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What our guests are saying...

"Had such a relaxing time 3 nights at Ohana's with my partner. Would of loved to stay longer! Peaceful island vibes, amazing staff who were willing to go above and beyond for us."
TripAdvisor - Resort & beach club guest - Paris J from Australia
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We were extremely happy to be able to help create awareness about the incredible coral restoration projects that are going on in the local region. Through our networks, our Managing Director has been able to put journalists in contact with local marine biologist's to create global awareness around this important issue. An excerpt from the Al Jazeera article: [But for Mitchell Ansiewicz, owner of Ohana’s beach resort, and other residents of the Penida Archipelago, any coral regeneration is a good thing.

“The condition of the coral surrounding these islands affects nearly everyone, from local seaweed farmers, to dive operators, to the fisherman, surfers and landowners who get natural protection from the reefs,” Ansiewicz said. “Anything that can be done to make more of it is a plus.”] Read more about this great work at a recently published article in Al Jazeera


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