4048 Laurel Street, Ste 202
Anchorage, Alaska 99508
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We'll wind things down like we did on the trip, in style. Matangi -  the resort (and the Island) -  was our final destination. What can I say, it was awesome.  A private island surrounded by reefs, a modern dwelling that looked old and authentic yet included an outdoor shower (with a turtle motif in the tiles if the floor), gorgeous woodworking, sandy beaches, palm trees, our own hammock, and 2 lounge chairs. Not that we used the hammock or lounge chair items much, we were too busy. The place had a very laid back feel to it and in fact the majority of people there did just lay back. I think they were a little taken back but our enthusiasm to do things. In fact one stormy day we showed up for the snorkeling. I think they thought we were nuts. We might have been too. We even questioned if we wanted to go. They cancelled it anyway because it was just nasty out.

On our boat ride out to the island.

Tranquility - Matangi Beach and Palms

Our Outdoor shower

Our Beachfront Bure

Up early for Sunrise - and it was worth it : )

A few hours later looking down the beach in the opposite direction.

One of our activities was a hike to see “Horseshoe Bay”. Listed somewhere as one of the “1000 places to see before you die” it was quite impressive. Some of the snorkeling we did was at the mouth of the bay though we never did go into the bay itself.

A view of the reefs and water as we hiked up and over Matangi.

A view of "Horseshoe Bay"

The Bar and main eating area. We had all our meals in this area.

They were using this small Diesel Tractor to haul the shipments of food and other supplies.




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