MAHAMAYA is strongly committed to our environmental responsibilities and our sustainability programme. To minimise our impact on the limited island resources we invested heavily in modern eco technology from the outset, with a complete bio sewage water recycling system and our fresh water is supplied using reverse osmosis technology. We encourage guests to minimise water consumption and laundry to preserve our precious island water resources and to reduce our carbon footprint. Our design maximises air-flow which should reduce air conditioning usage. We do not provide televisions in our rooms except our family/two bedroom suites in order to minimise our impact on the island electricity resources but also to encourage guests to explore the beautiful natural environment. We apply a reduce plastic policy and we do not provide plastic straws or sell plastic bottled water in our resort to minimise our impact on the natural environment. We focus on fresh food with our seasonal daily specials menu, supplied from our small cottage garden and we purchase mainly fresh local produce.

We are aware of our corporate social responsibilities and we endeavour to support and respect the traditions of our local community. Our resort provides employment for local islanders and we invest in the island’s future with our well-established training programme for our 2 local high schools, SMK Tanjung and SMK Pemenang. We are a strong supporter of local underprivileged charities with our company matched giving scheme. We are currently a strong supporter of a local underprivileged, sick and disabled children’s charity - Lombok’s forgotten Children which is managed by the Endi Foundation.

We are located on a tiny island with limited water and electricity resources. We do occasionally experience periods of extreme fresh water shortages and also times with reduced electrical power supply, especially in peak periods. Please forgive us any lapse or reduction in power and appreciate our sustainability efforts in making MAHAMAYA your preferred choice on the Gili Islands.