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Relax in the Celestun Biosphere

Friday, April 28th, 2017
Garza-tigre, Celestun Biosphere Reserve

Garza-tigre, Celestun Biosphere Reserve

Ever wonder about that point where the sun meets the sea on the horizon? Some people don’t have to wonder. They go there. It’s a place called The Celestun Biosphere Reserve in the Yucatan, Mexico. It’s a place where sun and sea fuse into a meld of rare and beautiful flora and fauna, mouth watering food and ultimate relaxation.

To take in the Celestun Biosphere Reserve, book a stay at the Hotel Eco Paraiso, a place that caters to eco-conscience living, rediscovering your inner self and a high quality and simplicity in its services.

Stay in and take a yoga class or experience what Hotel Eco Paraiso considers it’s avant-garde approach to personalized service, those simple touches like a heart made of shells in the inner garden of your bungalow or your name outlined in the sand on the beach outside your room.

Choose to explore and you’ll find some of the most spectacular wildlife. Celestun Biosphere Reserve is known for it’s flamingos but you’ll also find some of the rarest species of animals like the Bare-Throated Tiger Heron, with plumage which resembles the color and streaks of tigers. The pattern helps conceal the heron in the mangrove forests that are abundant in the Yucatan. But you’ll also see other rare birds like the Yucatan Wren, the Yucatan Bobwhite, the Black Catbird, and the Boat-billed Heron to name just a few.

You can also feel good about staying at The Hotel Eco Paraiso knowing it is considered a pioneer in the area of sustainable tourism because of it’s ecological methods of running its operation like solid and liquid separation, re-usage of water using biological filters and employing composting and organic gardening practices.

Find your inner self at Hotel Eco Paraiso on the Celestun Biosphere Reserve. Visit their website to get started.

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Have big fun and make a little footprint with Central Coast Outdoors

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

Central Coast Outdoors

So many tour operators claim to be green these days. Most of them make efforts to mitigate the impacts of their operations, but a few go above and beyond. Meet Central Coast Outdoors. A eco-friendly way to experience all your favorite activities while being kind to Mother Nature.

In an effort to offset the carbon footprint left by its tour operations, Central Coast Outdoors analyzed its entire operations and made some significant changes. Smaller tours now use a 2008 Toyota Prius, solar electric panels were installed in the office as was an Energy Star refrigerator for storing food. Central Coast Outdoors also buys food locally to offset the effort it takes to move food to market. The business also supports many other nonprofits that are working to make a difference in the environment. The result of those moves is a tour operation that is true to its word about being on an eco-friendly mission.

But eco-friendly doesn’t mean there is a shortage of fun. Central Coast Outdoors provides several tours of the California Central Coast. Kayak through Morro Bay, hike or bike through Big Sur, take a wine country tour or a family vacation. California’s Central Coast is an area with breathtaking vistas, fabulous wine and incredible beaches. Looking for a relaxing tour? Central Coast Outdoors has several private walking tours. Central Coast Outdoors guarantees you will get your own private guide for the tour, allowing you to customize or change aspects of the tour as you wish. See elephant seals or snowy plovers, sea otters and heron or change your mind and take pictures of the old lighthouse. Or simply take in the views of steep cliffs, breaking waves and wild flowers on the hills.

Visit California’s Central Coast without leaving a footprint. Get started with Central Coast Outdoors.

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