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TRAVEL & LEISURE

SALT OF PALMAR MAURITIUS

Opened in November 2018, SALT of Palmar is a very much lifestyle boutique beach front resort with a humanistic approach to hospitality.

SUSTAINABILITY PURPOSE

SALT of Palmar promote learning, sharing, upskilling, and they see hospitality as an opportunity for personal growth — for their staff as well as their guests. When it comes to careers, SALT invest in their service culture and invite guests to share ideas and experiences too. And their Skill Swap platform helps guests enjoy meaningful exchanges with locals while learning a new skill, teaching one, or doing both. As part of their campaign to reduce waste, the brand are doing more than just composting. They are also spreading the love for the planet by helping their suppliers become more mindful. Anything the brand don’t grow on site themselves, they source from carefully selected farms and suppliers that side-step chemicals. SALT of Palmar support important initiatives and projects such as the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, the 10 Principles of UN Global Compact, the Tread Lightly project, the Ray of Light Platform, the Code of Conduct against Child Trafficking in Travel and Tourism, GRI Standards and IIRC Reporting frameworks.

Established

2018

Headquarters

Sir Pierre Simonet St, Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius

Employees

50-100

BUTTERFLY MARK TESTIMONIAL

As the General Manager of SALT of Palmar, we are deeply committed to integrating sustainability into the heart of our operations. Our journey with Positive Luxury is a testament to our dedication to environmental stewardship, ethical practices, and social responsibility. We believe that luxury and sustainability can coexist, and this partnership empowers us to lead the change towards a more sustainable future, ensuring that every stay with us contributes to the well-being of our planet and communities

RAJ REEDOY

GENERAL MANAGER

WHERE NEXT?

SALT of Palmar is amplifying its sustainability initiatives by implementing comprehensive waste reduction programs and enhancing local community engagement. Their commitment now includes supporting local NGOs with educational materials and clothing for less fortunate children, alongside aiding disabled schools to integrate some individuals into their hotel for training. The brand is also introducing a 'waste to wealth' concept, demonstrating food scrap regrowth to their guests, ensuring their resort experience not only contributes to a greener future but also fosters community growth and empowerment.

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