I went back for a second holiday at Safari Lodge over the new year period. Again I thoroughly enjoyed it. Again a lot of wakeboarding, kayaking and SUPing. All the gear is right there on your door step. This time I even started to learn kite surfing. Unfortunately the wind dropped after a couple of days and I didn't quite make it to the surfing part of it. Will just have to come back for more.
It's a great place for people who like a relaxed and laid back holiday. Things don't always work as planned on a small island, but who needs plans on holiday. The food was great, the staff very friendly and helpful and made you feel welcome.More