A Real Life Nirvana Is Placed On Turtle Island In Fiji

TravelandLeisurePublished: March 13, 2018
Published: March 13, 2018

Turtle Island, located in the center of Fiji’s Yasawa archipelago, has become known as one of the country’s most exclusive retreats for honeymooners. There are only 14 villas on the island, which is a max occupancy of 28 people.

This private island in Fiji can open its door to only 14 couples at the same time.
Nothing can ruin a honeymoon like other people. Luckily, there are private islands. Turtle island, located in the center of Fiji’s Yasawa archipelago, has become known as one of the country’s most exclusive retreats for honeymooners. There are only fourteen villas on the island, rented out to couples, meaning only a maximum of 28 guests across the 500 acres. Each villa has a unique design and beachfront location, complete with hot tub, outdoor shower and a bed in the sun. The luxury all-inclusive resort includes all meals and drinks, as well as several other treats.

The waters of Fiji brag with 5 of the 7 living species of sea turtles and with one of the most archetypal tropical island locations for the making of the cult Colombia Pictures release “The Blue Lagoon”. The movie drew the world's attention to Turtle Island, one of Fiji's first luxury resorts, whose opening was rushed by the filming. After the film's premiere, stars flocked there to experience the real-life nirvana. The place is still affordable only for the rich and the famous.
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