When you’re not snorkeling, there’s plenty to do.
Take out one of our kayaks.
Enjoy a mountain hike: there’s a spectacular three kilometer hike behind the resort, tough but beautiful; or we can arrange for a hike up the mountain at Nadamole village; or just walk along the road towards Jean-Michel Cousteau resort.
Book a relaxing spa massage.
Visit the Flora Tropica gardens with their rich collection of palms and other plants just four kilometres down the road.
Go and see how chocolate is grown and made at KokoMana chocolate farm and factory just behind the resort.
Cool off at a nearby waterfall.
Splash around in a thermal mud pool – cover yourself in warm organic mud and then plunge into the river to wash it all off.
Visit to a nearby village where you can enjoy the thunderous meke dance!
Do your own yoga practice in our beautiful yoga shala (mats, bolsters, blocks, straps and blankets all available).
Take a trip to go bird watching: in particular there’s a site where you can often see the rare silktail which is unique to the Tunaloa peninsula at the eastern end of our island.
You might also be interested in our painting, yoga and singing retreats – have a look at what we have planned https://paradisecourses.com/