Eco Efforts

Protecting Our Environment

Ocean reef.

Mote Marine Partnership

Our partnership with Mote Marine continues to develop with efforts to help restore our reef. Future projects include a site directly off our shore in Newfound Harbor. A tract of coral will be cultivated for growth and continually be transplanted to help area reefs. Guests will have the opportunity to interact with the scientists and even sponsor coral from the site install to transplant!

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Vero Water.

Vero Water

Served by the world’s leading Chefs and enjoyed by over 75 million guests a year in 14 countries, exceptionally great tasting Vero Water is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional bottled water. Serving luxury Vero Still and Sparkling water to our guests in-room, enables us to protect the pristine environment of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa by eliminating single use plastic and glass water bottle waste, significantly reducing our carbon footprint.

Seaweed wrap at the spa

Our Spa

SpaTerre prides itself in using all organic products from around the world.

Backpack sitting near the sea grass.

Restoration of Sea Grasses

Following the devastation of Hurricane Irma, our goal was to restore the natural coastline of the island. Appropriate sea grasses were planted on our beach as a result, and underwater buoys were installed to protect the seagrass in the surrounding waters.

Coco Mango bath products.

Bath Amenities

We no longer utilize tiny bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Our suites are appointed with our signature Coco Mango bath & body essentials in large multi-use pump bottles.

A kiwi cocktail.

A Strawless Escape

Plastic straws are not used on our island. Paper straws are available on request and metal straws with the resort logo are available for sale in the island boutique.

Conch Republic Marine Army Boat.

Conch Republic Marine Army

Our support for The Conch Republic Marine Army (CRMA) began in 2017, following a devastating blow to the Florida Keys from Hurricane Irma. The CRMA is dedicated to cleaning and restoring the mangrove habitats in our island chain. Through monetary donations, use of our Little Torch Key dockage, and help from our staff, CRMA’s volunteers have been able to recover 422,734 pounds of debris! The crystal clear waters of the Florida Keys are a testament to their dedication and hard work.

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Dock by the ocean in the evening.

Lighting and HVAC

While rebuilding the property following hurricane Irma, high efficiency HVAC systems were installed in all our island structures. Our gorgeous landscape lighting as well as interior lights were also upgraded at LED products.