Visiter un coin de paradis

Découvrez les îles avec des experts qui les aiment et les respectent

Visit the islands

Let you guide by eco-friendly providers and share their experience and passion for islands.

We suggest you a selection of eco-friendly accommodations, boat rentals, water sports, cultural events, restaurants, guest tables and tips to organize your stay on the island of your dreams.

All contacts are selected according to EnezGreen criterias inspired by our experience and sustainable development principles.

Vanuatu Blue Hole @ Hervé Bré EnezGreen

Vanuatu

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Vanuatu

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Rangiroa Tuamotu Tiputa @ Laetitia Scuiller

Tuamotu : Rangiroa and Fakarava

Large coral rings barely...

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Tuamotu : Rangiroa and Fakarava

Large coral rings barely...

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Corsica @Hervé Bré

Corsica

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Corsica

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Coin de Mire île Maurice @ Laetitia Scuiller EnezGreen

Mauritius

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Mauritius

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Ile de Bréhat , la Corderie, Mooring area for sailing boats since centuries

Bréhat Island

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Bréhat Island

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Scotland @Laetitia Scuiller

Scotland

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Scotland

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St Barth @Hervé Bré

Saint Barthelemy

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Saint Barthelemy

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Albatross Kaikoura South New Zealand @ Hervé Bré EnezGreen

New Zealand

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New Zealand

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Sainte Lucia Laetitia Scuiller@ EnezGreen.com

Saint-Lucia

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Saint-Lucia

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VISIT ISLANDS

Scotland: the largest protection area for porpoises in Europe

The Scottish Government has confirmed the creation of a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) of 13,540 km2 in the Hebrides for the harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) which is a protected species. If porpoises are still the most common cetaceans in European waters and around the UK, their numbers tend to decline because of marine pollution and drowning related incidental catches.

A satellite tracking tag causing the death of an orca

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed the death of a male orca 20 years due to a fungal infection likely linked to a satellite tracking tag attached to its dorsal fin. Deeply dismayed by the disappearance of this killer whale coming from a population living off the British Columbia and classified as endangered, researchers call into question this tool widely used to monitor in almost real time the movement of animals.

Sharks and rays better protected at the World Wildlife Summit

CITES voted by a large majority new measures to control trade of silky and thresher sharks, hunted for their fins, as well as devil rays, which gills are prized for their medicinal properties.

Martinique: training of whale-watching operators

According to a study commissioned by the Agoa sanctuary, whale watching is on the rise in the Antilles. In 2015, thirty operators based in Martinique, Guadeloupe and St. Martin welcomed more than 50,000 visitors and generated a turnover of € 2,165,000. Since 2010, the number of operators has increased by 3 and their turnover by 4.

New-Caledonia : corals survived the massive bleaching

Relief. Coral reefs - partly registered in the UNESCO World Heritage - have partially regenerated after the bleaching event of unprecedented scale that struck the New Caledonia for several consecutive weeks between February and May 2016.

Glénan: what is the impact of the summer tourist traffic?

Located 18 km off the southern coast of Finistère, Les Glénan archipelago is integrated to the Natura 2000 network and is home to the smallest nature reserve of France. Yet, this protected area attracts tens of thousands of visitors during the summer season and the archipelago is facing a challenge to balance tourism and protection. A preservation plan is just underway. Led by an ethnologist, this participatory project takes into account the different stakeholders' opinion.

Martinique: Launch of the underwater expedition Madibenthos

A massive underwater expedition began off Martinique on 5 September. For 5 weeks, 60 researchers, students and experienced amateurs - under the leadership of the French National Museum of Natural History - are conducting an inventory of marine life to overcome the knowledge gap on algae and marine invertebrates. The prospections are mainly concentrated from the surface to 40 m deep.

40 marine reserves to be created in twenty countries

Faced with climate change and pollution 's threats, the creation of 40 new marine protected areas was announced by more than 20 countries during the international oceans summit in Washington. After the extension of Hawaii marine reserve, Barack Obama confirmed the creation of a natural reserve in the Atlantic including for the protection of deep waters canyons and seamounts.