Le Meridien consists of 100 individual guest bungalows, about 60 of which are overwater and the rest are beachfront.
Here is the resort as seen from the main lagoon.
|The main entrance to the resort.
||The other side of the main building where the restaurants open onto an arm of the lagoon.
While it would have been fine to simply sit by the lagoon and soak up the sun, we ended up enjoying a lot of other activities while we were there.
- On the first full day (Tuesday) we took an island tour just to get oriented.
- On Wednesday we went to the
- On Thursday we took a helicopter tour of the island.
- Friday we did a catamaran trip which included snorkeling and a sunset sail.
- Saturday we took one of the resorts outrigger canoes for a short paddle around the lagoon.
Finally, here are more miscellaneous pictures from the Le Meridien resort.
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