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SAYARI CAMP

TANZANIA

Sayari has implemented a market-garden project, “Taste of Serengeti,” in five villages bordering Serengeti National Park, providing ongoing mentoring and support from a trained agriculturist to create a reliable source of income, as well as water wells to provide for community needs and irrigation. This enables the camp to source 70% of its vegetables from local villages and provide support for microenterprise development.

INKATERRA HACIENDA CONCEPCIÓN PERU

ROSALIE BAY RESORT

DOMINICA

In addition to sourcing ingredients for their daily menus from One of the pioneers of ecotourism in Peru, Inkaterra works closely their own organic garden, Rosalie Bay works with local islanders to create special farm-to-spa treatments. Ingredients with local communities to support poverty alleviation and are selected for their different natural healing properties, and are promote conservation. At Inkaterra Hacienda Concepción, this effort includes establishing brazil nut microenterprises to develop combined and created into oils, scrubs, masks, and creams, as well as custom-made treatments for guests. supply chains for local food products, and community environmental education workshops.

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