Escape to a Private Island in the Caribbean
Calala Island is a luxury, private island resort hidden in the undiscovered part of the Caribbean, lying just off the coast of Nicaragua. Recently dubbed “The Caribbean’s New Frontier” by Luxury Travel Magazine, and having recently opened this year, Calala Island is poised to win numerous accolades from around the world.
The private, 10-acre island paradise boasts accommodations in luxury beachfront suites where total privacy comes as standard.
Included in your seven-night stay (where there is a maximum of 10 other guests on the whole island!) you will have the island’s award-winning and Michelin-trained Executive Chef spoiling you with an array of delicacies including freshly caught local lobsters. Your ultra-all-inclusive stay includes all meals and features the island’s 7-course signature tasting menu, beach party BBQ night and all alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails during your stay (excluding Champagne).
This experience includes:
- 7-night, all-inclusive stay for 2 in a private, luxury beachfront Junior Suite on Calala Island
- 3 daily meals prepared by Michelin-trained Executive Chef
- 1 seven-course signature tasting menu and 1 beach party BBQ night during your stay
- All alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails during your stay (excludes Champagne)
- Scuba diving, swimming with the famous Hawksbill Turtles, fishing, and boats
- Internal flights from Managua International Airport and boat transfers
Please note: You must book your experience a minimum of 60 days before the date you travel.
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