The Tennuts Group receives WFEN certification
Ten Nalts Group, an upscale resort-based chain, recently acquired the coveted Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network (WFEN), the world’s first sea turtle friendly for extraordinary care of aquatic animals. Was awarded a tourism certification.
Working with WFEN from 2017 to develop and implement best practice guidelines for contributing to the protection of resorts and tourism sub-stakeholders, this group has worked to strengthen and conserve biodiversity. Has demonstrated its commitment to the major mangrove, seagrass and coral ecosystems.
A subsidiary of Elijah, Inc., the group consists of four luxury El Nido resorts – Apollo Island, Manilok Island, Lagen Island, and Panglossian Island, and the Liu Tourism State, with 325 hectares of master planned mixed-use sustainable resorts. Community. Hotels, commercial establishments, residences, restaurants and lifestyle shops in mainland El Nedo.
The property has met the critical requirements for sea turtles and their survival through its GREEN (Guard, Respect, Educate El Nido) program, which includes best practices for reducing adverse effects. ۔ Conservation practices include ensuring beach lighting that hatchings are not discriminated against, and conducting sea turtle patrols to help protect nests, hatchlings and adult turtles from predators and other hazards.
Green was launched in 1999 as part of its Environmental Education Program for its staff, and has also included nature’s interpreter training, community outreach, youth camps and other projects that include ten notices. Department of Environment and Sustainability.
“This document is coming at an appropriate time this year as the Tin Notts Group celebrates its 40th anniversary and justifies our efforts, showing us that when it comes to preserving the environment, we are on the right track. Are going on. ” Says Marketing Director Joy Bernardino.
Resorts highlight the education of guests to ensure the safety of sea turtles and also eliminate plastic disposable items to help combat marine plastic pollution. They also periodically make coastal and underwater cleanup efforts to ensure the health of the marine ecosystem.
“We are proud to include ten notes as part of the Brands World Wildlife Friendly Family. They are a model that we hope will inspire other resorts around the world to protect their delicate marine resources through tourism. That promotes the conservation outcomes of species such as sea turtles, “says Julie Stein, executive director and co-founder of WFEN.
WFEN is the recipient of the World Bank Development Marketplace Award, the UN Equatorial Prize, the world market leader for REDD + carbon offsets, and a time hero for the planet. Its certification programs represent underrepresented farmers, ranchers, shepherds, artisans, indigenous peoples, and heroes of protection from around the world.
The SeaTravel Friendly Tourism Program will be open to global applicants this year, whose standards have been developed by world sea turtles experts, including Roman tours, and the wider Caribbean Sea Turtle Conservation Network (WIDECAST).
Located in the northern Platoon, El Nido township is home to more than 850 fish species, 45 bird species, 100 bird species, and five of the country’s seven marine turtle species. Its coasts are an important nesting destination for all three, including the endangered green, the critically endangered Hawks Bull and the weak olive Ridley sea turtle.
Other rare and protected species within El Nido Resorts include Palawan Horn Bull, Asian Pre-Blue Bird, and Philippine Pangolin.