How Eco are we?

Updated: Apr 7, 2018


Eco-Logic gardening: visit our veggie garden an leran about a biological and ecological way of growing local vegetables.
Eco-Logic gardening

“Eco tourism is tourism that respects the local environment. ...

and eco-tourism is tourism that damages the local environment (nature & culture) as little as possible.”

At Eco-Logic, Resort for Charity we do our best to aim for a positive effect.


Together with local authorities and local people - Eco-Logic organizes small scale eco-tourism in Southern Thailand (in the village of PakSong, Phato District).


We are absolutely not fanatical, but with all actions, activities, projects and decisions Eco-Logic tries to choose the option that damages the local environment as little as possible. 

 In addition, Eco-Logic runs several projects that generate a positive effect on the environment. 



Home grown veggies: used for your meals
Home grown veggies

For those who are interested, we are more than happy to inform you about all our projects. Or even better, take you on a personal tour of our green initiatives on our premises in Paksong:

  • Organic Farm (vegetables, herbs, fruit, mushrooms, fish and chicken farm)

  • Solar Aquaponics Fish and Vegetable Farm 

  • Natural Clay Building Project

  • Water Filter Systems

  • Natural Bio-Gas System 

  • ‘Say No to Plastic Bags' Project

  • Recycle Bank project for local kids

  • Environmental Educational Projects 

  • Thai Culture and Language Courses

  • Electricity via Solarpanels in our restaurant


Fun@the farm: come and help out in our veggie gardens!
Come and help out in our veggie gardens

Eco-Logic respects the local environment by:

  • Creating financial benefits for locals by preserving and enjoying nature 

  • Hiring only local paid staff

  • Paying fair salaries and providing insurance

  • Stimulating maintenance of local lifestyle and skills 

  • Promoting education on nature preservation and organic farming  

  • Using local and seasonal products in our kitchen where possible

  • Starting a community garden in 2018

  • Sharing all knowledge and skills with guests, visitors and local people