Bolivia's 'Ecolodge Del Lago' Offers Sustainable Travel Lodging

By: Katherine Pendrill - May 21, 2015
References: ecocopacabana & lockerdome
Inspired by Andean Lak'a Uta architecture, the sustainable earth cabins at Bolivia's 'Ecolodge Del Lago' offer guests an eco-friendly travel option. A short walk from Copacabana's town center and just a stone's throw from Lake Titicaca, these earthy guest houses are the perfect choice for sustainable vacation accommodation.

Each rustic earth cabin has been constructed differently, meaning no two cabins are identical. The cabins are made entirely from local stones adobe and straw, with a distinctive thatched roof overhead. The cabins run on solar water heaters and each kitchen features a small mud oven for cooking. Designed for maximum relaxation, each unit has a beautiful private garden for enjoying the warm weather and charming scenery.

While there may be no television or computer, these eco-friendly travel cabins offer guests an opportunity to embrace the natural environment in a rustic and stress-free setting.