Sitting on the edge of mountainous Kri Island the dive resort is shaded by palm trees that run along a long fine white sand beach. Wild birds awaken guests each morning at sunrise and a jetty built over the large shallow lagoon in front of the eco-resort leads to the overwater bungalows.
Charmingly rustic, the lodge more than makes up for its lack of ammenities with its unbelievable location and diving.
Meals and drinks are served in the Lodge restaurant, a large over-water dining area with long tables, sheltered by a traditional palm thatched roof, which always offers a nice, fresh breeze. In the kitchen, coffee, tea and flavored drinks are always available for our guests.
Kri Eco Resort currently has 6 over-water guest bungalows. Most of the buildings contain two rooms and at least one sitting area. Rooms are divided by partitions with doors and window coverings that can be closed for privacy. Each room has a mattress, pillow and mosquito net for bedding. Furnishings are hand-made benches or lounge chairs and tables where guests can relax, work on camera gear, talk and read.
One small over-water bungalow, located just a bit further down the beach for more privacy, contains only one room.