The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, Seychelles introduces sustainable initiatives
The resort offers a series of activities that contribute to environment protection
The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, a tropical island resort in Seychelles has introduced a series of environmental initiatives that allow guests to experience hospitality while contributing to environmental protection and conservation.
The resort’s eco-project is based on five pillars - reduce, reuse, recycle; wildlife – flora and fauna; water consumption; energy conservation and local care and fair trade.
The resort has conservation and education programmes for children which include attending the coral growing workshop and help plant baby corals to restore the coral reefs and jewellery making out of the treasures from the beach.
The property’s CEO H Mark Hosts, Claudio Capaccioli said: “We understand sustainability as meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations. By establishing a series of programmes that encourage the need to protect our environment, we are proving that conservation and hospitality can come together in harmony.”
The property in Seychelles has a food composter through which all food waste is recycled and utilised as a fertiliser in the landscaping of the property. The property also encourages a “switch off policy” among the staff and guests to preserve energy wasting.
To support the community, spa treatment products are sourced locally and fresh seafood and a selection of the catch of the day are bought from the island’s fishermen. The resort also maintains its own herbs, fruits and vegetable garden.
H Resort’s general manager, Johannes Steyn said: “A world of exploration and fun awaits grown-ups and little ones at H Resort Beau Vallon Beach. Anyone with an adventurous spirit and love for the natural world would be delighted to engage in our conservation activities. We invite everyone but specially those who are looking for a family holiday destination to book their stay at the H Resort Beau Vallon Beach where they can create an enriching experience for them and their children.”