Mana Earthly Paradise is a next generation hotel run by Earth Company. Through the villas made of earth bags, probiotic food Mana Kitchen provide, and conscious products sell at Mana Market, Mana aims to nourish life of all around us. Mana strive to be part of the solution not the problem.
The profit from your stay goes to fund Earth Company’s work to support the changemakers across the Asia Pacific.
Lighting accounts for 6% of total CO2 emissions. At Mana Earthly Paradise 100% of lighting is powered by solar energy using the JouleBox solar system.
- RAINWATER HARVESTING
Bali suffers from water shortage. To avoid taking precious water from the Balinese people, Mana try to be self-sufficient by collecting rainwater to supply the entire facilities. The rainwater is captured from the roofs, filtered and sterilized to potable quality before distributed throughout the hotel so tap water is safe to drink here!
- WASTEWATER GARDEN
Water pollution is widespread in Bali. The wastewater from the kitchen, showers and toilets are fed into the wastewater gardens and reused to grow plants and trees. In the wastewater gardens, Mana reproduce the conditions of natural wetlands—the “kidneys of the Earth”— so that Mana don’t pollute the water of the island we love so much!
- 40% of the staff works at Mana comes from local community. We are actively educate them on sustainability. Work while looking after the environment.
- Single-use plastic free at Mana market and eco villas and striving to reach this standard in Mana kitchen
- Minimizes and composts food waste at our Permaculture Garden
- We are giving tour daily to the guests at Mana on all the eco practices we use.
- EARTH-BAG BUILDINGS
Mana Earthy Paradise features 6 earth bag buildings that are the epitome of eco-architecture. They are durable, ecological and have slow heat transfer.