Our forest camp blends into the forest environment and has been designed to conserve our six-acre site for generations to come.
- We will occupy only around one-quarter of the site in total. It will teach the children and local community the value of sustainable, environmentally sensitive lives.
- A large multi-purpose solar building has been built to support a 13-panel solar-electric system and the recycling/composting center.
- We have installed organic toilets in the children’s cabins and a biodigestor waste-treatment plant.
- An organic kitchen garden has been created. It provides food for the camp and a safe environment where children can learn how to grow food at home.
- Natural materials such as palm fronds, rattan, cane, river rocks from the valley below and adobe bricks made on-site are paired with steel and concrete to withstand damage from natural disasters, flooding and earth tremors.
- The central El Nido building has been designed to withstand serious damage from earthquakes of up to 7.0 on the Richter Scale.