The lodge consists of several large "tented" rooms. The only "eco" part I could notice was that the water taps would only run 10 seconds before you had to tap them again. The shower drain in our room was clogged and we could not get it fixed until the next day, and the mosquito tent on one of the beds was too small to close. We had to hang some clothes over the opening until they bought another net the next day to cover the gap. Electricity was limited, from a generator. Despite location out of town, it was noisy with music in the evening and lots of cattle sounds all night long. The food was only OK, despite our guide saying we should expect the best of the trip - one evening was a limited buffet that they closed up quickly, the second night had some average a la carte choices. Maybe the chef others mention was not there. WiFi was from 5 to 7PM only, and then only while sitting next to the bar. But, once connected, it worked fine. Lots of upside if they keep at it.