The magazine stated that the list features places which are all well worth a visit if visitors are seeking an eco-friendly escape.
By putting local businesses at the heart of tourism, Wanderlust noted that Quang Nam is proving sustainability starts at home.
“Hoi An Kayak Tours takes visitors on a paddle through the Nipa mangroves, navigating fishing boats and stilt village,” the magazine shared.
“In town, Refillables sells eco-friendly travel necessities, from shampoo to toothbrushes, while nearby zero-waste restaurant The Field uses wild and organic local produce to create rustic dishes, such as its aubergine and tofu broth,” it added
It also suggested that visitors should spend the night among the blossoming trees at An Villa, which provides filtered drinking water for guests, thereby reducing the need for plastic use.
Three other sustainable destinations on Wanderlust’s list include Bhutan, Singapore, and Ataúro Island in Timor-Leste.