If your idea of an unforgettable holiday demands tropical beaches, white sands, hot island weather, the warm waters of the
Indian Ocean and a relaxed atmosphere, you have come to the right place.
Baleia À Vista Holiday Accommodation are in permanent tents, constructed onto a wooden deck.
You can choose between a superior tent (accommodating only two people), a single tents (accommodating a maximum of four people in an open area) and
Double Tents which are two tents (accommodating a maximum of four people each in a tent) situated next to each other on a wooden deck, sharing a kitchenette.
All tents have electricity and hot and cold water and Tents are serviced daily.
Every tent, be it a single, double or superior tent, has a refrigerator, tea/coffee making facilities,
a separate bathroom with a shower, basin and toilet (the superior tent also has a bath),
a wardrobe, a desk/dressing table with a chair, a fan and patio furniture.
Bedding and towels are supplied.
No swimming towels are supplied in the tents - please bring your own or hire swimming towels from reception.
Superior tent (called "The Salon") accommodates only two people and is ideal for honeymoon couples and other couples celebrating a special event.
The superior tent also has two loungers on the patio, a queen size bed and linen of the very best quality.
All the furniture in the superior tent is ivory, and the colour scheme is blue and ivory.
There is also a bath in the bathroom as well as a shower, basin and toilet.
The self-catering basket with crockery and cutlery, etc. to be used at the communal boma/ kitchen area.
Single tents accommodate four people in an open area.
Apart from the furniture that can be found in all of the tents, two 3/4 beds and one bunker bed are supplied in the standard tents.
A self-catering basket with crockery and cutlery, etc., to be used at the communal boma/ kitchen area.
Double tents are available for larger families or friends who want to stay close to each other.
The double tents are two single tents constructed together onto the wooden deck with a shared kitchenette between the two tents.
The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator, gas burners, kitchen utensils and two self-catering baskets with crockery and
cutlery etc. to be used at the boma.
Please note that no braais (barbeques) are allowed at the tents.
A boma (communal braai area) with thatched roof, kitchenette, electricity and a large braai area is available for braais and cooking.
The restaurant serves breakfast, light meals during the day and dinner, daily.