Aruba Beach Resorts Recognized for Sustainable Tourism

Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort and its sister property, MVC Eagle Beach Aruba, have recently been certified by EarthCheck. While Amsterdam Manor has been awarded a Master Certification status, MVC Eagle Beach has been awarded a Platinum Certification status by the travel industry’s benchmark certification and environment management program.

Stewart Moore, CEO and founder, EarthCheck, said that both properties have taken significant leadership position in sustainability. 

Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort became the first resort in Aruba to have met the Master Certification requirements of EarthCheck standards more than a decade ago. This perseverance reiterates the resort’s commitment to the environment and the importance of sustaining the region’s flora, fauna and marine life for present and future generations. Most importantly, the resort aims to keep Aruba clean for future visitors and locals alike.

“We are thrilled that we’ve been recognized for our commitment to sustainable tourism,” says Alfred Kaufmann, general manager, Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort. “We know our teams have worked diligently to reach this milestone and look forward to continuing our efforts to unite our community with ongoing conservation and enhancing sustainable travel to the island of Aruba.”

Since 1987, EarthCheck has been helping businesses, communities and governments to deliver clean, safe, prosperous and healthy destinations for travelers.

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