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Pack your organic and green credentials when you head off on your 2012 holiday...

Published: 27/01/2012 by Organic Holidays

» Travel & Leisure

‘Don’t forget to pack your organic and green credentials when you head off on your 2012 holiday’ is the message from Organic Holidays, the company behind the ultimate organic vacation and short break web portal – www.organicholidays.co.uk

 

The Organic Holidays website is a treasure trove of self-catering cottages, B&Bs, hotels, campsites and even quirkier accommodation such as shepherds’ huts, yurts and tipis, all operated on the basis of organic principles.

 

It has 248 organic self-catering cottage choices and 167 organic B&Bs in Britain alone, from the bottom of Cornwall to the Orkneys, Shetlands and Isles of Mull and Skye, which are all ideal selections for those wishing to indulge in eating and cooking locally sourced food during their break.

 

Those who prefer to eat their food al fresco have 63 different campsites to mull over, while anyone who loves the smack of real bacon in the morning can pick out a B&B or hotel (23 across Britain) that delights its guests by allowing them to eat the landscape in which they are staying.

 

Those wishing to holiday in an organic property abroad can take their pick from options in 41 countries as far-flung as Argentina, Bali, Ecuador and Sri Lanka, as well as European gems in the shape of agriturismi, auberges and chateaux, atmospheric Eastern European farmhouses and even a Finnish wilderness lodge! There are 213 B&Bs, 89 self-catering organic cottages, 68 organic hotels and 8 organic campsites abroad*

 

The length and breadth of organic travel can be explored at the site, opening the eyes of the visitor to the wealth of possibilities that could enrich their 2012 break and allow them to keep their organic conscience intact.

 

Organic Holidays founder, Linda Moss, believes many people who live an organic lifestyle at home, do not realise they can do the same on holiday. This is why she established her own website and explains why she has poured years of dedicated effort into sourcing the very best organic venues across the globe, all operated with beautiful intentions in mind.

 

New for 2012 are exciting things to do, enticing foodstuffs to buy and leisure learning options, all listed in a new Marketplace area that is sure to whet the appetite, whether you are planning a green wedding, up for some tractor driving lessons, or trying to arrange an organic house party.

 

Head to www.organicholidays.co.uk to find yourself spoilt for choice when it comes to sustainable, green and low impact holiday possibilities that will ensure that, even if you forget your toothbrush, you will have remembered to pack your organic principles.