Any lakeside resort that is spread across 45 acres is likely to have a natural lean to it, and the Amaya Lake is no exception: the gardens are literally teeming with wildlife. Each chalet has its own space, including plenty of room to simply relax and take it all in from.
There is also an open-air restaurant and a range of leisure facilities, including nature trails and a spa treatment facility alongside a large pool and deck area.
Leisure: canoeing, hiking, on-site entertainment, swimming pools, spa/sauna, tennis
Rooms: 106 private chalets
Combine the island’s top wildlife crowd pleasers with some magnificent hidden gems and cultural highlights before spending some time on the beach.