Isabela Puerto Rico Green Hotel | Villas del Mar Hau

OUR GREEN EFFORTS

At Villas del Mar We are proud to be able to provide you with all the necessary facilities, Rico Tourism Company. Protecting and conserving our natural resources is vital to maintaining Puerto Rico's natural beauty. The Puerto Rico Tourism Company has created the Green Lodging Program to help promote sustainable and conservationist practices that minimize hotel impact on the environment and our natural resources. Parador Villas del Mar Hau in Isabela is one of the few properties to be awarded the Green Lodging label.

We have taken green initiatives throughout the property in water and electric power consumption, all cleaning products (detergents, Disinfectants, fabric softeners, etc.), all maintenance products (paint, sylocone, tints, etc.), office supplies (toners, paper, newspapers, magazines, etc.) Hotel

We have a green code of conduct for our property with the following recommendations:

  • Always visit the beach with a garbage bag for dispossing your waste, if you do Not have one, we can facilitate one.
  • Separate waste for recycling, disposing of it in the respective container, located next to the Interpretative Center.
  • Respect noise rules.
  • During your trip, remember to take only the materials aboslutelly necessary. This applies to napkins, free brochures, maps, etc.
  • Familiarize yourself with the ecosystems in the property. Appreciate the flora and fauna of our green hotel

These are some of the Flora and Fauna available in our property:

Birds of Honduras - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Emerald Colibrí is locally common in arid and scrub forests in the upper Aguan valley, located in the department of Yoro. It is also common in the department of Santa Barbara It is usually attacked by the goat's (Glaucidium brasilianum) owl .

· Turtles Leatherback ( Dermochelys coriacea )

· hawksbill ( Eretmochelys imbricata ​​em>)

· Pelicano Pardo ( Pelecanus occidentalis )

birds can be seen at the Farallon Hau:

· Buzzer Dorado ( Antillean Mango)
· San Pedrito ( Puerto Rican Tody )
· Querequeque ( Chordeiles gundlachi )
· cattle egret ( Bubulcus ibis < / em>)
· Great Blue Heron ( Blue Heron )
· Comeñame ( Loxigilla portoricensis )
· Garza Blanca ( Egretta thula < / em>)
· royal tern ( royal tern )
· Chorlito cabezón ( Stormwater squatarola )
· common tern ( Sterna hirundo )
· Osprey ( Pandion haliaetus )
· Ruiseñor ( Northern Mockingbird)
· Martín pescador ( Ceryle alcyon Pterochelidon fulfa ) · Pigeon Swallow ( Pterochelidon fulfa) / Em>) · Woodpecker of PR ( Melanerpes portoricensis )