DISCOVER OUR BALI ECO RESORT
Here’s a Bali Eco Resort that offers much more than just a vacation in paradise. The resort is a peaceful retreat and lodge center situated in a lush oasis – the perfect setting to nourish, recharge and heal your mind, body and spirit.
We invite you to come and stay in our luxurious villas and take part in expert-curated retreats and guided experiences in areas such as yoga, wellness, Bali arts and culture, photography, surfing and many more.
Enjoy our Balinese spa and open-air Yoga Sanctuary with views of the Indian Ocean and Mount Agung Volcano. Guests can also look forward to the Healing Pool, specifically created with relaxation and replenishment in mind. The grounds also feature an organic permaculture garden as well as a large open kitchen where our private chef will prepare delectable healthy meals, juices and snacks with locally grown organic nutrient-rich food. And anyone looking for action will find world-class surf steps away.
THE BALI TRI HITA KARANA
Our Bali Eco Resort is built accordingly and we based our approach on the fundamental Balinese Hindu doctrine of Tri Hita Karana. This Sanskrit term translates to “three paths to peacefulness and prosperity” and is based on a trio of harmonious relationships, the balance between humans and God, between humans and other humans, and the equilibrium of man and nature. When all three are in balance; harmony and prosperity is the result. Tri Hita Karana teaches us:
The Gods give us life and created nature.
Nature offers subsistence, nourishment, beauty, and fulfills all needs of human beings.
Human beings have an obligation to preserve nature, and to discuss and solve problems together.
We proudly say that our Bali Eco Resort is rooted in a deep commitment to the island’s environment, its people, and sustainable tourism. And we are proud to be an exemplary model for true sustainable living without sacrificing luxury, comfort, or convenience.
The Perfect Location
The idea of our Bali Eco Resort was conceived of many years before it was finally opened in 2012.
The land was purchased almost a decade earlier and donated to the village so they could grow whatever crops they needed most. This dedication to supporting the community continues today as we operate a multitude of initiatives to bring prosperity to our Balinese neighbors while protecting the sacred land on which we operate.
Each and every phase of construction and planning of the Bali Eco Resort was executed in strict accordance with Balinese tradition and culture.
Every decision from flooring materials to the items on our menu are carefully made to respect and preserve the way of life and traditions of local communities and to minimize our impact on the environment by adhering to a policy of environmental sustainability.
In today’s environment, sustainability should be a crucial concern for all building projects. This is especially true on Bali. In creating the best yoga retreat Bali has to offer, we have gathered a team of specialists to help make each decision more environmentally responsible, durable and safe. We have incorporated age-old Balinese wisdom; state of the art computer simulations, and just about everything in between to ensure our Bali eco-retreat is truly green and showcases environmentally accountable practices.
We strive to maintain the highest standards of excellence and seek to empower staff and guests alike to facilitate their full contribution to the environment and society in which they live and travel. To this end, we employ a proactive environmental policy, train our teams in ‘green’ thinking and encourage our guests to be as ‘green’ as possible.
For modern travel accommodation, being a true eco hotel involves much more than the obvious energy saving measures and having non-smoking rooms. Here’s a taste of how we provide genuine eco accommodations:
ECO DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
We have performed rigorous testing on site including soil, water, wind, sun, energy conservation and many more to ensure our buildings make the most environmentally sound use of our positioning, materials and construction techniques. This testing helped us plan the structure to withstand earthquakes, make the most of the sun’s power, advanced water use strategies, and the use of prevailing winds as an active source of natural ventilation.
We’ve tried to take this science a step further by incorporating living green walls and roofs into the lodge. The plants and soil will not only shield the rooms from the Bali heat, they will also capture and benefit from the rainfall and moisture, further saving on energy needs to cool the property.
Organic high quality biodegradable bath products are provided for each guest in reusable ceramic containers.
Only 100% organic, all natural ingredients are used in the creams, tinctures, oils and preparations for spa and massage treatments. Secret Royal recipes have been passed down for generations.
Some of our cups and plates are actually grown from corn and other plants that are organically processed to act like a strong plastic but are all natural, biodegradable and environmentally friendly.
Reduced Energy Usage
Solar charging stations for laptops, smartphones, cameras, etc.
Passive cooling ventilation systems – air-conditioning not required in over 80% of the building
Energy-efficient air conditioning
Energy efficient lighting, appliances and electronics
We are 100% self sufficient with our water usage. Not a drop is taken away from the farmers and no dirty water is introduced into the environment. We make use of massive rainwater harvesting systems.
Healing Pool: A natural saltwater process is used to run the pool and even the backwash, normally a massive source of unusable water, is naturally filtered so that it can be used to wash vehicles and the grounds. The water then is collected in massive ground tanks, filtered again, and used throughout resort and some even helps local farmers water their crops.
Low flow sinks, showers and special toilets are used to conserve water but still with high water pressure.
The massive beams holding up the structure’s namesake roof are made from ‘old coconut’. This means the tree has had a full and prosperous life and will no longer produce coconuts. Only then is the wood used so as not to deprive the Balinese of any food source. Water efficient machines.
Other Sustainability Practices
The hangers and some door handles are made from bamboo.
All left over food, paper and cardboard are composted for use in our organic gardens.
One of the most sustainable products on the property is used for the floor and lights of The Sanctuary. It is called strand woven bamboo and takes one of the planets most sustainable natural products, bamboo, and compresses it into extremely dense planks that have properties similar to hardwoods and will last for many years.
Bamboo is one of the most frequently used materials in our Bali Eco Resort as it is recognized as one of the most sustainable products on the planet. The railings are 100% bamboo as is some of the furniture, the bridges, flooring, door handles, and even the drinking straws.
The lodge only uses paints that are eco-friendly.
No plastic straws, only bamboo.
LOCAL COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Free Education – at the lodge, we offer classes in yoga, English, sustainable agriculture, permaculture and more to the friendly people of our village and all Balinese free of charge.
Organic Farming Subsidies – We subsidize local farmers so they can grow organic, nutrient rich food free of chemicals and pesticides.
Sustainable Living Education – We provide learning opportunities both through educational programs and by demonstrating examples of sustainable living within our local community, Bali as a whole and all those that come to our eco-retreat.
Donation Programs – at the Bali Eco Resort, we regularly holds events in which we can provide tangible assistance for important community needs. Through our donation programs, we are helping people in need in our community and throughout many villages in Bali.
Eco-Tourism– efforts are aimed at conserving precious natural resources and diverting waste from the already overflowing landfills.
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