Ongoing Projects in Sri Lanka
Establishing sustainable green eco-touristic 4 to 5 stars resorts in Sri Lanka.
A 25-room chalet type green eco-resort spread across an area of 4 acres in the Dutch Bay Island, Kalpitiya, Sri Lanka that mimics the local authenticity of the area and Sri Lanka in general.
Located in the North Western Province in Sri Lanka, Kalpitiya is an upcoming and developing tourism destination in the country.
Kalpitiya remains an important attraction from ecological, physical, archeological and socio-cultural standpoint with the full tourism potential of the destination being hardly explored at present.
Considering the unique features of this area we have proposed a 25 room property in order to ensure minimal disturbances to the natural environment and also to ensure that an optimal experience is given to the clients.
Additionally given the nature of the land area in the proposed location, it would be unfeasible to construct the property in an area less than the proposed 4 acre margin in order to ensure that the physical carrying capacity of the place is not exceeded.
In addition to the above, to truly make this green eco-touristic resort in line with the values of the triple bottom line we also propose the below actions, ideologies as they would allow this resort to encompass the holistic idea of making this hotel an eco-friendly green resort:
Mangrove planting and conservation project with the active participation of the community and guests
Financing model: Blue & Green Bonds; sponsoring and donations
Ongoing negotiations with local partner for establishing a representative office in Colombo.