The resort is located right on the beach in front of a reef on the Anda Peninsula. From the airport you will be picked up by a normal car; the journey takes about 2 hours. Inside the complex next to the main house with about 10 rooms there are two accessible bungalows with large bathrooms and an open-air shower. The restaurant is accessible too via stone tile paths. The paths were already renewed before and during our stay. In the dive center you can rent equipment for diving and snorkeling and experiences wheelchair-divers can go diving by boat. There is also a swimming pool with steps. We had a shower wheelchair with us and the staff helped me every time to get in and out of the pool with it. The beach is accessible via a wooden ramp, the strip of sand is not very wide and the way into the water is quite shallow. Snorkel fans will find many fishes on the reef.

The restaurant offers a range of international and regional dishes that were really delicious. On request, you can also pre-order fresh fish from the neighboring fishermen. The staff always asks for the order during the day, so that everything can be served at the same time – a bit unusual, but so the hunger for dinner grows the hole day 😉

The hotel also offers sightseeing trips to the nearest attractions. We visited the Loboc River, which was fun. In general, the management makes every effort to make the stay for travelers with disabilities as unproblematic and enjoyable as possible. Really fantastic!