Our core values
Pacific Pearls Lodge was built with only the best indigenous sourced woods, bamboo, products, resources and labor, bringing as much work and help to the local communities. The resort is geared for NO environmental impact, including a treatment plant that will purify the water up to 90% before being used to irrigate the landscape (never entering the ocean), with compost waste being treated and used as fertilizer, and all solar power for a 100% "off grid" experience.
Being one of Guatemala's most pristine natural beaches, most of the canals in Sipacate are currently a natural reserve, and Pacific Pearls Lodge's owners and managers endeavor to do everything in its power to protect the natural habitat, its communities and people. Pacific Pearls Lodge is working closely with government agencies (such as Conap, Ocret and the local municipalities) for the protection of the local beaches, mangroves, canals and turtle sanctuaries. We have so far planted over 1000 palm trees and hundreds of mangrove buds on the property, adding greatly to the natural beauty, in addition to doing more than our share to keep the beaches clean & recycling trash.