Castaway Island, Fiji - Free Scuba Diving Package!

May 12, 2011

Scuba Dive Package - The Castaway Island Resort “Dive for Five” Deal

The package includes 5 nights accommodation and UNLIMITED** diving (our dive boat Sokia explores the seas three times a day) in some of the South Pacific’s most beautiful dive spots.

This incredible scuba dive dream package includes…

* Five (5) nights accommodation in an Island Bure at Castaway Island, Fiji on twin share basis
* Welcome wine cocktail on arrival
* Unlimited diving for the entire stay** (We have three dive trips a day that leave the island)
* Includes dive equipment rental for the duration of your stay
* Invitation to Wednesday evening poolside party including staff cultural ‘Meke’ performance
* Unlimited use of non motorised water sports equipment
* Unlimited use of snorkeling equipment
* Unlimited use of tennis court, balls and racquets (for when you’re all dived out)

This is a great deal that gives you beautiful Fiji island accommodation WITH UNLIMITED diving for the entire stay.

Perfect for scuba diving fanatics who need a long-long-long weekend away!

** denotes up to three (3) dives daily excluding night dives.

DIVE PACKAGE COST: Price is in USD$1599 per person twin share.(incl. Fiji taxes). Don’t miss the boat!!

Castaway Island, Fiji is an award-winning iconic private island escape embodying the heart and soul of the South Pacific. The island’s 174 acres are covered in rich tropical rainforest, surrounded by white sand beaches, vibrant coral reefs and azure waters.

Even though getting to Castaway from Fiji’s mainland is just a short trip by either seaplane, helicopter or boat, when you’re on the shores of our tropical island escape you feel a million miles away.

Offer will be valid to 31 March 2012

We Would Love To Assist You Plan Your Romantic Scuba Diving Adventure in Fiji!

Contact us at either 800 644-6659 or

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Duke Kahanamuku - A Hawaiian Hero

May 12, 2011

Duke Kahanamoku (born 1890) was a champion Olympic swimmer, the first person to be inducted into both the Surfing Hall of Fame and the Swimming Hall of Fame and “the father of modern surfing” — he was credited with bringing surfing to the mainland.

As one of the pioneering Waikiki Beach Boys, he taught Hawaii visitors how to surf and canoe at Waikiki Beach and became recognized as the “Hawaiian Ambassador of Aloha.” Duke’s Canoe Club, overlooking Waikiki Beach at the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach hotel is a great place to grab a bite and view memorabilia of Duke and the Waikiki Beach Boys. There is also a popular bronze statue of Duke, often adorned with flower leis, on the beach across from the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.

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