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Justine and Mahery
Which good practices could be implemented in Escape Three Points to continue the responsible
Official definitions of responsible, or sustainable, tourism apply the principles
of sustainable development to the tourism sector, concerning social,
environmental and economic pillars.
attractiveness of a
facility and the
satisfaction of its
viability of the facilities
that are committed.
Preserve and valorize
social and natural
Concretely, it is a tourism that:
The pictograms represent the following categories :
Construction and lay out
Agriculture and restauration
Transport and ecomobility
Heritage and biodiversity
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Make a keyhole for the garden.
Benefits: easier to harvest, rich soil,
less water needed.
NO INVESTMENT (1/3)
Use bio pesticides for the garden.
Benefits: better production, better
quality, not harmful.
Make cloth napkins (with local fabrics for
example) instead of paper napkins.
Benefits: better quality, original, less
waste, cheaper after a time.
NO INVESTMENT (2/3)
Write down the most used words (hello,
breakfast, toilets, etc.) in several languages to
help the staff to communicate with clients.
Benefits: clients happy to hear their language,
staff work is facilitated, staff learn new
Tap out of recycled bottle with holes in the cap.
Benefits: easier to use, less water waste.
Loose tea instead of tea bags, using a
Benefits: more quality, less waste,
NO INVESTMENT (3/3)
Plants VS cut flowers.
Benefits: better quality, less work, more
flowers in the garden .
LITTLE INVESTMENT (1/5)
Build a rocket stove for the kitchen.
Benefits: recycled materials, no need of
Make a charger spot so the guests can
charge their electronic devices.
Benefits: easier for clients and staff.
Give solar lanterns to guests to go back to
Benefits: better quality, no need of
LITTLE INVESTMENT (2/5)
Write a welcome booklet with all the
needed information to put into the
Benefits: better quality, time saver, raising
Replace regular light
bulbs with LED
Benefits: very low
LITTLE INVESTMENT (3/5)
Make an organic herbs garden where guests
can help themselves.
Benefits: natural and healthy, economic.
Compost (or passive) water heater.
Benefits: better quality, no energy
Use natural cleaning products.
Benefits: less expensive healthier, less
LITTLE INVESTMENT (4/5)
Make a biodigestor
to have biogas for
cooking or electricity.
Write the names of the trees and plants
for the guests to discover the garden. You
can even make an entire pedagogical
Benefits: original, useful, playful and
LITTLE INVESTMENT (5/5)
Implement trash bins with recycled materials
(tire, barrel, etc.) instead of plastic.
Benefits: original, less waste.
Make a playground with tires.
Benefits: activity for the kids, less waste.
Make benches out of tires and plastic
Benefits: less expensive, original,
This document has been made for Escape3Points, Cape Three Points, Ghana.
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