Making a positive impact on the local community and helping protect the environment is at the center of our everyday activities. More glass and no more straws and plastic disposables, buying local products as much as possible, supporting environmental local projects like Sloth Conservation or Connected Gardens. Just to give you an example, we are planting almond trees in our mountain reserve which are essential for the future of the endangered green macaw. Want to help? Join us for one of our beach clean-up expeditions!
We take the Pledge of REFUSE disposable plastic whenever possible. items that are not packaged in plastic, and carry our bags to the supermarket.
We REUSE as much as possible, durable, non-toxic straws, utensils, bottles, bags, and other everyday items. We choose glass, paper, stainless steel, wood, ceramic and bamboo over plastic. We REDUCE our plastic footprint, we cut down on your consumption of goods that contain excessive plastic packaging and parts. We don't use disposable plastic for shampoos and conditioner, we use for that recicled glass bottles.
Just Stainless steel straws at Colina Secreta! and if we have available in the property papaya twigs as straws.
We are "Platinum Guarumo" Certified 2022 for the Sloth Conservation Society. Thanks to them we've planted 147 trees of local species that help the sloth and fauna to move safely in the highs minimizing the risk to walk on the ground. As part of the connectivity between the trees .we installed wildlife canopy bridges to connect habitat fragments.
Also Sakura our dog was trained to behave properly when she see the sloths and fauna.
Not Everyone knows that dead corals and shells has an important role as refugee to many living creatures and for sand formation. Guests sometimes take away corals from the beach. We see an opportunity to explain that it's an inappropriate behavior. We create a program that we called "Back to the Sea" where guests bring back the objects to the sea! that, is an amazing opportunity to create awareness about about how small gestures can contribuite to conservancy.
A FECOP iniciative, Supporting Sport Fishing ThroughScience, Conservation and Education
Many times a year we organize a clean up the beach, a great way to connect educate and help the enviroment.Thousands of marine animals worldwide have been affected by plastic pollution, including sea turtles, seabirds, and marine mammals. Therefore, Beach clean-ups are vital to mitigate the problem caused by ocean debris and the danger that plastic pollution poses to marine life. So why not to join us, just call to the hotel for information.