seven cabins, to two bunkhouses and seven powered RV/campervan sites with common areas for guests. It also boasts the South Island’s largest solar garden and three wetlands developed to collect and fully process all wastewater onsite, producing clean water for irrigation of native plant landscaping.

The third stage of an environmentally sustainable tourism development known as The Headwaters, Camp Glenorchy’s profits will go to the local Glenorchy Community Trust to support initiatives that enhance the liveability and vibrancy of the small town.

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