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April 29, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

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Topas Ecolodge consists of 33 separate bungalows are built in scarlet style with private balcony facing the great mountains. A lodge is a perfect place for relaxing in our heated pool or the spa or for active visitors enjoying trekking and mountain biking.

Responsibility

Topas Ecolodge is a responsible and sustainable lodge situated on a quiet hilltop in the spectacular Sapa valley in northern Vietnam. Topas Ecolodge has nurtured strong relationships with the local hill tribe and with each passing year, the lodge conceives new ways to give back to these communities that are so integral to their operation. Besides, the lodge invested in improving infrastructure for many of the area villages, with projects that range from building schools and bridges to improving water filtration and recycling systems.

Business Case

The lodge also engages community members on a more regular basis by offering ample employment opportunities and sharing resources. For example, water from their freshwater reserve is used by neighbours, leftover food is donated for livestock, and locals who tend lodge-owned paddies are invited to keep the harvest for their families. In the coming year, Topas plans to build a shop where Red Dao ladies can sell their crafts.

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Topas Ecolodge consists of 33 separate bungalows are built in scarlet style with private balcony facing the great mountains. A lodge is a perfect place for relaxing in our heated pool or the spa or for active visitors enjoying trekking and mountain biking.

Topas Ecolodge is a responsible and sustainable lodge situated on a quiet hilltop in the spectacular Sapa valley in northern Vietnam. Topas Ecolodge has nurtured strong relationships with the local hill tribe and with each passing year, the lodge conceives new ways to give back to these communities that are so integral to their operation. Besides, the lodge invested in improving infrastructure for many of the area villages, with projects that range from building schools and bridges to improving water filtration and recycling systems.

The lodge also engages community members on a more regular basis by offering ample employment opportunities and sharing resources. For example, water from their freshwater reserve is used by neighbours, leftover food is donated for livestock, and locals who tend lodge-owned paddies are invited to keep the harvest for their families. In the coming year, Topas plans to build a shop where Red Dao ladies can sell their crafts.

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