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Our Sustainable Tourism Guidelines

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1. Small group

Small group travel to minimize environmental impact on fragile coastal ecosystems and to allow for a more authentic and enriching personal connection to the biodiversity of the places visited.

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2. Respect wildlife

Sensitive wildlife observation practices that include keeping a respectful distance to minimize noise and stress and leaving habitats pristine by hauling out any items carried in, as well as any trash left by others.

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3. Organic and local

Purchasing locally grown food, certified organic products and biodegradable cleaning agents made with natural ingredients.

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4. Recycling and reusing

Environmental approach to travel and waste management, including recycling, reusing and composting, purchasing items with limited packaging and using recycled paper in all promotional materials.

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5. Clean up

Assisting local conservation efforts and environmental education initiatives such as school groups participating in annual coastal cleanups, as well as partnering with conservation organizations.