Sustainable Design and Wildlife Conservation at Disney Lookout Cay

Disney has long been committed to protecting the natural beauty of The Bahamas and has worked to have as little impact on the environment as possible throughout the design, construction, and operation of Disney Lookout Cay.

We’ve developed less than 16% of Disney Lookout Cay, leaving the overwhelming majority of land in its natural state. As guests explore the island destination, they can try to spot Disney’s sustainable design and building like elevated walkways and even an innovative, open-trestle pier.

Disney has also committed to sending zero waste to landfill, and 90% of the destination’s energy demand will be from renewable sources.

“Disney Lookout Cay at Lighthouse Point is full of unique native animal and plant species, and I am proud of our conservation team who have been working for many years to help create this magical cruise destination where nature can continue to thrive,” said Dr. Mark Penning, Vice President, Disney’s Animals, Science and Environment.

“Disney Lookout Cay is another example of how Disney is taking meaningful and measurable action to protect nature and support a healthier planet for people and wildlife.”

Disney’s team of Bahamian on-site conservation experts continues to implement a variety of long-standing conservation initiatives like coral restoration projects, bird tagging programs, native plant preservation and more.