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• In your hotel, practice “the delay in change of towels and sheets”. This contributes to water saving and less pollution from detergents, bleach and energy amount other items.

• Prefer to buy local crafts or products, from family or micro rural business, etc. And support the economy in areas with difficult development doing this you save money by avoiding the middleman.

• Consume water in reusable bottles that you can refill constantly, avoid the use of items or packages that are disposable.

• Plan well your route of travel, check your vehicle and drive properly. Respect the traffic signs to achieve fuel saving and your welfare on the road.

• Remember to turn off the lights, air conditioning and fan when you leave the room. Electrical and electronic devices must be disconnected when are not in use otherwise they will continue consuming energy if they are connected.

• Visit cultural activities in the area, share the recreational activities with the locals, look for tours in new and rare places. We have a board with info available in the restaurant. Experience something different!

• Do not buy, sell or trade any archaeological items or any wildlife. Denounce these illegal activities.

• Get used to carry a litter bag in your vehicle. Many sites now have containers to separate your garbage, help to reuse and recycling. In hotel’s property we have three units of containers to separate your garbage.

• Feel free to express your unconformities and comments to any place you visit. To every company is very important to know the opinion of the client about their product or service. This is a great contribution to the culture of costumer service that is being develop in this country.

• Prefer to visit hotels and establishments involved in programs or projects of social assistance and environmental protection as the Code of Conduct Paniamor, Blue Ecological Flag, CST, etc. So you will be a costumer but also become a collaborator of such practices.

• Avoid changing the order of nature by subtracting the forest plants, seashells from the beach or feeding wild animals.

• As many other countries, you may find a homeless person asking for money in some towns. If you really want to help, do not give them money, instead you can offer food or donate cash to a social assistance organization recommended by your hotel or travel agency.

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