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✅ Choose accommodation that sets up an ecological and sustainable development policy, these are mandatory criteria for furnished tourist accommodation.
✅ Make the most of your walks but don't leave any waste behind you.
✅ Bring nature into your kitchen with ecological products.
✅ Our city participates in the collection, treatment and recovery of waste. You have several collection points in the city.
✅ Reduce energy consumption in your rentals by turning off the lights and air conditioning when you go out.
✅ The natural ventilation of the trade winds by opening as many openings as possible, local constructions are designed for this purpose, we are lucky in our islands to be naturally cooled.
"Water is precious, do not waste it in a very difficult context of water distribution in our islands.
✅ The toilet bowl cannot accommodate waste (tampons, diapers, drugs) which alter the operation of the treatment plant and risk being rejected poorly degraded into the natural environment.
✅ Lighter cases by packing only what you need, you reduce your travel weight and that means less carbon emissions. Remove the outer packaging from whatever you want to take with you. It also reduces the weight and reduces the burden of waste in other countries, which is very important because we do not have the same recycling possibilities as in the big countries.
✅ Always keep a light, reusable water bottle and fill it before you go, rather than using bottled water.
✅ Buy and carry a lightweight, reusable bag for your souvenirs and beach gear, you can use it for your shopping when you get home.
✅ Offset your own flight by choosing a company that reduces carbon emissions, and defends strong causes in your destination countries, you will make a real difference for people around the world.
✅ Live like a local: Eat, drink and shop locally.
✅ Choose clean rental vehicles, take the bike when possible.
✅ Also use public means of transport. You help support the local economy and learn more about the country where you live.