Calala Private Island Resort – NiCaribbean, Nicaragua is the ultimate Nicaraguan escape.

This luxurious private island resort is situated in the undiscovered Caribbean waters off Nicaragua, also known as the NiCaribbean.

Here you’re invited to experience the coming together of unspoilt paradise and barefoot luxury.

Calala Island caters to just four suites in total: With a team of 25 Calala-lalas (also known in some parts of the world as “staff”) for a maximum of 10 guests, the goal is to ensure your every desire is met, seamlessly.

And if you’d prefer to have the island all to yourself, that can be arranged!

ACCOMMODATION

Designed by leading architect, Matthew Falkiner, each suite was carefully created with you in mind.

Lying directly along the beach and using the finest handcrafted furniture from Nicaragua, each suite perfectly marries you with your surroundings.

With only 4 suites on the entire Island, complete privacy comes as standard.

As does waking up to the birds tweeting.

And a sunset that must be seen to be believed.

You’ll have then the following options:

Book The Island

When sharing just isn’t an option!

Yes, you can book the entire Island just for you (and your lucky guests, of course!).

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Rates are on a luxury all-inclusive basis, to include all meals and snacks, beverages (excluding champagne and some fine wines), water sports, fishing, snorkelling and much more.

Book A Suite

Sharing the Island with a maximum of 8 other guests, the 4 beautifully appointed beachfront suites make the perfect setting for you to enjoy this little piece of unspoilt paradise.

Each unique suite includes a private veranda with an uninterrupted view of the Caribbean Ocean – the perfect space for your daily delivered breakfast – and secluded oceanfront palapas.

Suites feature a king bed, handcrafted Nicaraguan wood furniture, oversized hammocks, and a semi-outdoor rain shower. Suites are slightly raised to not disturb the endangered Hawksbill sea turtle, and are designed for cross ventilation with ceiling fans to create breezy spaces.

Rates are on a luxury all-inclusive basis, to include all meals and snacks, beverages (excluding champagne and some fine wines), water sports, fishing, snorkelling and much more.

Here the Suite Options:

Junior Suites All-Inclusive – Luxury, beachfront suite, with private verandah and personal, secluded beach terrace. Ultra All-Inclusive, to include all meals, snacks and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).

Internal transfers included (from Managua International airport).

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Master Suite All-Inclusive – Luxury, beachfront Master suite, with private verandah and personal, secluded beach terrace. Ultra All-Inclusive, to include all meals, snacks and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).

Internal transfers included (from Managua International airport).

DINING

The Caribbean and fine dining is rarely a match to be seen, but at Calala Island they take their food seriously.

Executive Chef, Tom Morrell, comes with a wealth of experience having worked for some of the top Michelin starred restaurants in the UK and Europe, he is constantly showcasing his “elaboration of simplicity” and pushing the boundaries of what the wonderfully fresh local produce has to offer.

All meals, snacks, and drinks (and most alcoholic drinks) included in your all-inclusive rate are served from multiple locations on the island.

ACTIVITIES

Little Calala Island

Yours to enjoy as you wish.

Just a few hundred meters, or a 5 minute paddle across, lies Little Calala Island. With just one umbrella on this tiny islet, it really can be just you. Explore the shipwreck on its shore and snorkel around the reefs, or let us send you off with a picnic for you to wither away the afternoon  a million miles from reality.

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Snorkeling and Water Sports

Guests can enjoy incredible snorkeling opportunities and the use of non-motorized water sports.

A beach barbecue night and an eight-course tasting produced by the Executive Chef occur on a weekly basis.

WELLNESS & SPA

The tranquil Calala spa is hidden away in the mangroves, perfect for relaxation and seclusion. At least a dozen types of massage treatments can be arranged from the spa.

GETTING TO CALALA ISLAND

The closest international airport is Managua.

There are two options to get to the Island from there;

1 – (Included in your rate).

Internal flight from Managua to Bluefields from where you will take a traditional Nicaraguan boat ride through the lagoon and mangroves and out onto the sea straight to the dock at Calala Island. Approximate internal flight time is 50 minutes followed by a scenic 90 minute boat ride.

2 – Helicopter from Managua international airport direct to Calala Island.

Flight time is 85 minutes.


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