Having been officially recommended for its responsible and organised efforts to maintain sustainable tourism at their premises while preserving the local environment, the Tryp Cayo Coco hotel was awarded the Compliance with Environmental Law Recognition
After having been highly recommended for its outstanding efforts in maintaining and preserving the local environment for the benefit of Cuba holidays in the keys, the Tryp Cayo Caco hotel has recently received an award and recognition for its impeccable and responsible action towards the protection of its surrounding eco-system.
Perfectly located for the most intimate of Cuba holidays on a private desert-island setting, the Meliá Tryp Cayo Coco sets a fine example of “stable, organised, responsible and organised endeavours geared at maintaining and preserving the environment.
As a result of their continuous efforts this green property, was awarded the ‘Compliance with Environmental Law Recognition’ for a term of three years by the Environmental Unit of the Ministry of Science in the province of Ciego de Avila, a department in charge of ensuring the environmental sustainability in the region.
The quality of the maintenance and upkeep of green areas for Tryp Cayo Coco was highlighted during the award-giving ceremony, especially recognising the work undertaken in the coastal zone to preserve the natural vegetation of the area with the building of board walks to help protect the dunes.
For the purest of Cuba holidays in an unspoilt setting, it was also noted that said environmental recognition endorses the "responsibility and professionalism of the work carried out for the care and preservation of the environment" and stresses the property's compliance with the environmental legislation in force in the country.
Highly recommended for Cuba holidays for families travelling with children, the Tryp Cayo Coco is an All-Inclusive 4* hotel with 508 beautifully appointed rooms located on the islet of the same name in the Jardines del Rey archipelago, north of the province of Ciego de Avila and some 500 kilometres east of the capital of Havana.