The Baobab Beach Resort certainly has a lot to offer. From well furnished and decorated rooms, many of which feature great sea views to exquisite dining, a variety of water-sports and a picture perfect postcard beach well worth writing home about.
The resort comprises three luxurious properties – The Baobab, The Maridadi and Kole Kole, offering a unique selection of exquisite accommodation and facilities spread across the resort grounds. Although a fairly large resort with a total of 160 rooms, you won't feel like you have checked into a run of the mill resort. Individual service, extremely friendly staff and a personal touch all go a long way to making you feel as relaxed and comfortable as is possible.
The food is divine and you can choose to eat your lunch right out on the beach, especially if you just can't tear yourself away from the amazing view. And to work up an appetite for your next sumptuous meal, why not engage in any one of a number of water and land based activities on offer. You could explore pristine coral reefs, learn to windsurf or simply go for a romantic stroll.
Eco-Tourism at its best
Winner of the 2001 Environmental Award the management of Baobab Beach Resort prides itself in its efforts to protect the ancient indigenous coastal forest that surrounds the property. Set in one of the last vestiges of virgin coastal forest the hotel grounds are alive with dazzling butterflies and birds, brilliant flowers and blossoming vegetation as well as indigenous monkeys and forest dwelling wildlife. In addition, the Baobab Beach Resort uses solar power and an advanced Eco-friendly sewage disposal and water re-cycling system to ensure the property meets environmentally acceptable standards.
Baobab Beach Resort