A Few Simple Tips to Reduce Your Environmental Impact Whilst Visiting Provo:

If you care about the environment and you also love to travel, there are some really easy ways that you can be greener while visiting Provo:

Pack lighter – this may seem insignificant, but packing light has a huge environmental impact. If your bag is lighter, it means the plane will weigh up to 50lbs less; the bus or car you ride or drive will be just as light. Each one of these changes means the fuel consumption will also be less.

Read our insider tips to Turks & Caicos here.

Use a reusable water bottle to avoid plastic bottles, which account for a lot of waste.

Use environmentally friendly bug spray. Here is an option you can buy online or purchase on the island at Lemon 2 Go (BONUS: it was invented by Army Veterans!).

Use reef safe sunscreen. I know we all love a good spray sun screen, but in order to keep the ocean safe for all that live in it, you need to use a reef safe sun screen. Several are recommended here.

Here is a sunscreen recommended for kids and it’s only 3oz so you can pop it in a carry on.

Things To Do When Staying in Sapodilla Bay.

Bring a UV rash guard. This means less sun screen and less sun burns! Learn more here.

Limit energy use. This includes your use of air-conditioning and hot water. Turn off all lights and taps when you leave your room.

Respect the local environment. Stay on trails and public footpaths; do not remove plants or feed animals, and make sure to always throw any trash in the garbage.

Read Our Honeymoon Tips Blog Post here.

And finally, enjoy the beauty that Turks and Caicos offers. There is so much to see and enjoy on this island!

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