The Baobab Beach Resort and Spa offers a spectacular beach and nature experience set within a tropical environment in harmony with Kenya’s nature.
Located within one of the last vestiges of virgin coastal forest the hotel grounds are alive with dazzling butterflies and birds, brilliant flowers and blossoming vegetation as well as indigenous monkeys and forest dwelling wildlife.
Sustainability is a key component of the concept at all levels of the operation and the certifications awarded to the resort enforce this commitment. Discover an unspoilt tropical Paradise at the Baobab Beach Resort - winner of the 2006 and 2007 TUI Environmental Champion award.
The Resort conforms to a sustainable energy saving plan. Power lines have been installed underground (in order to protect monkeys and other types of wildlife). Additionally, we use solar panels to supplement our water heating needs. The property itself uses the latest technology in energy efficient equipment and lighting.
As part of our environmental commitment several measures are in place to reduce water consumption across the resort. A state of the art water management system filters and cleanses waste water for use across the extensive gardens for irrigation proposes. The resort also features an advanced eco-friendly sewage disposal system to ensure the property meets environmentally acceptable standards.
Management and staff pride themselves in their efforts to protect the ancient indigenous coastal forest surrounding the property. All management and staff have undergone extensive training on energy saving techniques and practices, and adhere to our annual energy saving goals. All employees have also received training on waste management and recycling practices.
The resort conforms to an extensive and rigorous recycling program. All areas of the hotel are equipped with recycling receptacles,. Additionally, we have a composting system to deal with our organic waste.
As part of our commitment to community development Baobab Beach Resort supports a number of local education and community projects.
Kwale School for Mentally Challenged - This Association supports the Diani children's village, located in a neighbouring village.
Watoto - A charitable society registered in Germany which provides sponsorships for children in Kenya from Kindergarten onwards. http://www.watoto.de/
UPENDO – A home for orphans in Ukunda in Kenya, providing a stable environment for children and dedicated care. www.ucv-ukunda.de