Calala Island   Caribbean, Private Islands
4
Bedrooms
4.0
Bathrooms
8
Sleeps
 
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Description

Calala Island is simply breathtaking - one of the best private islands you can have the privilege of enjoying. No amount of words can explain the beauty of the island and the surrounding. The nearest international airport is in Managua. An internal flight to Bluefields (50 minutes) and a scenic boat ride are highly recommended when getting to this island. Helicopter transfers are also possible. Once you have arrived, you can enjoy virtually 360 degrees of pristine beach surrounds the 11-acre Island.

An entire private island just for you and your guests. With a discreet and dedicated team of over 25 staff to look after your every wish, Calala Island can accommodate up to 8 adults across 4 beachfront suites. The beautifully appointed and private beachfront suites make the perfect setting for you to enjoy our petite piece of unspoiled paradise. Lying directly alongside the beach, each suite perfectly marries you with your surroundings. Complete privacy is standard. Each beachfront suite has its own private veranda and secluded beachfront palapa.

The Caribbean and fine dining is rarely a match to be seen. The executive chef with a wealth of experience having worked in some of the top Michelin starred restaurants of Europe and is constantly pushing the boundaries to deliver sensational dining experiences. Whether you are the adventure-seeking type, the chill-out type, or the party-loving type, this private island can cater to the preferences and needs of the guests. Enjoy the utmost privacy as the island can be created a no-fly zone. In Calala Island, anything is truly possible.


Features

    • Exterior
    • Loungers
    • Pool Outdoor
      • Location
      • Beach Front
      • Water Front
      • Water View

Caribbean

The Caribbean is a region of the Americas that consists of the Caribbean Sea, its islands and the surrounding coasts. The region is southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and the North American mainland, east of Central America, and north of South America.