The Fiji Islands is an incredibly beautiful archipelago of over 322 islands, less than half of which are inhabited. The breathtaking panoramas that you come across in the Fiji Islands often have you pinching yourself in disbelief.
Because of its central Pacific location and the fusion of South Pacific island communities other ethnicities, Fiji is thought of as the center of the South Pacific. With the blend of people comes an interesting and delicious range of local cuisines from seafood and tropical fruits to European staples and invigorating Indian curries. The exotic diversity of cultures along with miles and miles of pristine beauty is what makes the Fiji Islands a unique South Pacific destination.
Castaway Island is a small reef fringed island just 30 km or 20 miles due west of Nadi International Airport (NAN). The resort accommodation and facilities occupies the western end of the 174-acre private island.
Getting to Castaway Island Resort
Getting to Castaway from Nadi is easy by boat, seaplane or helicopter.
Scheduled Boat Transfer
Two fast, air-conditioned catamarans operate 3 times daily. The vessels depart from Denarau Marina, which is a 30-minute drive from Nadi International Airport. Check-in time is thirty minutes prior to departure and the departure schedule is as follows:
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Water Taxi Service
Available 24 hours, 7 days a week, the reliable speedboat transfer service operates out of Denarau marina.
Helicopter transfers depart from Nadi International Airport and from other locations. Flight from Nadi International Airport or Denarau takes 12 minutes. Prices are based on a minimum two person and baggage allowance of 15kg per person.
Amphibious floatplanes depart Nadi International Airport and from other locations. Flight from Nadi International Airport to Castaway Island takes about 12 minutes.