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In light of the sudden coronavirus outbreak across the world, Elite Havens Asia's largest luxury villa rental company is leading the way when it comes to proactively taking precautionary steps both in-villa and with regards to their reservations policy.
For all new bookings should guests' flights be cancelled or a travel advisory requires them to be quarantined, Elite Havens guarantees a full refund or guests can choose to move their stay within 12 months of their check-in date, in the same villa, for the same number of nights and in the same (or lower) season. Applicable on select villas and chalets.
Not having to share the facilities with other guests, staying in a clean and hygienic environment and being taken care of by trained, professional staff, helps guests avoid crowds while travelling. Elite Havens is offering up to 30% off on select villas in Indonesia and Thailand, and 15% off on select chalets in Japan for new bookings from 19 February 2020 onwards, for stays until 25 June 2020.
Seasalt Bids Goodbye to Yellowfin & Bluefin Tuna Over Unsustainable Fishing
Since its opening, Seasalt at Alila Seminyak has been strongly committed to sourcing seafood that is wild-caught and sustainably harvested from the waters of Indonesia. In line with this commitment, Seasalt partners with Bali Sustainable Seafood, a local social enterprise that provides high-quality seafood that is sustainably fished.
With its focus on sustainable fishing, Seasalt has made the decision to remove yellowfin and bluefin tuna from its menu with immediate effect in an effort to stop the devastating decline of these tuna stocks in the Indian Ocean.
Driven by the world's appetite for tuna, overfishing in the Indian Ocean is damaging the ocean's ability to sustain tuna populations, especially of yellowfin tuna. Recent reports state that the yellowfin tuna forms a significant portion of the annual tuna catches in the Indian Ocean, around 42 percent. Therefore, it has been recommended that tuna fishing be reduced by 20 percent to hopefully allow tuna stocks to recover in the next five years.
Through its action, Seasalt hopes to contribute to restoring a sustainable future for tuna, the world's most favourite fish, particularly its most threatened species. Although yellowfin and bluefin tuna will no longer be on its menu, Seasalt has nevertheless prepared a sustainable replacement using skipjack, a local fish sustainably harvested directly from the waters around Indonesia.
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