The name of the resort is inspired by the numerous spectacular boulders covering the island. As one of the furthest islands west in the archipelago, the island has a unique climate and exceptional water clarity. The edge of the island is lined with sandy beaches, rocks and large boulders. Eagle Rock viewpoint (refer to our map) is the highest reachable point on the island. The eastern side of the island comprises a series of valleys of mixed vegetation, ending in large boulders and cliffs. This rugged terrain provides nesting areas for the White-bellied Sea Eagle and Brahminy Kite, both which are widely seen across the island.
The eco-resort features a total of 20 bungalows, each built entirely from renewable materials. Great attention has been paid to blend the resort’s buildings with the surrounding environment and tree cutting is kept to an absolute bare minimum. In fact, when viewed from the sea, no buildings are even visible on the island.