Harmonize with paradise

Harmonize with paradise

Welcome to Ecocancun

Cancun and its surroundings are beautiful places that you must be acquainted with if you want to practice ecotourism or if you are seeking to harmonize your mind, body and spirit. Here's a complete guide on Ecotourism, Ecology, and Wellness, that will help you find the harmony that evokes the Caribbean blue water and white sand. www.ecocancun.com

Thursday, March 12, 2015


5 Eco Friendly Plumbing Tips to Help You Save $$Money$$ & Conserve Water: 1. Install low-flow shower heads & toilets. One thing that you can definitely do to cut down the amount of water you use is to install some low-flow showerheads and toilets. For instance, there are studies to support the fact that if you use a traditional showerhead, you will use around 5,250 gallons of water each year. With a low-flow showerhead, you will only use 3,150 gallons. And with a low-flow toilet, you save somewhere around four gallons per flush. So yes, they are definitely worth the investment. 2. Be conservative with your dishwasher. Although there are more and more dishwashers that have a prewash feature, if you want to conserve water, it’s best not to use them , instead why not try soaking your dishes in the sink before hand (you will use less water. Also, make sure to only turn the dishwasher on when it’s full. You could even save energy and wash the dishes by hand letting them soak in hot soapy water then rinsing them off. 3. Get a tankless water heater. Not only do they last about two times longer than traditional heaters, but they also provide more hot water. Plus, in using them, you can cut your water bill down by as much as 30% each year. 4. Be good to your drains. Watch how you treat your drains. In your kitchen, avoid pouring grease down them. In fact, you could even keep a collection of grease in a jar & find a nifty way to reuse it! In your bathroom, make sure to remove the hair after each shower. Also, like once a onto or so you should use an eco friendly type of cleaner. Bio Green Clean is a cost-effective line that you can find on Amazon. 5. Purchase an Energy saver washer & dryer unit. Something else that can help you to save money is to purchase an Energy saver, two in one, washer & dryer. They are built to conserve water. Also wash in cold water as much as possible and activate the high spin cycle; it helps to reduce the amount of moisture that remains in the clothes once the drying process starts. All of these things will help you to use your water wisely.
By the way as much as conserving water is healthy for our environment, drinking plenty of water is healthy for our body so conserve up & drink up !

Wednesday, March 11, 2015


Snorkeling is a common activity amongst locals and tourists. It is relaxing, scenic, fun and all around a breathtaking experience. However, due to our not so eco friendly habits we have been damaging the coral reefs. Do not fret here are some helpful tips to save our environment!
1. Conserve water. The less water you use, the less run off & waste water will pullet our oceans. 2. Help reduce pollution. Walk, bike or ride the bus/combi. Fossil fuel emissions from cars and industries raise lead to ocean, warming it, which causes mass-bleaching of corals and can lead to widespread destruction of reefs. 3. Use only ecological or organic fertilizers. These products flow into the water system, pollute the ocean, and can harm coral reefs and marine life. 4. Dispose of your trash properly. Don't leave unwanted fishing lines or nets in the water or on the beach. Any kind of litter pollutes the water and can harm the reef and the fish. 5. Plant a tree. Trees reduce runoff into the oceans. You will also contribute to reversing the warming of our planet and the rising temperatures of our oceans. 6. Practice safe and responsible diving and snorkeling. Do not touch the reef or anchor your boat on the reef. Contact with the coral will damage the delicate coral animals, and anchoring on the reef can kill it, so look for sandy bottom. 7. Spread the word & help out. Volunteer at local reef cleanups.