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Bounty Island

Bounty Island Review

"Uncomplicated, unspoilt, unbelievable" is this budget resort's slogan and although the no-frills food and accommodations are quite believable, they get everything else right. A sandy path leads between the resort's small bures—although their size is practically irrelevant given the hammocks and lounge chairs just outside their doors. Dorms, the larger of which are air-conditioned, have bunk beds, no views of the beach, and extremely basic, old bathrooms but, for this island setting, the price is right. The blinding white beach leads right up to a small pool; an activities bure where you can borrow snorkels, Hobie Cats, canoes, and book motorized water sports; and a bar room with a projection screen and pool table. The buffet-style meal plan is $60 per day and includes BBQs, roasts, lovos, and curry nights.

    Hotel Details

  • 22 bures, 7 dorms.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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