Green Lodge

Green Lodge® is a certificate issued to guesthouses and small hotels that correspond to ECEAT sustainable tourism label and Eurogites quality strandards. Hosts of these guesthouses and hotels are local people who have paid special attention to local nature and culture. They guide the visitors to interesting sites and events in the surroundings and saturate their experience. Staying at a Green Lodge certified hotel will make you feel the charm of the traditional everyday life...

CSR-Tourism-certified

The CSR-Tourism certified reporting standard is based on 8 guidelines for responsible and sustainable business that help to ensure and systematically improve the tourism companies’ contribution to sustainable development. These CSR guidelines are: 1. Travel in an environmentally friendly manner. 2. Carefully select accommodation. 3. Compare destinations. 4. Involve local communities. 5. Pay adequate prices. 6. Observe labour standards. 7. Conduct business on a partnership basis. 8. Ensure transparency. CSR-Tourism certified enterprises have examined their business practices according to these sustainability criteria. The evaluation...

Green Globe

Green Globe is positioned on the market as the standard for managing sustainability in the tourism industry. The criteria are both operational and organizational. They are organized in 4 themes, which are subdivided into criteria. A set of compliance indicators are linked to each criterion, which allow the organization and the auditor to assess the level of conformity to the criterion, and to the label. The criteria covers the following four themes: • sustainable management • cultural heritage • social-economic...

Bio-Hotels

The Bio-Hotels is the first international group of hotels with a certified organic label based on rigorous criteria: • 100% organic food • 100% organic beverage • one certified organic natural cosmetic line • certified organic natural cosmetic in the guest area • waste-management • certification by a control agency every year • environmental awareness • non-food recommendations The criteria are established and common to all hotels. They are certificated every year by a control agency and based on this they get the Bio-Hotel-label.

PAN Parks

PAN Parks – a European-wide network of well managed protected areas focusing on an integrated approach combining wilderness protection and sustainable tourism development. The system certifies a local protected area, which in turn must establish a network of local business actors, operating in the tourist sector. Pan Parks Foundation has 5 key principles aiming to ensure high standards of management for both, conservation and sustainable development and the existence of a wilderness area without human...