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2) Don’t pour concrete unless absolutely necessary
3) Use as little hardwood as absolutely necessary
4) Build as much as possible with bamboo
5) Never build inaccessible cavities in the jungle
6) And all of Christopher Alexander’s pattern language applies
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The development of sustainable tourism must be seen as the balanced interaction between the use of our natural and cultural resources, the improvement of the quality of life among local communities, and the economic success of the industry, which also contributes to national development. Sustainable tourism is not only a response to demand, but also an imperative condition to successfully compete now and in the future (Definition of Sustainable Tourism, CST 1997).
- Offset your carbon emissions caused by your international flights to Costa Rica. Visit: fonafifo.com
- Stay at other sustainable lodges like Finca Exotica while in Costa Rica: turismo-sostenible.co.cr
- Support Costa Rica´s impressive national park system by organizing a tour to Corcovado, and other national parks.
- Buy local produce and support locally-run hotels and tour operators like Finca Exotica.
- Be mindful of the amount of water and energy that you use while on vacation. Take advantage of our towel reuse program.
- When visiting natural areas, make sure not to leave trash behind- please bring it back to our lodge. Participate in our recycling program and place trash in the correct bin.
- Practice your Spanish! Most of our workers are from the local area, it really is a great way to get in touch with local culture and customs.
- Let us know how you feel we can improve our sustainability policies.
- Take advantage of our library area and learn a few words of the local language from one of our dictionaries.
- Ask one of our staff about local conservation and social projects which you can visit and learn how to support while staying with us.
- Do not buy products made from endangered species, hard woods, or ancient artifacts.
- Respect and participate in local cultures, traditions and holy places.
- Use environmentally friendly airlines like Nature Air, use public transport, hire a bike, or walk when convenient. It´s a great way to meet local people on their terms and reduce pollution and carbon emissions.
- Try to use biodegradable soaps and detergents when possible.
- When driving, stick to marked paths and roads. Be aware when driving at night that animals can scare easily from headlights and loud noises and may be prone to leaping onto the road.
- Eat where locals do, not only will this give you a better insight to the cuisine of Costa Rica, but it will also help to support the local economy.
- Bring a water bottle with you instead of continually buying various plastic bottles of water. Much of Costa Rica´s water is drinkable but always check beforehand!
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As you relax and enjoy the nature you can be sure that the impact of this business has been reviewed by the local staff to ensure that it is minimized. Finca Exotica started as a sustainable farm, and we have taken the time to look at all the interactions with our environment to minimize our impacts. The areas we are focusing on for minimizing impact are staff policies, clean energy, low impact construction, product selection, and waste management:
We established internal procedures for food disposal, chemical usage, energy consumption, and customer interaction.
You can enjoy clean solar and hydro energy in the community locations to read your book at night, listen to music, or have that cold beverage. Soon we will be producing methane gas from the pig farm.
The lodging you will be staying in is mostly built to return to mother earth when it gets old. Most of the materials are wood scraps, bamboo, palm leaves, etc.
You can be sure that the equipment, food, and other purchased materials utilized to serve you have been evaluated for sustainability.
Our organic waste gets added to the compost or pigs food while recyclables go to Puerto Jimenez recycle center.
binäre optionen konto eröffnen Finca Exotica eco lodge is part of and was the founding member of the “Refugio Saimiri de Vida Silvestre Mixto”, an Osa Peninsula wildlife refuge established in 2007 to protect over 300 acres of land. The refuge is home to most of the species hat live on the Osa Peninsula: 400 species of trees, 160 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, 25 species of reptiles, 30 amphibians and 1000’s of insects, making this one of the most biologically diverse places on the planet.
In the beginning Finca Exotica’s property consisted of abandoned cattle pasture mixed with primary forest. After years of natural regeneration enhanced by planting of native species, 95% of the Finca Exotica property was set aside exclusively for conservation purposes. In 2007 we began looking into the possibility of formalizing this intention by creating a wildlife refuge to protect the unique ecology, biodiversity and landscape from the encroaching threats of deforestation, hunting, and the expansion of the agricultural front. Hence, all of Finca Exotica’s property, along with 6 neighboring properties, lies within the limits of the SAIMIRI Wildlife Refuge. This expansive border ensures that the southern buffer zone of Corcovado National Park offers a continuous protected area where wildlife can seek a home, and that all the wildlife found in the park can also be spotted at Finca Exotica.
The official management plan for the SAIMIRI Wildlife Refuge is in our library, where we welcome you to read it. It was elaborated in 2007 in conjunction with a biologist with years of experience in the Osa Peninsula. The plan describes the flora and fauna, and zones the property into 3 different zones of use/conservation, whereby 82% of the total area is declared an area of full protection, going far beyond the minimum requirements of the national refuge program. Additionally, it regulates the rights and obligations of landowners as well as the program of monitoring and research by the Ministry of the Environment (MINAET). The law and regulations that apply to those properties voluntarily registered in the refuge limit the dimensions and methods of construction and the use of designated areas to education, research and ecotourism.