BEHIND THE SCENES the magic our +hosts do with water 

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Have you ever wandered what happens behind the scenes in a place you stay at?

Here is a snick pick of some amazing things 5 of our +hosts do with water.

Nimmo Bay’s remote location was due to the placement of a spectacular waterfall. This waterfall would be the life blood of the resort, supplying not only fresh drinking water but also, produces clean hydro power, providing 85% of the resort’s energy. ’’We are also proud to have an award-winning state of the art Hydroxyl waste management system converting waste into nothing but clear, clean water to be returned to the surrounding environment’’.

A GIFT THAT MAKES A DIFFERNCE
Bawah Reserve, Anambas, Riau Islands, Indonesia

Bawah was buit with the thought of giving back to nature. Conservation and sustainability drives everything that takes place on the island. They harvest, treat and store the rainwater, and have a sophisticated reverse-osmosis seawater treatment plant, utilising multi-stage filtration technology.

Water is heated by solar energy; waste water is treated for permacultures to use on organic fruit and vegetable gardens; and pesticides are banned. Due to the official marine conservation status of the Reserve, fishing, anchoring and collection of any marine life is forbidden; and so that the island does not suffer tourist trampling, only 35 suites have been built.
And each guest gets to take home it very own eco-friendly gift: a beautifully design copper drinking bottle.

A SWIM IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
Orion Guesthouse, Saint-Paul de Vence, France

The heart of Orion’s garden is the ecological pool: the treehouses are built around it, its waterfall offers a buffer from the noise around, the life within it reminds us of how fragile our ecosystem is and how important it is to protect it. Orient uses no chlorine or other chemicals in the pool and treat the garden only with natural remedies.

The heart of Orion’s garden is the ecological pool: the treehouses are built around it, its waterfall offers a buffer from the noise around, the life within it reminds us of how fragile our ecosystem is and how important it is to protect it. Orient uses no chlorine or other chemicals in the pool and treat the garden only with natural remedies.

SAVING WATER AS A MISSION
Chateau de la Resle, Burgundy, France

Chateau de la Resle has engaged in an ecological transition scheme over the last few years. This includes careful water management. They propose their own drinkable water in glass bottles thanks to an installed system inside the Chateau and regulate the water consumption in bathrooms and toilets with a modern pressure system.

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