Home Page

About Balamku
Where we are
Prices and Reservations
Photo Gallery
What's New Contact Us

Translate this page!
In keeping with our philosophy of protecting the natural elements, our inn is designed to be environmentally low impact with a strong emphasis on renewable energy and ecological systems.
We believe that we have an obligation to protect the environment and reduce the impact of tourism by using eco-efficient energy and water systems, waste management practices and preserving the natural environment.



All of our energy is provided by solar panels and wind generation. Our lights and ceiling fans are energy efficient.


All the water from the showers and sinks supports constructed wetlands, providing controlled nutrition to a variety of plants. The toilets are low-flush, reducing water usage and the waste is filtered into composting units eliminating septic tanks. This is extremely important when building so close to the sea.

The planning design of Balamku considered the protection of the many local species of trees and plants. We are proud of our efforts to protect the endangered trees on the property which include a variety of palms, zapote (the original source of chewing gum), sea grapes (Uvas) and more. We are continuously planting hibiscus, bougainvillea, banana trees, papaya, melon, watermelon, salvia (aloe vera), cactus and other local species.

Each unit is situated to maximize the natural ventilation as well as the view of the sea.



Open Video Streaming Forum
Open Unikron's Home Page Open Video Streaming Services Home Page Open Video Streaming Forum Have a Question? ASK US!