To maximize on the “greenness” of the community,
each house in Boca de Iguanas will have its own solar power
array for supplemental electricity as well as solar hot water,
and plumbing will connect to community gray water recycling system,
and sewage treatment plant.
Biologists oversee the mangrove conservation efforts and patrol
the beach for the seasonal turtle camp. Habitat is created for
the local iguana and tropical bird populations and a community
wide recycling program are ways we integrate the development
Natural surroundings are kept in a largely untouched state, juxtaposing
the striking ocean and tranquil beach with a mangrove ecosystem
that will also provide a backdrop to many of the development’s
eco-focused lifestyle. Cars will not be allowed: a covered parking
area is located at the entrance of the development. Walking & jogging
paths encourage a healthy lifestyle, and electric carts will
deliver owners right to their front doors.