On a secluded island accessible only by boat, Castaway Island Resort is a laid-back, upscale, beachfront resort is off the coast from Malalo Barrier Reef, and about 8 km from Fiji island.
Posh, thatched-roof bungalows offer verandas, separate sitting areas and tea and coffeemakers, as well as minibars. TVs are not available, but there is room service. Upgraded bungalows are beachfront, and/or sleep up to 10 people.
There are 4 restaurants, including 2 with bars, and there’s an outdoor pool and a kids’ pool. Activities include beach volleyball, non-motorized water sports and tennis. Fees apply to motorized boating, fishing and massages.
The resort offers traditionally inspired individual bure accommodation with stylish and spacious interiors. Sixty six spacious ‘bures’ (bungalows) featuring traditional Fijian style thatched roofs are nestled amongst lush tropical gardens or at the water’s edge.
Stylish interiors using natural rattan and local timber furnishings, feature high vaulted ceilings lined with hand painted ‘Tapa’ cloth – each one a unique and individual design. All bures are air conditioned as well as fan cooled.
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Categories: Dive, Hotel, Mamanuca-Yasawa