Social Responsibility

Dreams Los Cabos Suites Golf Resort & Spa is committed to making the world a greener place. Our friendly staff work together to promote a socially responsible environment to our guests. To show our commitment, we are involved in various programs, practices and activities here at the resort.

Dreams Los Cabos was recently recognized by the Rainforest Alliance for supporting the development of the local community in its Exemplary Practices for Sustainable Tourism publication.

Read below to learn all about what we do to promote the protection of our Earth.

Rainforest Alliance Certified

Received this due to its commitment to reducing impact of its activities on the planet and local communities.

  • Implementation of a special water and energy conservation plan.
  • Use of Desalinization Plant, allowing the property to have an independent water supply from the city and the re-use of ocean water.
  • COTHERM contribution to the energy-saving system by a process that heats the water on property (rooms, pools, etc.), reducing the consumption of gas and oil.
  • Continuation of a beach cleaning system to keep the beach in the best condition.
  • Participation in the Active Water Conservation Program.
  • Usage of energy-saving lamps.
  • Separation of oil, produced by the kitchens and motors on property, and the delivery to Soleco, a company that re-uses oil.
  • The deliverance of used batteries from televisons to local recycling organizations.
  • Participation in the annual international program “Earth Hour”, by turning off all lights on the property for one hour.

Dreaming of Freedom Turtle Program

From approximately June through October, Caray’s Green Sea Turtles will visit the beach to lay their eggs. You can have the opportunity to take part in the daily turtle release event, by holding a tiny baby turtle in the palm of your hand and interacting with it before setting it free into the sea! Dreams Resorts & Spas takes every measure to ensure the continued safety and protection of the turtles through involvement with local protection agencies.