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We love all things environmentally friendly and aim to make a credible contribution towards creating a sustainable economy. We realise the importance of the ever-growing need for sustainable tourism and are committed to sustainable development in the local communities in which we operate.
In 2012 we became a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA), a not-for-profit organisation that consider restaurants society, sourcing and environmental practices. They take an in-depth look into your business and accredit the great things you are doing and give you advice on opportunity areas for improvement. We kicked this off with Babylon Restaurant and after huge success added Necker Island, Ulusaba, Kasbah Tamadot and The Lodge for a global SRA rating. This year Virgin Limited Edition received a group rating of three stars which is the maximum star rating achievable and we now rate above the SRA rating averages!
SRA have recently put together a great campaign #MakeFoodGood where they want to inspire people to "give a fork" about where and what they eat. They are asking chefs from within the SRA community to "make a pledge" to communicate the great sustainable things they are doing. We love an opportunity to shout about our fantastic initiatives so you didn't have to ask us twice to get involved!
Take a peak below at our fantastic Head Chef, Benoit Pépin from Kasbah Tamadot (and his sous chef Monsieur Mule) who have made a pledge to create menus, celebrating seasonal and local produce, starting with apples from Asni, the local village!
Keep an eye on our social channels to see what other pledges our chefs are making and remember #MakeFoodGood
Kasbah Tamadot - Atlas Tales
Festive cheer, camel rides and Yonka facials in the High Atlas
Goats, Gnaoua's and life in the High Atlas
Spring awakening in the Atlas Mountains
Adventures in the Atlas
Cashmere and champagne!
A Berber Feast
The Elders visit the High Atlas
Christmas & New Year in the Atlas Mountains