Indulge your escapist fantasies while enjoying a socially responsible getaway.
Although Turtle Island is a haven for romantics, not to mention the site for the film, “Blue Lagoon,” this private island resort has more going for it than just fourteen of its very own dazzling white sand beaches. A sustainable tourism program includes tree planting, a medical clinic, secondary school education for local children and a four-acre hydroponic organic vegetable garden for guests and island residents. But being socially responsible doesn’t mean having to give up luxury. With just fourteen bures (cottages), this resort offers exclusivity --- you can even reserve your own beach for the day. Different in design and layout, each thatch-roofed accommodation features Fijian craftsmanship. Couples will appreciate offerings such as picnics for two, seaside moonlit dinners and horseback riding at dawn, but activities aren’t just isolated to those for lovebirds. All-inclusive stays mean that you can sail, snorkel, scuba dive, sea kayak and hike canopied jungle trails to your heart’s content.