Want to discover Castaway Island Fiji? Find out here all about this beautiful tropical island in the Mamanucas known for it's wonderful resort.
The Castaway Island Fiji contents:
Castaway Island, Fiji
Qalito, otherwise known as Castaway Island, is an inhabited reef-fringed island in the Mamanuca group. The 70-hectare (174 acres) island is primarily renown for it's excellent private 4-star resort situated on the west side. The island is situated 20km from Nadi International Airport.
The resort, which covers around 1/8th of the island, was the first resort in the Mamanucas. Before that, there were most likely just villages. The island consists of lush tropical rainforest, white sand beaches, coral reefs, and azure waters.
And the things-to-do are done through the resort:
Resort side of Castaway Island, Fiji
Accommodation is available with the sole resort on the island, Castaway Resort Fiji. It offers 66 individual bures of various sizes situated in a lush tropical setting, with ocean views, and beachfront.
A beach bure on Castaway Island, Fiji
There are two options here both taking around 10 minutes. One is by seaplane with Pacific Island Seaplanes and the other is by helicopter with Island Hoppers. Seeing Fiji, especially the Mamanucas, from the air is quite something.
Again you have two options. One with South Sea Cruises, which takes around 90 minutes, on one of it's 150-seat split deck catamarans with thrice daily trips to and from Denarau Marina. The other is your own personal water taxi with Mamanuca Express.
All transfer details are found on our Transport in Fiji section.
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