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Paradise and luxury if you can handle the boat transfer
Idyllic Destination
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A picture perfect island
Idyllic Destination
Paradise and luxury if you can handle the boat transfer
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Matthew B wrote a review Mar 2017
Plymouth, United Kingdom10 contributions7 helpful votes
+6
Calala Island only opened as a tourist resort in February 2017 and my partner and I stayed in the first week of March, meaning we were one of the first visitors. The island is beyond beautiful, set in the Pearl Keys, part of the Caribbean Sea, yet only 5 miles of the
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Date of stay: March 2017
Response from Calala_Island, General Manager at Calala Island
Responded Mar 17, 2017
Thank you very much for your feedback and I am so glad to hear you enjoyed your time on Calala Island. I did want to take a minute to address your concerns regarding the transfer. The boat transfer, which is included in the rate, is a traditional Nicaraguan method of transport and is the most appropriate vessel to take you through the scenic rivers and mangroves, whilst also being able to navigate the journey onwards through the Caribbean Sea onto the Island. We do, for guests that prefer not to take to water, have the option of a helicopter direct from Managua onto the Island, available at an additional cost. Once again, it was a real pleasure to serve you and we look forward to welcoming you back one day. Sarah General Manager Calala Island, NiCaribbean
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