Do you ever dream of spending a Luxury Escape in pristine beaches while enjoying the sun? Fiji has over three hundred islands for you to choose from if you wish to spend time swimming or sun bathing.

Among its many islands, a hundred of them are inhabited of which the Castaway Island is by far one of the most magical ones ever to be found.

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Things you should know about Fiji

Fiji has two Viti Levu and Vanua Levu as its two major islands where more than eighty percent of its population can be found. The capital of the country is Suva which is on Viti Levu.

It is also the country’s primary cruise port. Most of the residents live on the coasts of the island such as in Suva, Nadi, or Lautoka. Due to the terrain of the island, the interiors are not as inhabited.

Tourism is significant for the economy of Fiji. Some of its popular regions include Mamanuca Islands, Denarau Island, the Coral Coast, and Nadi. Most of the tourists come from the United States, New Zealand, and Australia. One of the common tourist activities includes scuba diving to see the soft coral reefs.

The main attractions in the country are largely its paradise-like islands and white, sandy beaches. The tropical weather can be expected all year round.

Generally, Fiji as a vacation or holiday destination is priced in the mid-range. But anyone who wants to have a luxurious time in the islands can choose among the different world-class, five star hotels and resorts. In more remote areas, there are budget resorts which travelers can go to as well. 

Castaway Island Fiji: A Real Luxury

Fiji Castaway Island is an award-winning resort and also a private island escape which embodies the South Pacific’s heart and soul.

Visitors can enjoy the 174 acres of rich tropical rainforest in the island. In its surroundings are azure waters, lush coral reefs, and white sand beaches.

Castaway Island is just a short trip by boat, helicopter, or seaplane.

However, when you’re already on the island, you will feel like you are so far from the busy city life and you have the island for yourself. You will experience a surreal tranquility and solitude that you’d want to experience again and again.

For over half a century, this four-star resort was able to maintain its pristine natural surroundings. Within the island are the services and facilities that will make sure that your stay will be relaxing, memorable, and comfortable.

Guests can enjoy traditional Fiji accommodation, food, cultural activities, as well as island adventures.

Castaway Island has sixty-six bures or bungalows for the guests to stay in. They are traditional Fijian styled structures with thatched roofs and are nested within the tropical gardens.

Some are also found just at the water’s edge. Its interiors are made of local timber and rattan. It also has hand-painted ‘Tapa’ cloth. Each of the bure have a unique design for its Tapa cloths. Bures are fan cooled as well as air conditioned. Guests will have a relaxing time inside the bures.

Not convinced? Check out this video and tell me what you think my friend!

How to get to Castaway Island

It is both easy and fun to get to Castaway Island. You can take the helicopter, seaplane, water taxi, or boat. You can get to Castaway Island with the South Sea Cruises. It can accommodate 150 passengers.

Guests have to check-in half an hour before departure. Cruising time can take about an hour and a half. There are also amphibious floatplanes coming from Nadi International Airport.

It will only take you ten minutes to get to the Castaway Island. Lastly, helicopters are also an option. They also come from Nadi International airport. It also takes a mere ten minutes to get to the island paradise.

Easy as pie, right? What you’re waiting for? Book your luxury escape to Castaway Island today!!!

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6 Responses

  1. Megan

    Fiji is such an easy getaway from Australia, and Castaway Island Resort sounds great! Thanks for the link to Luxury Escapes!

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  2. Christine

    This looks heavenly! We’ve been dying to get to Fiji. This looks like a great spot!

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