Guests booking and paying for a stay of five nights or more at the resort located on Castaway (Qalito) Island will automatically receive an Outrigger Resorts’ Pass to Happiness and all meals included.
The pass offers four different options, including a family pass for four, and three passes for couples: an aqua pass, an R&R pass and an adventure pass. Each pass is valued at up to US$209.
|Aerial view of Castaway Island|
The Aqua Pass offers two banana boat rides as well as hand line fishing, outer reef snorkeling and night snorkeling for two, while the R&R Pass includes a beach dinner for two and bottle of wine, a his-and-hers Lailai massage and a tropical manicure-pedicure or head and shoulder kneading. Finally, the Adventure Pass include a village tour, dolphin safari and sunset kayak excursion. Each of those activities is for two people.
Complimentary meals include a full hot and cold buffet breakfast at the Water’s Edge Restaurant or á la carte selections at the Nuku Marau Bar & Grill. For lunch, guests can choose á la carte offerings at either Water’s Edge or Nuku Marau, or choose betwee a buffet or wood-fired pizza in the Sundowner Bar. Dinner choices include a family buffet or á la carte choices at Water’s Edge. Adults can also opt for a wood-fired pizza or Asian-Fijian á la carte choices in the adults-only 1808 Restaurant. The 1808 Restaurant is subject to seasonal availability.
Five-night minimum stays must be purchased before Oct. 31 and the stays must be between Oct. 13 and Dec. 22, or between Jan. 24 and March 27, 2016. More information is available at http://castawayfiji.com/pass-to-happiness/
After arriving at NAN, travelers can take a float plane or helicopter directly to the island. Other options include catamarans and private water taxis that depart from Denarau Marina, approximately 11 kilometers from the airport.
For travelers who enjoy tropical getaways, sun, the ocean, beaching and just chilling out, this could be the perfect getaway.
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