It is a hidden gem of the Indian Ocean, an ecological retreat with a relaxed and discreet style. Of approximately 86 acres (35 hectares) in size, the island is completely uninhabited. It is covered with autochthonous vegetation, with ancient baobab forests and an impressive flora and fauna. It has 4 large sandy beaches, the villas stretch along 2 of them, the main beach always has boat access and is a beautiful home to dozens of nested turtles. It is a true paradise for lovers of marine life and the experiences around i
Nature walk on Baobab Island, Mangrove Kayaking, Diving and Padi Courses, Snorkeling and guided diving excursions, Deep sea fishing and many more activities
All villas have a unique energy control system by which guests can take control of their own eco-footprint. All the amenities are there if you wish, including mini bar and air conditioning, or have your villa chilled by the natural breeze. The villas can be configured as king size or twin, with large mosquito net and bathroom, including indoor and outdoor showers and double vanities. Outdoors there are beds and sunbeds on the terrace.illa Quilalea also has a bathroom with bath and separate dressing room, canopy bed and extension of the living area. Private infinity pool, living / dining room, large terraces, relaxation areas, gym and an incredibly private location, including access to the sea from a cliff staircase. Each “public” area of the hotel is designed with its particular ethos in mind, creating unique vibrations and experiences from which guests will find their favorite haven, be it a hammock under the trees, relax in the bar or in the pool.he main bar includes a cold area with large cushions to rest.
Guests can choose between three categories of villas: 4 Kaskazi Villas, 4 Kusi Villas and Villa Quilalea. Kusi Villas have premium locations, with an additional outside shower and beach room. Villa Quilalea, on top of a cliff, offers the most amazing accommodation in the entire archipelago, with a private plunge pool, bathroom, dressing room, outdoor shower and its own separate living / dining room. The island can also be reserved in its entirety for a completely private experience.
Blessed with a tropical climate, temperatures rarely fall below 24°C—even at night. The water is gloriously warm with a temperature that ranges between 24-30°C. Throughout the year, the East African Trade winds bring welcoming cool breezes and our villas are positioned to take advantage of the relief from the heat they bring. The Islands are not strongly affected by local weather patterns and tend to receive, on average, a quarter of the rainfall received by the mainland