ENVI Lodges Expands to Africa with Sustainable Beachfront Lodge in Zanzibar

ENVI Lodges Expands to Africa with Sustainable Beachfront Lodge in Zanzibar

SUMMARY – ENVI LODGES EXPANDS ITS ECO-CONSCIOUS FOOTPRINT TO AFRICA WITH A SUSTAINABLE BEACHFRONT LODGE IN ZANZIBAR, OFFERING A UNIQUE BLEND OF LUXURY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY. THIS STRATEGIC MOVE ALIGNS WITH THEIR GLOBAL MISSION TO REDEFINE HOSPITALITY THROUGH SUSTAINABILITY.

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Luxury eco-lodge brand and management company ENVI Lodges is making waves by securing a management agreement for its inaugural African property, Beachfront Lodge, in Paje, Zanzibar.

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ENVI Paje, set to open in December 2024, will offer 25 eco-friendly villas with private pools amidst lush palm trees and a pristine beach. The lodge will feature a speciality restaurant, lounge, communal deck, and infinity pool

Zanzibar, recently named a top travel destination for 2023, holds strategic importance for ENVI Lodges.

ENVI Paje will offer various activities, from beachfront yoga to kite surfing, catering to various interests.

Riad Welly, the lodge’s owner, shares ENVI Lodges’ commitment to sustainability, aiming to redefine luxury hospitality through this eco-conscious venture.

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Global Expansion with a Green Heart

ENVI Lodges emphasizes eco-consciousness in its development, incorporating renewable energy and local materials while preserving the environment. Fresh, farm-to-table dining and wellness experiences will be highlights.

ENVI Lodges continues its mission to revolutionize accommodations worldwide, with properties in the Middle East and South America already announced. Africa marks a significant step towards a more sustainable future for the hospitality industry.

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