Eco Lodges: Asia

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Kali Manik Eco Resort

On the northern coast, three artistically designed grass-roof, bamboo, cob and wood cottages with wonderful views over the ocean and river bay. They have more than two and a half acres of organic tropical flower, fruit and vegetable gardens, along with a wide unspoilt sand beach with old trees, and many undisturbed places to guarantee surprises for visitors of all ages. We have an open air restaurant right on the beach serving fine Indonesian and international cuisine and a wide range of refreshing drinks with the ingredients from their own organic gardens.

Sarinbuana Ecolodge -

A haven for nature lovers, Sarinbuana is located at 750m on the slopes of Mount Batukaru in central Bali, 5 minutes from protected forest and with spectacular views of southern Bali and the mountain peak. It offers hand crafted bungalows surrounded by a lush tropical forest. Low impact construction, use of natural consumables, organic food and employment of local staff only all form part of their sustainability policy.


Eco lodges Indonesia -

Four eco friendly hotels for accommodation in Bali, Borneo (Kalimantan), Flores (Komodo) and Sumatra. Experience komodo dragons, ride on Sumatran elephants, see Sumatran rhinos and tigers, observe orangutans, gibbons, tarsiers and monkeys in their natural habitat... They emphasise environmental protection through education of guests and staff, recycling of water and waste as well as efficient use of electricity, solar power, solar heating and have a worm farm for composting.


Banpako Ecolodge -

Ecological hotel on an ancient temple site where our ancestors lived some 2000 years ago, located by the Nam Ngum river, some 50 km from Vientiane, capital of Laos. Built with natural materials in a traditional style, the lodge, has a spectacular view of the Ngum River, forest and the Phu Kha Khouai Mountains. The solar powered accommodation is oriented towards the river or towards the jungle to give a choice of different experiences, along with their famous Lao herbal sauna.


Enigmata Treehouse Lodge, Camiguin -

Originally known as Tarzan's Nest Resort, the lodge is nestled among the hills and waterfalls of the enchanting Camiguin Island in Mindanao. It was built by musician Ben Aicha, and is now home to a group of vibrant Mindanao artists called the Enigmata Creative Circle, who are led by Talaandig musician and visual artist Waway Linsahay Saway. Their aim is to open the eyes of people through biodiversity and art education, and develop a deeper sense of relationship with nature, responsibility and accountability of the world's resources. There is a choice of accomodation in the colourfully decorated garden house or the dramatic eagles nest suite.

Sri Lanka

Galapita Healing Garden -
A sanctuary with open walled pavilions made of natural renewable materials and nestled among protected pockets of forests, paddy fields, waterfalls and a lake along the meandering river of gems. At Galapita Healing Garden , the knowledge of Ayurveda is combined with gem therapy, yoga and nutritious cuisine to address health concerns and help bring balance to the chakras.

With all the charm of a desert island, Dolphin View Eco Lodge nestles between the sea and the salt pans at the tip of town of Kalpitiya. The principle activity on offer is the opportunity to watch dolphins and whales according to season. in Accommodation is in four chalets with ocena views.


Koh Ra Ecolodge -
located in the Andaman Sea of southern Thailand. If you are looking for a truly unique nature experience in Thailand, then we invite you to stay with us on Koh Ra and explore the pristine jungle, private beach, coral reefs and hidden bays of this amazing island. Our goal is to offer guests a simple yet comfortable place to stay in the heart of the most natural stretch of coastline remaining in Thailand, and the closest island to world-renowned Surin National Park. We strive to do this in a way that is sustainable and responsible by helping protect and even improve the local environment and provide benefits to the local communities that depend on the natural resources here.



Topas Ecolodge - Set on two cone-shaped hills in the spectacular Sapa valley of Northern Vietnam, the lodge aims to provide simplicity, quality and character. It consists of 25 individual lodges placed in a circle around the hills, and enjoys breathtaking views across the scenic valleys below, which are home to villages of the Tay and Red Dao minorities. Topas is based on ecological principles, including the use of solar technology to supply each lodge with energy and hot water, and a wastewater facility to avoid pollution of the local area. They employ local people and use local products and goods in order to bring economic benefits to the local community.

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