From above, the Yemanja Resort near the Macaroni Beach on Mustique island, looks absolutely spectacular. Perched on a hill and surrounded by lush green trees, this place seems sprung out of a fairytale.
Yemanjá stands for the Brazilian “Goddess of the Sea” and it is no wonder this exotic place of retreat is given a mystical name. Yemanja Resort is composed of a main villa, a three-bedroom cottage and bunk houses for children. However, the focal point of the entire picturesque retreat is the palapa, with its circular structure and giant vaulted thatch roof, ensuring amazing views in all directions. Brazilian, Mexican and African design touches make the accommodation units diverse and inviting.
Some of the facilities of the resort include three swimming pools built with natural stone, easy beach access to Lime Kiln Bay, four large Kawasaki Mules included for guest use and laptops in the guest houses. Hiking, sailing and golfing are just a few of the outdoor activities you can embark on during your visit. For more information and rates, check out the official website of the resort here.