Our flora and fauna
- Seychelles kestrel
- Sheath-tailed bat
- Endangered bizzie lizzie
- Hawksbill turtle
Goodbye to plastic bottles
Our filter system harvests water from Mount Dauban’s waterfall—the island’s highest peak.
The filtered water gets filled into glass bottles for use across Silhouette and Mahé. So far, we’ve saved more than 180,000 plastic bottles.
Team members and guests fill stainless steel bottles at resort-wide water dispensers.
The last straw
We’ve replaced single-use plastic straws with bio-degradable versions.
This change has eliminated the use of approximately 40,000 environment-harming straws since May 2018.
All our villas are automatically controlled. The lights and air-conditioning switch off when doors remain open for more than 30 minutes, saving 2,500 kilowatts per hour.
No more waste
We import as little as possible and grow over 200 varieties of herbs, fruits, and vegetables in our pesticide-free garden.
Ten kilograms of produce is grown through aquaponics each week and we compost all organic waste.
If we have to import goods, we love to keep it local. 95% of the resort’s seafood comes from local fishermen.
In the community
We support younger generations through educational site visits and career days at Hilton Seychelles.
Our charity projects range from supporting orphanages on Mahé to participating in the global Soap for Hope scheme, which helps tackle hygiene-related diseases.
Our vision is to develop Hilton Seychelles Labriz and Silhouette Island as a leader of Sustainable Tourism and maintain our cultural heritage in an eco-friendly environment. We are committed to continually strive to minimize the amount of waste we generate and energy we consume. Our goal is to continually move towards the use of renewable materials and biodegradable substances wherever practicable and financially feasible.