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eco- +‎ lodge


ecolodge (plural ecolodges)

  1. A building designed to house ecotourists, typically built and supported by local labour and with respect for the environment.
    • 2009 August 2, Ron Nixon, “Just When Africa’s Luck Was Changing”, in New York Times[1]:
      The company says it will go forward with only two of the eight projects it had planned in Rwanda, and the Kigali hotel and Akagera ecolodge didn’t make the cut.