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Let’s Go Local: Mango Bay Resort Opened March 1st And Likuri Island Resort Offers Fun Getaway

Mango Bay Resort on the Coral Coast opened for operation on March 1 after 24 months of closure
02 Mar 2022 14:20
Let’s Go Local: Mango Bay Resort Opened March 1st And Likuri Island Resort Offers Fun Getaway
Aerial view of Mango Bay Resort. Photo: Maxim Chervyakov

Mango Bay Resort on the Coral Coast opened its doors on March 1, 2022.

After 24 months of closure, the family-owned resort, focused on eco-friendly, traditional and rustic styled accommodation is newly-renovated property but still boasts a touch of the old.

When asked what locals can expect when they book a stay, resort owner and manager, Ed Duffy said: “We are a small but intimate resort, without the crowds, the main roads, traffic and noise!

“We are a place where people come to switch off from their busy schedules, rejuvenate, recharge and enjoy the quietness and tranquillity of nature.”

The upgrades were for the beachfront bures, garden lodges and a bar area.

“We are still building in very traditional ways using natural thatching for the roofs and local native timber,” Mr Duffy said.

“The resort sits on 14 acres of land and has its own private bay with amazing access to inshore lagoons for snorkelling and exploring.”

And for those who love to travel with their pets, he added, “We are a pet-friendly resort for behaved and trained companions with our own resident dogs, Mango and Pablo, who are usually an instant hit with guests.”

 

The Robinson Crusoe Island tour will take you to Likuri Island Resort.

The Robinson Crusoe Island tour will take you to Likuri Island Resort.

Likuri Island Resort
For another Coral Coast adventure, hop onboard Robinson Crusoe Island tour that takes you to Likuri Island Resort.

Sales and Marketing manager Seta Raiyawa said the island had a range of fun activities for children and adults alike.

“Children are encouraged to join in our fish dives, weaving, coconut husking, building bonfires and learning how to make lovo – they kids have fun!”

Adults can also enjoy a host of activities like sea kayaks and stand-up paddle boards, ancient pottery site tour, a medicine plant tour as well as great entertainment in the art of fire dancing and cultural performances and delicious sunset dinners – the perfect place to enjoy quality time with friends, family and loved ones.
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