Light pollution ceases when the lights are turned off.
Probably the single easiest thing we can do to protect the living jungle around us is to simply turn off our lights at night. All our outdoor lights are on timers to turn off at 9 PM, and our guest terraces use red lights at night which do not disorient animals.
Sea Turtles use the light color of the ocean illuminated by the moon and stars to guide them and are easily disoriented by house lights.
The jungle comes alive at night and it's fascinating to learn about how the myriad of species are able to hunt, communicate, circulate, live, and perceive the world around them in what we believe is total darkness.
We invite you to explore the world around us at night, just remember you red headlamp to do so! You'll be amazed at how much you will see.