Each are 40 square meters (650 sq. ft approx.) and have one double bedroom with one king-size double bed, one single sofa bed and verandah and can comfortably sleep 3 and has its own en suite toilet with hot water shower. Each room has a private courtyard and an additional outdoor shower
Each are 60 square meters (850 sq. ft approx.) and have two double bedrooms with two king-size double beds, two single sofa beds or verandah and can comfortably sleep six and has its own en suite toilet with hot water shower. Alternatively you may reserve a family tent with one king sized bed and two single beds. Each tent has a private courtyard and an additional outdoor shower.
If it’s rest and relaxation that you are looking for, your search ends at Dolphin Beach. The soothing throb of the mighty Indian Ocean and the gentle rustling of palm fronds, combine with unspoilt golden beaches to make Dolphin Beach an oasis of paradise.
Spacious, air-conditioned tents offer a decadent space of relaxation after a hard day of sun and fun, providing a perfect balance between romance and adventure. Dotted amidst a grove of coconut palms, and set well apart, the custom-made tents take their names from the different species of dolphins – Spinner, Bottlenose, Humpback, Risso’s, Fraser, Spotted and Striped, etc .
Each tent features a spacious verandah, providing welcome shade during the day. Sumptuous interiors with king-size beds and unique furnishings turn these living spaces into an intimate and cozy hideaway. Chic en suite bathrooms, replete with rain-showers top off the ultimate luxury tented-living experience. Each pavilion has it's own adjacent, enclosed, outdoor space where you can relax in complete seclusion. Like the rest of the resort, every pavilion features full telephone, internet connectivity, turn down and room service
As you soak in the sun and revel in the action by day, be pampered by our spontaneous but unobtrusive hospitality. At days end, sink into blissful slumber, lulled by the sound of crashing waves and the wind rustling through the thatch.
This is certainly not camping…its paradise redefined.