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Boduhithi Coral Island
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Overview : Boduhithi is the largest of Club Vacanza's 5 resort's in the country and the only one that is still very much in the "club" style. All the guests are Italian, there are lots of organized activities and there are 20 Italian staff members whose job is to get everyone involved.
The island has good natural growth but only two significant beaches. This, however, is all that seems to be required. One beach is around the main jetty, in front of the bar/lounge. This is the "noisy" beach where everybody congregates for canoeing, windsurfing, water aerobics, dancing on the beach (to music from the bar) and general lively interaction.
The "quiet" beach is on the northern tip of the island and is a large, wide open stretch of white sand. It is also popular but there are no boats, boards or music. This is the spot of getting down to serious sun-tanning. Most of the rest of the island is walled in. The low, cement-topped, coral wall is not too unattractive and it is broken up by occasional steps down to the shallow water and soft sand.
As always, the food is excellent. The meals are buffet and the selection is comprehensive. There is always a choice of pasta dishes, plus plenty of salads and fruits. The tables sit eight, so guests mix and meet in an easy way.
The general atmosphere is not at all snobby or exclusive, but friendly
and easy going. The resort is run smoothly in a relaxed manner. As long
as you know what you are letting yourself in for when you book a holiday
here, you will thoroughly enjoy it.
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