Privacy comes as standard on this petite private island hideaway; perfect for smaller groups and celebrations
Welcome to Calala Island, a luxury, private Island resort nestled in an undiscovered part of the Caribbean, just off the coast of Nicaragua. With ample space for up to ten discerning guests, the island is the perfect hideaway for all adventurers who like to travel off the beaten track.
Calala Island is an unspoiled paradise located along the only part of the Caribbean yet to be discovered by mass tourism: The NiCarribean.
The island is situated just off the coast of Bluefield (approximately 90 minutes by boat), which is a short 50-minute flight away from Managua International Airport.
Calala Island is home to four beautifully appointed beachfront suites, all of which offer breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea. Alternatively, if sharing is out of the question, Calala Island can also be rented on an exclusive island charter basis for up to ten island adventurers.
Nighly rates start from £700 + taxes based on two sharing the Junior Suite or £4500 + taxes for exclusive use of the island. Rates include all meals and snacks, most beverages, boat/airplane transfers from Managua and an array of exciting water sports activities. A minimum stay of 3 nights applies.
Home to just four beautifully-appointed beachfront villas, this chic Caribbean island is the perfect private hideaway. The four suites are perfectly positioned along Calala’s pristine beaches, guaranteeing perfect privacy and extraordinary ocean views.
Designed by leading architect Matthew Falkiner, each of the Calala’s four accommodation units are perfectly in harmony with the island’s natural surroundings. Adorned with decor and furniture handcrafted exclusively by Nicaraguan woodworkers and furniture makers, Calala Island is without a doubt the Caribbean’s most authentic island retreat.
Executive Chef Tom Morrell proudly presents an innovative fusion of fine dining and the fabulous flavours of the Caribbean. The seven-course tasting menu – featuring Creole cooking as it’s never been seen before – is certainly not to be missed.
As well as boasting an exhilarating array of water sports (fishing, snorkeling and more), the island affords guests with a unique opportunity to commandeer a desert island: Little Calala Island. Located just a 5 minute paddle across from Calala itself and a million miles from reality, the islet is yours to enjoy as you wish.
How to Get There
International guests are advised to fly into Aeropuerto Internacional Augusto César Sandino in Managua. From here, guests can take a thrice-daily, 50-minute commercial connection to Bluefields (flight transfer included in rental price), where they will be met by a representative of the island and taken to the nearby harbour. A 90-minute scenic boat is all that separates you from your final destination.
Helicopter transfers are also possible. Please contact a member of the Travel Team for further details.
Best Time to Travel
If lying out in the sun is your number one priority, then you’ll probably want to visit Nicaragua during its summer season (December – April). As well as being the ideal time to enjoy outdoor activities and wildlife sighting, travelers will also benefit from fewer mosquitos and clearer water for snorkeling and fishing.
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