Best Places to see in the Forest
Native forestry accommodation is designed to blend in and coexist with the surrounding natural environment. This type of accommodation aims to provide visitors with a unique and immersive experience in nature while minimising any negative impacts on the ecosystem.
There are several reasons why native forestry accommodation is favoured by some individuals and organisations:
Sustainable development: Native forestry accommodation promotes sustainable tourism practices by minimising disruption to the natural environment. It focuses on utilising existing resources and structures, such as trees and natural landscapes, rather than building new and environmentally harmful structures.
Conservation and preservation: By integrating accommodation options seamlessly into the forest environment, native forestry accommodation helps preserve and protect the natural landscape. It allows guests to enjoy the beauty of the forest while fostering an appreciation for conservation efforts.
Immersive nature experience: Staying in native forestry accommodation allows visitors to immerse themselves in nature and experience the tranquillity and wildlife of the forest firsthand. This type of accommodation provides opportunities for nature walks, wildlife spotting, and other outdoor activities that enhance the relationship between humans and the natural world.
Ecotourism promotion: Our accommodation contributes to the growth of the ecotourism industry, which promotes responsible travel practices and encourages tourists to support conservation efforts. This type of accommodation attracts travellers who are looking for unique experiences that align with their values of environmental sustainability and wildlife conservation.
Economic benefits: Native forestry accommodations also boost local economies, especially in rural (like Northland) or remote areas where forests are often located. By attracting tourists, these accommodations generate income for local communities through accommodation fees, guided tours, and other related services.
Overall, native forestry accommodation provides an opportunity for individuals to reconnect with nature, promote sustainable development, and support the conservation of forests and their ecosystems.
What to Expect
Our forest cabin has a specific design and purpose, but some common features include:
Natural Surroundings: Our forest cabin is typically located amidst the trees and greenery of a forest, offering a serene and peaceful atmosphere.
Wood Construction: The cabin often has a rustic and cozy charm, with wooden walls, floors, and ceilings. The use of natural materials enhances the cabin’s integration with the surrounding environment.
Large Windows: To maximise the connection with nature, the forest cabin feature large windows that offer beautiful views of the forest and allow plenty of natural light inside.
Outdoor Space: Cabins has an outdoor space such as a porch and a deck where residents can relax and enjoy the forest surroundings.
Fireplace and Wood Stove: To provide warmth and a cozy ambiance. The fireplace and wood-burning stove can be used for heating and also for cooking.
Minimalist Design: Forest cabins often have a simple and minimalistic design, focusing on basic necessities and blending with the natural surroundings.
Off-Grid: Our forest cabin is designed to be off-grid or self-sustaining, using alternative energy sources like solar panels, and implementing systems for water collection and waste management.
Functional Layout: The cabin is designed with a practical layout, utilising space efficiently without compromising comfort. They typically include essential amenities like a kitchenette, bathroom, sleeping area, and storage space.
Insulation: Given the cold temperatures in forested areas, our cabin is generally well-insulated to ensure warmth and energy efficiency.
Privacy: The cabin is located in a very secluded area, privacy and a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of urban life.
These features contribute to creating a cozy, nature-centric, and sustainable living space in the heart of a native forest.
The cabin is located in Northland New Zealand