The elegant interiors are spacious and each chalet includes a veranda. The Luxury beach chalets feature en-suite bathroom with shower, ceiling fan, air-conditioning, four-poster bed with mosquito net, twin wash basins, outside shower, private lounge, mini bar, 2 seating lounges and a private walkway to the beach.
The executive suites boast sophisticated finishes such as slate flooring, plastered surfaces and soft lighting and features an en-suite bathroom, double basin, separate vanity area, shower, air-conditioning, king size four-poster bed with mosquito netting, mini bar, coffee and tea making facilities, 2 seating lounges, private outside shower and private walkway to the beach.
The suites stretch along the beach with the wood, thatch and natural colours providing a blend of elegance and African Island beauty.
Marlin Lodge boasts a tranquil freshwater pool is set in a glade of Coconut and Ilala palms and guests can enjoy lunch in this idyllic tropical setting.
Dinners at Marlin Lodge range from semi-formal in the dining room to tables on the beach amidst flaming torches, with a choice of crisp salads, spicy poultry, and limitless local seafood in a blend of Afro-Asian and Portuguese cuisine.
There is much for guests to do at Marlin Lodge with the translucent waters rich in marine life. Scuba diving and snorkeling in the warm tropical waters offer guests a chance to interact with a stunning variety of fish and coral in clear and safe waters. The area is an anglerís paradise, whether deep sea game fishing for Marlin and Sailfish or saltwater fly fishing or shore fishing. The abundance of fish species makes for some of the best fishing on the African continent.
For land based activities, guests can scale the highest dunes on a round-the-island tour, enjoy a catered picnic on a deserted isle or slip across the azure shallows on a sailboat.
There are a number of water activities available for guests at Marlin Lodge including birding and beach walks, wind-surfing, catamaran sailing, kite-flying, ski-paddling, water-skiing, para sailing, knee-boarding and water-snaking.
The elegant elevated wooden structures snake along the back of the chalets to connect them to the main area with the centre piece being a living and dining area where guests can enjoy the African beauty while sipping cocktails.