We took a relaxing five day break at this beautiful beach and we are so glad we came because it’s still unspoiled by mass tourism. The beach itself is long, wide, and clean with nice clear water that was the perfect temperature.
The beach was quiet and there weren’t really any beach vendors, the only sellers were local ladies offering fresh fruit. They had everything in a basket on their heads and they would sing an advertisement of the fruit they had; “Mingalarbar (hello), watermelon, papaya, mango, banana, pineapple, honeymelon, pomelo”.
We stayed at a really nice beach resort, the service was fantastic and the resort itself was beautiful. They served an awesome breakfast buffet everyday on the large deck overlooking the beach. The staff at this hotel just couldn’t do enough for us and they made sure we were enjoying it.
We didn’t do much here aside from lying under a palapa, swimming, and reading our books. It felt really good to do nothing (I did manage to get a yoga practice in though and a couple of beach walks).
We would highly recommend a visit to Ngapali Beach, it’s a little piece of paradise.
Where we stayed: Thande Beach Hotel
Written by: Tammy Hermann…Live~Love~Travel