Turtle Island is a 500-acre private island resort, a part of the Yasawa group in the Republic of Fiji. Your vacation here can be as active or as relaxing as you want it to be. Activities include scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding, hiking, sea kayaking, private beach picnic, and, of course, "hammocking" (sleeping in a hammock and dreaming of where to have your dinner). The all-inclusive price plan means that all meals and activities are included. Upon arrival, every couple is assigned a dedicated "bure" manager who does everything possible to make your vacation as wonderful as it can be.
The fourteen bures are all spacious and decorated with handcrafted furniture and fittings. The bures are far enough from each other so that you will feel as though you are at your own private island. There is a refrigerator and a bar in the sitting room, always stocked with your favorite drinks. The Grand bures are perfect for honeymooners and feature king-size four poster beds, a Jacuzzi, an outdoor shower, and a verandah with a queen-size day bad.
Guests can indulge in a champagne breakfast on the beach, gourmet picnics, or a dine-out where you can choose to dine in a unique location such as a mountaintop, the end of the dock, or the middle of the lagoon. To complement its fine cuisine, the restaurant has one of the most comprehensive wine lists in the South Pacific with wines from France, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S., South Africa, and Italy. Fly to Nadi International Airport. From there, transfer to a seaplane for a 30 minute flight to Turtle Island. There is a total weight allowance of 33 lb. per person on the seaplane (+61-3-9823 8300, 800-255-4347, website).
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