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Arakan Nature Lodge

“Arakan Nature Lodge stands for the adventure of bringing a positive impact in an environment-loving, culturally sensitive way to one of Myanmar's most beautiful yet deprived regions.”

Indeed, this Lodge is different to anything else in Myanmar. In fact, it is different to anything else that we have seen anywhere.

Situated in the township of Gwa, Arakan Nature Lodge is about a 3 hour-drive south of Ngapali Beach in Rakhine State on the Western Coast of Myanmar. It is a world away from the resorts and luxury hotels upstate.

Many places claim to be ‘eco’ these days but nothing is quite like this Lodge which is 100% powered by solar and features rain showers and luxury composting toilets. The design of the minimalist bungalows is based on traditional Rakhine architecture, accentuated open fronts, allowing a sea breeze to naturally cool the interiors. They are spacious and elegant and ensure that the beauty of their surroundings remain centre stage. Each is slightly different, with most of the furniture having been crafted by local carpenters in Yangon.

One can visit the village monastery and pagoda and take boat trips to a couple of nearby islands. However the real pleasure of staying at Arakan Nature Lodge is savouring the crystal water, pristine sand, and tranquil environs.