With comfortable sleeping quarters and generous shared spaces, Gindabara is the perfect place to unwind and connect with your extended family or a group of friends over several days.
Regard Gindabara as an easy and welcoming base. Once settled in you may sample the delights of the island, soak up the tranquility of the grounds, get active with table tennis, or spend time chatting, cooking, eating, or playing games inside.
Gindabara is self-catered (although if you need help with the food we can suggest someone). There are no bottle shops or grocery stores on the island. So the idea is... book a barge over and bring everything with you - except maybe the milk and ice.See you next time at Travel Guide