A large private island and luxury resort for those seeking adventure on land and water
Castaway Island combines the luxury of a world-class 5-star boutique hotel with the seclusion and natural beauty of a private Fijian island in the Mamanuca island group - which is where the eponymous Tom Hanks film was shot. Guests come to relax, explore, and forget about the outside world as they take in pictue postcard Pacific beaches, coral gardens teeming with life. With accommodations designed for both small and large groups, this is an ideal location for your next family holiday or romantic getaway.
Castaway Island is home to dozens of bungalows ranging in both size and levels of luxury, ensuring that there are options for different kinds of travelers. The bungalows are spread across the island and come with air-conditioning, ensuite bathrooms, offering the privacy of your own villa with all the amenities of a luxury hotel.,including four restaurants, a pool, and a tennis court.
Castaway Island is so pretty, you'll be tempted to while away the hours at the resort, relaxing by the pool, enjoying a massage, playing volleyball on the beach, or snorkeling the house reef. There are some excellent dive sites in close proximity. You can also rent kayaks and paddleboards.
As a founding member of the Mamanuca Environment Society, Castaway Island has made a clear commitment to environmental sustainability. The resort helps with environmental education, reef protection, waste management projects, and many other Fiji-based initiatives. Additionally, Castaway Island has begun using reverse osmosis to create over 100,000 liters of fresh water every day.
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