The lodge is made up of 9 individual villas, spaced around the island so that some take advantage of the sunrise and some the sunset. Eeach villa is attended on by a butler host, and has incredible sea views, outdoor deck and sun loungers, an outdoor shower and huge daybed to relax on under the sun. The largest and most luxurious of them all, Villa Quilalea, also comes with it’s own plunge pool, although with all the villas being just steps away from the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, it is doubtful how much this actually gets used.
The four Kaskazi villas have stylish décor and are just a few steps to the white sandy beach. Each features a private deck with sun loungers and a daybed. The four Kusi villas occupy the prime locations on the island. These feature spacious bathrooms with an additional outdoor shower, as well as a private pool, beach sala, deck and sun loungers. Finally, the cliff-top Villa Quilalea is located in its own private part of the island, from where guests can enjoy magnificent views over the seas. It features an extended outdoor deck and private dining area, guests can access the ocean from their own cliff top step-ladder, and this leads down into a private alcove with a small beach at low tide, and immediate swimming and snorkelling at high tide. Villa Quilalea also has it's own private pool.
You don’t need to worry about having to take a boat from the island to get your snorkelling and diving fixes as here you can do these straight off the beach. Throughout the year the island also offers different joys such as whale watching from July to November, and turtle nesting from November through to April. You can also go kayaking, deep sea fishing, on island excursions to see the giant boababs, or on a cultural trip to see the ruins on nearby Ibo Island.