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As other recent reviewers have noted, the accommodations are rustic at best. Cold salt water showers and inconsistent electricity should not cost this much. We traveled there to do some scuba diving only to stay for four days and go on exactly zero dives. While...More
I had the misfortune of booking our extended family into Nyati for my wife’s birthday and our anniversary celebrations. From the minute we stepped through the airport doors we were met with one disaster after the next. Having travelled extensively around the globe, we can...More
Apart from being situated in a very superb remote location between the Indian Ocean and an a very quiet estuary full of fish and pink flmaningos, the Lodge itself is quite disappointing (salt water for showering, no internet access, poor cellphone communication, limited food and...More
The closest you can get to be Robinson Crusoe in total comfort ! the lodge is located on a totaly deserterd peninsula and very stylish . you have to be in love or reading books as you are far away froim everything .... very nice...More
This place is excellent and well worth the visit, it is totally peaceful, and the Dive Master Kerry a bundle of excited energy that is a joy to be around.
we couldn't have asked for more, greeted by a glass of juice on the way...More
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