Rosewood Le Guanahani is committed to the protection of local plant life which is an integral part of the island’s ecosystem and provides numerous ecological benefits. By protecting and enhancing these species, we offset carbon emissions and further protect our planet and all its inhabitants.
The local seagrass beds in Grand Cul de Sac play a vital role in supporting both the resort and the island’s ecosystem. In addition to helping maintain the pristine white sand beach for our guests, the seagrass beds also provide food for endangered species of sea turtles, and shelter for lobsters and several species of fish. Not only that, but seagrass is known to offset carbon emissions, and Rosewood Le Guanahani has developed a program using seagrass abundance to mitigate the impact of climate change.
Part of the resort’s breathtaking natural landscape is due to the rich variety of native flora, including the now rare Turks cap cactus. An essential part of the island’s ecosystem, the species supports populations of lizards, tree frogs, turtles, and other life. Through the preservation of Le Morne reserve, a natural habitat for the Turks cap cactus, we can protect the vitality of this precious ecosystem.