Bungalow Kahoui

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Description

The kato’ui is the wuayuunaiki word for the bag used by the natives to carry essential goods. This distinctive accessory is symbolic of what one should carry or leave behind in life.

On a first floor and with a privileged location from which to enjoy the magnificent sunsets that color our region, the Kato’ui bungalow is perfect for four guests. It is furnished with a king bed and two single beds with mosquito nets, two ceiling fans, safety box, mini bar, private bathroom half open to the outdoors to allow for a close-to-nature experience.

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