As I walked to my bungalow on the beach, I was struck by the calmness of the crystal clear waters of the lagoon. The beach was light golden sand with tropical beach umbrellas and sun loungers. The bar and restaurant on the beach was in the perfect location for ordering a snack or cocktail without having to move from my sun lounger.
Most of the accommodations are on the beach, some with separate bedrooms to cater for families, and all have cooking facilities. The ensuites have outdoor showers, giving a delightful feeling of showering under the stars.
Filtered and ultra violet treated water is provided from the taps in each accommodation. This water is also available to the villagers free of charge.
The sheltered lagoon is ideal for swimming and snorkelling to the coral gardens, where the multi coloured tropical fish and the huge brain corals are a must see. I was fortunate to see turtles including some young ones.
The resort has a glass bottom boat, ideal for those who are reticent about snorkelling, For those interested in fishing; fishing charters operate from the lagoon.
If you stay at this resort, it will not be your last time.