Laucala Island Resort Takes You to 20,000 Leagues

Kokomo Island Fiji
Kokomo Island Fiji

Laucala Island, the private island resort in the Fijian Pacific, is about to take you on a journey to unleash your inner Jules Verne. We hear the resort has just acquired a DeepFlight Super Falcon submarine, which will be delivered to Laucala Island Resort in September and available for guest use starting November 1.

The facts: For an additional activity fee of $1,700 per two-hour voyage (not bad for a once-in-a-lifetime journey, we say), hotel guests can go deep under the water's surface for 360-degree views of coral reef, fish, sharks and more. 

And if underwater exploration isn't your thing, you can still find something to do on the 3,200 acres of land (think coconut plantations, beaches, mountains and more). There are 25 villas at the resort and it is 85 percent self-sustainable.

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For more information visit www.laucala.com.

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